Being a globetrotter demands its fair share of accessories to make your traveling life more manageable. There are power adapters, travel-size personal care products, and all sorts of gadgets to help you pack neatly and quickly. But perhaps the most important thing to bring on your travels is the right pair of glasses or sunglasses.Continue reading “One of the things a digital nomad can’t live without”
If I were to get a penny every time someone asks me anything about being a digital nomad, I’d be filthy rich. Being a digital nomad is something I fantasized for so long since I was on a 9-5 job. I just love being able to travel while earning a living on the side. I can imagine there’d be tons of people out there who wanted to make this dream a reality for them, too. Oftentimes, I get asked what do I bring in order to kick start a nomadic life? Finally, a reader finally suggested for me to write down a brief article of my digital nomad essentials. So, here it goes.
South America is one of the most diverse and vibrant places on the planet. It’s home to some truly magnificent countries, all of which boast some quite delicious cuisines. So, if you’re planning a trip to South American anytime soon, then here are the top foods you have to try.
It takes guts to swap your hometown for life on the road.
You’re a born adventurer, which means you’re willing to swap the many comforts of home for a more meagre existence. You’re ready to explore new countries, discover new cultures and broaden your mind.
Over the last hundred years or so, humans around the world have been hard at work to create their own flying machines. With some which are big and designed to carry loads of people, and others which are only made for a small group, there is a huge variety of choice in this field. For the post, the focus will be on some of the smaller options out there, giving you the chance to use the sky to explore the area you’re visiting with far more reach that you would have had before. Of course, though, you will have to be the one to make the final choice.
Some people are happy to visit a sunny resort, lie down on a lounger, and soak up some rays. But that’s not the ideal trip for everyone. You probably enjoy relaxing on a sunny beach, of course, but you might also crave a little excitement out of your traveling experiences. Maybe you want to travel to learn things. Maybe you want to travel to see things. Most likely, you want a combination of both experiences.
Some people are perfectly happy to remain static in their careers. They find themselves a job that they enjoy fresh out of school or college and work their way up the career ladder until they retire. Granted, the current lie of the economic land is becoming increasingly prohibitive of this, especially in an era of corporate wage suppression where the pay never quite covers the cost of living and opportunities seem few and far between… but it still happens. Some are perfectly happy to spend their working lives under fluorescent lights working 9 to 5 and getting by one day at a time… But you’ve already sampled that life and you know yourself well enough to know that it’s not for you.
When you go on vacation, one of the hardest and priciest parts to arrange will always be the accommodation. Finding somewhere to stay for a short period won’t be easy, and booking in will be its own challenge if you’re going somewhere with a different primary language. Of course, though, using someone else’s place isn’t the only option to have. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring the differences between buying and borrowing in the world of vacation property, giving you an idea of where best to spend your money.
The most common excuse for not being able to travel is not having enough money. Of course, how else are you going to pay for the flights, accommodations, and attractions without any money? I completely get that however, if you really serious about traveling the world, you will have to take the first few steps TODAY.
Nowadays, when people think about going camping, they often expect some amenities such as showers, toilets, and pods with electrical hookups. The true essence of camping is slowly getting neglected as people prefer urban living than wild adventures.