A British Man, Paul Smith, has decided to travel around the world with only Twitter as his walking stick. He hopes to use Twitter to help him find accommodation and travel offers from people who are part of this social network. Apparently there are three rules to this project. The first rule is to only accept offers from Twitter users. The second rule is to ban himself from making travel plans more than three days in advance. And lastly, he must leave each locations within 48 hours of arrival.
He aims to travel from Campbell Island to Stewart Island in New Zealand, by passing Netherlands, France, Germany and the United States within 30 days.
Let’s wish him luck.
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