Sixpenny Globe: The Round-The-World Web Series

Sixpenny Globe is a new web series following two friends Kelsey Ogden and Kristen Refermat travelling around the world on a very low budget, spending $30 a day. They travel to 12 countries (France, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Egypt, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Australia) in four months. 

The series will be available on Blip.TV, but no launch date has been announced. So make sure you follow the Sixpenny Globe website to get all the updates. 

I am really looking forward to this, I love to travel, in comfort I might add. So I'm curious to see how Kelsey and Kristen manage to do this by spending $30 a day.

Sixpenny Globe is a web series that follows Kelsey Ogden and Kristen Refermat as they circumnavigate the world on a budget of just $30 a day. They hitchhike, couchsurf, freeload, and street perform through twelve countries on four continents to prove that adventure, friendship, and broader horizons don't have price tags. 

There is no script. There is no cameraman. These are not filmmakers. They are two 22-year-olds 7 months out of college who set out with nothing but two backpacks, four cameras, and a tripod (which was lost the first day) to see the world on the cheap and bring the story home.