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Airbnb experiences in Colombia – the problems

This is part two of my two part series on my  Airbnb experience in Colombia. Part 1 – Airbnb in Colombia: the really good Part 2 – Airbnb in Colombia: the problems (this post) I already wrote about all the good things that happened with my Airbnb rentals in Colombia. Now I’m going to talk about […]

Airbnb Experiences in Colombia – the good stuff

I was going to write up a single post summing up my experiences in Colombia with Airbnb, but it got quite long. So I’m turning it into a two part series. Seriously, there’s that much to say. Here’s what I’m going to cover: Part 1 – Airbnb in Colombia – the good stuff (this post) Part […]

Peer-to-Peer Rental Lodging Metasearch Fails

I wrote a comparison of peer-to-peer lodging sites recently, proclaiming that I didn’t see a reason NOT to use them. Why limit yourself to just one site when you could simultaneously search across more listings? Well I put this theory to the test recently for my trip to Colombia. I did a search on AirBnb for […]

Peer to Peer Rental Lodging Metasearch

Metasearch tools allow you to see search results from multiple websites all in one convenient user interface. These search engines are popular in many aspects of travel; think Expedia, Kayak, Booking.com and other similar sites. And in sharing economy travel metasearch is a growing area. In this post I want to talk about rental lodging […]

How to Save $360+ on Lodging in Tucson (or anywhere else)

I have to be in Tucson for a week in June for a family wedding. I know, it’s Arizona. No one goes to Arizona for a vacation in the summer. Let’s just put that aside for a minute: there will be aircon and swimming pools and we’ll make the best of it and have fun […]

Cheap Resort Certificate Deal (aka I’m not a Resort Person)

Almost exactly a year ago I read about a deal to buy a certificate that could be redeemed for a seven night stay at a bunch of resort condos around the world for $250. The offer was through Resort Vacation Certificates, a Wyndham network. That’s essentially $36 per night for a condo that sleeps between 2 and 6 people (depending on […]

Look After Me Homestay: New Zealand Hospitality Formalized

New Zealand conjures a few images in my mind: the hobbit, people doing insane adrenaline sports, and hospitality. This last one comes from the many stories I’ve heard about how incredibly nice and hospitable Kiwis are to strangers traveling in their country. I’d love to visit New Zealand but I wonder if I would be […]

SleepOut: The AirBnb of Africa

When I’m looking for travel lodging options and can’t find a home exchange, I often turn to peer to peer rental lodging. This is one of the most well known aspects of sharing economy lodging as most people have heard of AirBnb. But there are many other similar websites, some for specific markets or regions, and even […]

Homestay Makes you Young and Happy

OK so it’s definitely not causal, at least not the young part. But recent statistics about users of this sharing economy travel lodging service tell us something about who is participating in hosted stays (hint, they are young and mostly very happy with the experience). Homestay is one of many peer to peer rental lodging […]

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