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If you miss traveling enough to watch other people talk about traveling, this nearly 1-hour long chat I had with Every Passport Stamp‘s Stefan Krasowski might be interesting to you. We talked about my own quest to visit every country in the world—and many other travel experiences.

Speaking of videos, we’ll be answering all your questions about travel rewards & points next week, with the time and link to be sent tomorrow exclusively to subscribers of our free special travel rewards newsletter.

So join now, since this forced travel break is really the best time to learn about how you can earn free travel thanks to points like we do… and be ready for whenever you want to travel again.

And don’t hesitate to tell us if you like watching videos about travel as much as reading posts, as Flytrippers is considering doing a lot more videos ourselves (and not just because I had a blast on this one with Stefan).


A bit of context about this video

I do have to mention that Stefan is one of the travelers I have looked up to since we started Flytrippers.


He has been to every single one of the 193 UN-recognized countries. That is incredible and something I dream of achieving some day.

By the way, travel rewards points obviously helped him reach this goal, and I’ve seen Stefan at just about every one of the many travel rewards conferences I attended in the US in the past few years (and even some general travel conferences).

In addition to running his own blog Rapid Travel Chai, Stefan is also involved with the Travelers’ Century Club®, an organization for serious travelers who’ve been to over 100 countries and territories.

In fact, during the travel rewards conference I was attending in Washington DC last March when the pandemic broke out, Stefan had invited me to briefly speak at the Travelers’ Century Club breakfast he organized and I got to meet amazing people from all over the world, including the president of the organization, who is a fellow Canadian.

Anyway… I’m getting carried away. I’ll tell you more about Travelers’ Century Club and Every Passport Stamp soon in a separate article.

For now, just know that Stefan is currently hosting a Video Q&A series for Every Passport Stamp to talk about travel, and I was glad to be invited while I was in Turkey a few weeks ago.

So here is the video:


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I don’t watch many videos myself, but travel is the only topic I enjoy enough to do so. Hopefully some of you enjoy traveling virtually through this talk while you aren’t in a position to travel yourself.

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Andrew D'Amours

Andrew is the co-founder of Flytrippers. He is passionate about traveling the world but also, as a former management consultant, about the travel industry itself. He shares his experiences to help you save money on travel. As a very cost-conscious traveler, he loves finding deals and getting free travel thanks to travel rewards points... to help him visit every country in the world (current count: 71/193 Countries, 47/50 US States & 9/10 Canadian Provinces).

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