Coworking in Marrakech, Morocco with Flexpat

Becoming a digital nomad and being location independent with the ability to work anywhere is a dream for most. It’s a dream I had years ago and made it happen. I’ve worked from around the world for years and loved it. Last week I was in Marrakech and for the first time ever, went into an overseas coworking space. Coworking in Marrakech with Flexpat changed my idea of what it’s like working around the world. To say a coworking space is beneficial for a location independent digital nomad is an understatement. One of the biggest problems digital…

Hiking Shirley Heights Lookout Trail, Antigua

There are lots of things to do in Antigua and one of them is a Shirley Heights Lookout trail from English Harbour with Wadadli Trail Blazers. I did this hike the other day and it was a most memorable experience. The hike had incredible views and was a great way to start the day on this Caribbean island. We went on Sunday and our driver picked us up from The Veranadah Resort and drove us to English Harbour in English Harbour Town. There we met with another group who were…

Things to do in Antigua on a Vacation

I’ve just been lucky enough to spend a week on the island of Antigua in the Caribbean Sea. Antigua isn’t a large island but it has a lot of heart and to say I wish I had longer to spend would be an understatement. There are lots of things to do in Antigua on a vacation but don’t feel stressed by that. The main reason most of us visit the Caribbean is to unwind, relax and enjoy the beaches. Where to stay in Antigua There are lots of places to stay in Antigua but all I can speak about is…

Day Trip to Atlas Mountains from Marrakech, Morocco

Taking a day trip to Atlas Mountains from Marrakech, Morocco is recommended and it doesn’t take long to get there. Within an hour of driving from Marrakech we had made it to the Atlas Mountains with a stop at Lake Takerkoust along the way. So you know, the Atlas Mountains stretch roughly 2500km through Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.  The highest peak in the Atlas Mountains being Toubkal with an elevation over 4,000m. We did a…

The Long Little Corn Island Chapter is DONE

Greetings from Corn Island, I hope this post finds you well and I’m writing to you from Corn Island aka Big Corn Island, Nicaragua which frankly feels a world away from Little Corn Island. For those of you who have been around a while, you’ll know I stumbled upon Little Corn Island at the end of 2011 and basically, fell in love. It was a feeling I had never had with a place before, one that made…

Connecting with Nature in Hong Kong 

Hong Kong is a fascinating place and an autonomous zone in southern China. It’s a city with a strong pulse, energetic population, and fantastic. That said, when most people speak of Hong Kong, how many mention it as a place to get back to nature? The reality is that Hong Kong has lots of opportunities for visitors to connect with nature in a number of ways. What most don’t know is that Hong Kong actually has 200 offshore islands that you can even see as you land in the city. This spring actually…

Innsbruck, Austria – Things to See and Do

Innsbruck is a fascinating place and it becomes quickly apparent as early as your descent into the city. Nestled in a picturesque valley in the European Alps, Innsbruck, Austria has been continually populated since the early stone age and by civilizations since the Roman Empire built an army outpost there in the 4th century. From fabulous Renaissance-era palaces to a museum which celebrates the extravagance of one of the world’s finest jewelry firms, there is much to see …

Famous Places to Visit in Tokyo, Japan

You’ll never lack places to visit in Tokyo as it’s the world’s largest urban area with over 35 million people. Just let that sink in for a moment, it’s a city with the population larger than many countries. As a result, there are endless tourist attractions in Tokyo, restaurants to eat at and stores to shop in. However, the sheer volume of sights and activities means it can be hard to decide where to begin! The purpose of this post on…

25 Best Beaches in Australia

Trying to rank the best beaches in Australia can be an intimidating task. After all, with almost 60,000 kilometres of coastline facing the Indian, South Pacific, and the Timor Sea, there are countless specimens which could make ‘top ten beaches in the world’ lists in many travel media publications.  Nonetheless, I will try to share just a sliver of the brilliant beaches …

Iconic Things to See in Rome, Italy on Your Vacation

Italy is one of those designations that is dear to most of us, we love the food and know much about the incredible culture. There are lots of things to see in Rome and below are some places which are all very central and not to be missed. You could spend a year of your life exploring Rome and barely scratch…

A Naughty-or-Nice List for Aviation Security

If you think Santa’s list is long, you should check out the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority’s (CATSA) What Can I Bring list. It’s basically a naughty-or-nice list for aviation security – a searchable database saying what can and cannot pass through airport security in your carry-on or checked luggage. It has hundreds of items, so here’s a seasonal selection of what’s ho-ho-ho and what’s no-no-no. Naughty Replica weapons: This shouldn’t be too surprising, but if you’re helping Santa to bring toy guns, replica knives or anything similar…

25+ Places to See in London, England

London is one of the world’s greatest cities and no doubt there are endless places to see in London, England! Close to 9 million busy people call London home and at anytime there are many tourists coming to visit giving it an incredible buzz. With all the places to see and things to do in London, it’s not to be missed on a world tour! London is one of those iconic cities which arguably must be visited if one wishes …

Mel’s Hole: Fact or Fiction?

Let’s talk about Mel’s Hole, shall we? Before February 21st, 1997, Ellensburg, Washington was pretty much Nowheresville, USA. Apart from being home to Central Washington University and peaceful scenery provided by the foothills of the Cascades, this town wasn’t known for much nationally. On that night, though, a call …

How to Travel With Bitcoin – What You Need to Know

Today we’re going to discuss how to travel with Bitcoin. Bitcoin is crypto currency most people have heard of by now as it has gone from a genius idea to worldwide news. Some people feel Bitcoin is a revolution, others view it as a store of value while others still a currency. Some other people still don’t understand what the blockchain is or how Bitcoin works but that’s…