Quick Tips "Travel Cheap -
Travel Well" eBook
Interview with Author
Travel Cheap - Travel WellI read A fascinating eBook some time ago
loaded with Tips and Tricks for saving money while traveling.
The author, Victor K. Pryles*, put a unique slant on traveling cheap, but comfortably.
His eBook contains a gold mine of money saving tips and confessions
recorded during his many journeys.
As a world traveler with many visits and trips in the United States
and abroad, it seemed logical that his experience and knowledge
about staying safe would be of interest to many of us travelers,
especially in these times when note books, tablets, and lap top computers have
become our traveling companions, as well.
Computer security and safe Internet surfing comprise the main theme
of my Firewall
and Virus Protection
Security Alert News Reporter newsletter.
I was curious about how he avoided
virus and spyware problems while using his computer, especially when
outside of the United States.
So I wrote to Victor* and asked what he did to avoid computer
viruses, spyware, etc, and if he would share these experiences. He graciously agreed to answer my questions in this interview.
Not only did he discuss computer safety, his answers included many
tips on maintaining personal safety and security while on the road,
high seas and in the air. The Interview was conducted in 2005 and
some of the links are now outdated. You can
Read the Interview HERE.
This is the book that
prompted my interview with Victor Pryles. He included so
many money saving Tips and Useful Resources that I sought
his first hand advice on keeping my laptop free of bugs
and stuff when traveling. There's a lot of good stuff
in this book!
All in one place, right in front of your eyes, instantly
available, – all the travel hot spots, – the unknown
secrets, – the special deals and comprehensive travel
savvy, – knowledge that would take years to learn on
your own…in one location on your hard drive, in this PDF
read it HERE now (Free Download)
eBook was published in 2004. However, much of what it
contains is still valuable today, except possibly a few
of the links are now outdated.
... Richard Rossbauer (Webmaster)
(*This web page is a tribute to
Victor's memory, a generous, sharing, talented man, a very
special friend who left this world much too early)