Donation for the poor … and that is me of course. If you like the Compass website, or if you’ve found any useful information here, please give me financial help for my travels. The more you pay me, the more often and longer I will travel, so don’t be tight.
Kompas Travel is free and always will be, but unfortunately its maintenance costs a little bit of money. These are charges for the server, domain and technical assistance, although much higher costs begin when the author travels the world in order to collect materials for his publications. These are not only the very basic travel costs, but also the cost of equipment.
Then the author spends long hours on writing and publishing photos and articles, what he enjoys doing, but for which he does not receive any payment.
Financial help is of course voluntary but if you like Kompas Travel and if you’d like to show your appreciation to the work put into this website, then please donate by clicking the button below. (I also want to add, that people who don’t like me for my political views should also pay, because when I travel I don’t have time to write.) Eventually, if you feel that you really like me (or perhaps even love me), you can send me some change from time to time for a cup of tea and a cake.
The more you pay me the more I will travel, so don’t be tight ! ! !
I personally think that the biggest amounts of money I should receive from the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, for publishing the real travel advice. If people really listened to those horror story tellers, tourism would be dead. I want to present a typical travel advice published by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
It is usually something like that:
“When you go to Poland, remember to not to enter wooden churches, because brick might fall on your head”