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We Slept in 15 of the World’s Most UNIQUE “Hotels” (amazing accommodations!)


Here are 15 of the most unique accommodations we’ve slept in the last 4 years! Thank you DJI for sponsoring this video. #FlyAsYouAre Check out the DJI Mavic Mini here!

In no particular order, here are all of the full-length vlogs for the #uniqueaccommodations we stayed in:
1. Glass pods in Peru (Sky Lodge Adventure Suites): &t=103s
2. Overwater Villa in the Maldives (Soneva Jani): &t=360s
3. Temporary tiny home in Switzerland (OnRunning): &t=75s
4. Salt Hotel in Bolivian Salt Flats (Hotel De Sal Luna Salada): &t=723s
5. Remote mountain huts in Norway (DNT huts): &t=27s
6. Treehouse in Vanuatu (Tom’s Treehouse): &t=1s
7. Camping in Antarctica (outside on a glacier): &t=8s
8. Remote Monastery in Bhutan (living with monks): &t=66s
9. 747 Airplane Hotel (Jumbo Stay Hotel): &t=123s
10. Treehouse in Norway (Pan Treetop Cabins):
11. Capsule Hotels (Tokyo and Bangkok): (Tokyo) &t=32s (Bangkok) -c&t=64s
12. Glacier mountain hut in Switzerland (Monte Rosa): &t=50s
13. Jimjilbang in Korea (Dragon Hill Spa):
14. Martian Dome in Jordan (Sun City Camp): xGLAjyJC1I&t=15s
15. Cabin made completely of ice in Finland (Akapukka Resort): &t=208s
AND MANY MANY MORE! See all of the unique accommodations we’ve slept in on this playlist 🙂 –

Travel vlog 712 | Nashville | Filmed May 2020

Download these copyright free songs we used in this episode – All are from here:
“Amber Lights”
“Animal Hug”
“From the Cliffside”
“Rain Check”
“Sunset Valley”
“Tweet and Delete” (Instrumental Version)
“XoXo” (Instrumental Version)


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How we travel for FREE (Nate’s 30 Days to Becoming a Travel Hacker):




Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, we got married June 2013 and quickly caught the #travel bug! We started “travel hacking” & finally decided we wanted to travel for one year. After 2 years of saving $ and over 2 million miles and points, we sold our cars and apartment and left home January 10, 2016. We started this #travelvlog to share our experiences with friends and family, then decided we really liked vlogging and traveling! After achieving our new goal of 100 countries before 2020 and all 7 continents, we have no plans to slow down anytime soon, and we are incredibly thankful to do something we love every day. 🙂

Date: May 23, 2020