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How long and how far have you gone without a visa?

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I'm not talking about illegal traveling but I am saying I'm not going through the hassle of a visa. I was in Europe for 6 months before on a student Visa but now my boyfriend and I are going without one. I know you can stay in the Shengen region for 90 consecutive days and then need to leave for 90 and then come back. We are planning on going to the UK in the in between time.

We are looking at doing WOOF or work away to do hostel or farm jobs to keep us livin and traveling as long as possible.

What are your tips/expereinces/advice to keep us going and legal, and not going completely broke? Also, were any of you able to find pick up paid work as you went?

K & J

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