Sampson California Realty to host special event on ‘How To Travel The World For Less Than The Cost of Living at Home’

Do you want to travel the world, but are afraid you don’t have enough money?  Are you nervous about the unknowns of traveling?  Sampson California Realty will be hosting a free special event and book signing on “Plan Your Escape: How To Travel the World For Less Than the Cost of Living at Home” on Thursday, May 31, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Sampson California Realty office at 12702 Via Cortina, Suite 101 in Del Mar. Wayne and Pat Dunlap, a Del Mar couple, rented their home and traveled the world for two years, visiting 51 countries.  As a result of their travels, they wrote a book called “Plan Your Escape: Secrets of Traveling the World for Less Than the Cost of Living at Home.”  This step-by-step guide to traveling the world “gets people exploring possibilities they never thought of,” said Wayne Dunlap.

During this fabulous evening, you will learn how to safely realize and afford your travel dreams for trips from a weekend getaway to a month or more.  Wayne Dunlap, a former economics professor and experienced world traveler and his travel partner and wife, Pat Dunlap, will discuss powerful cost-saving tips, including proven secrets the travel industry does not want you to know.  Learn how to get the best deals on airfare, hotels, tours, car rentals, restaurants, cruises and more.

To register for this event, contact SCR at 858-699-1145 or via email at info@scr-sandiego.com. For more information on Sampson California Reality, visit www.scr-sandiego.com

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Posted by Lorine Wright on May 17, 2012. Filed under Homes, Real Estate Trends. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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