Eugene
Interesting fact :)
hi folks :)

as always searching for something new in internet I faced such an interesting term as "Begpackers" :)
I was wonder who are those people or what are they doing ?
in just few min I find an answer for my question. so “Begpacker” is a contraction of the English words “begging” and “backpackers”. These people fly to different countries and beg for money from the locals to continue traveling.
The begpackers are travellers, who travel to countries where the cost of living may be cheaper than in others one. To continue their journey, they beg, sell hugs, postcards and so on.
For example, here are some good examples:
I am traveling around the world without money, pls support my trip . or another one. Support our trip arond the world.
thanks for your attention and hope you knew something new from this mini article.


Pls, help to correct any mistakes. Thanks in advance )

May 19, 2019 2:57 PM
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"as always searching for something new (online) I faced (0) an interesting term (such) as "Begpackers" :)
I was wonder(ing) who are those people or what are they doing ?
in just (a) few min(utes) I (found) an answer (to) my question. so “Begpacker” is a contraction of the English words “begging” and “backpackers”. These people fly to different countries and beg for money from the locals to continue traveling.
(0) begpackers are travellers, who travel to countries where the cost of living may be cheaper than in other(0) one(s). To continue their journey, they beg, sell hugs, postcards and so on.
For example, here are some good examples:
I am traveling around the world without money, pls support my trip . or another one. Support our trip aro(u)nd the world.
thanks for your attention and hope you (learnt) something new from this mini article."

I learnt about the word "begpacker" that I had never encountered, so thanks!

... and I still can't believe that some people actually buy hugs! To me it just defeats the purpose of a hug. Why don't they just give poor people a coin and watch them smile instead?
May 19, 2019
Eugene
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
English