Travel and the Art of Nonconformity

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I was reclining in my favorite chair this morning, and enjoying a cup of black Assam with just the right amount of honey and sugar and a pipe of my favorite morning blend from Margate, dreaming of drinking really fine bourbon on a trans-continental train trip, when I recalled a website I read from time to time called The Art of Nonconformity: Unconventional Strategies for Life, Work, and Travel.  All three of those are useful things to approach unconventionally when one is interested in an affordable life of leisure, but his articles on "travel hacking" are interesting and outstanding.

His latest article on this subject includes some funny anecdotes, odd tricks for accruing frequent flier miles, and information on various travel hacking projects he's had in the past.  This got me to thinking about any travel anecdotes I might be able to share, and I couldn't come up with any.  I remember times when I've had issues bringing flasks through security and all of the times the TSA guys have had a problem with my pipe tool, but terribly interesting.

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