Difference between revisions of "Hospitality exchange"

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* [http://www.couchsurfing.com/ couchsurfing.org] - biggest network, some minor controversies (501(c)3 status, organizational transparency)
 
* [http://www.couchsurfing.com/ couchsurfing.org] - biggest network, some minor controversies (501(c)3 status, organizational transparency)
 
* [http://deutsch.hospitalityclub.org/indexdeu.htm hospitalityclub.org] (quite controversial)
 
* [http://deutsch.hospitalityclub.org/indexdeu.htm hospitalityclub.org] (quite controversial)
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* [http://belodged.com belodged.com]
  
 
* [http://www.hospitalityguide.net/ hospitalityguide.net] - overview of hospitality exchange networks
 
* [http://www.hospitalityguide.net/ hospitalityguide.net] - overview of hospitality exchange networks

Revision as of 09:11, 15 October 2009

Hospitality exchange is probably as old as humanity. It's part of muslim culture. In the 20th century Servas was probably the first organized way for exchanging hospitality. In the late 20th century several online hospitality exchange networks popping up:

Home exchange or house swapping is a similar concept.



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