Nomadic News: 2 August, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Living Abroad – Location Independence Creative young Brits are quitting London for affordable Berlin What is it like living in ColOmbia as a digital nomad? Ubud, Bali: The “Elizabeth Gilbert Effect” and remote working in paradise This is the reason why I can’t be a nomadic girl forever Travel The obsessively detailed map of American literature’s most epic road …

Nomadic News: 19 July, 2015

Greetings from Girona, Spain! I’ve been hard-core travelling this month so I haven’t been reading (or posting) as much as usual. Here are some digital nomad links and travel articles I have bookmarked for weeks edition of Nomadic News. Cost of living in Bangkok – How Karsten Aichholz spends ?74,031.83 ($2,191.86 / €1,971.93) every month. Ultimate digital nomad guide to Morocco 5 things I learned when I quit my six-figure life and moved to Mexico Film shot in 1980s Phnom Penh gives glimpse of city under the Khmer …

Nomadic News: 5 July, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Be Inspired: 16 location independent entrepreneurs on their digital nomad lifestyle – A roundup by Graham Brown at barefootjournal.com. Visit to Sofia and the Sofia startup scene How this 30-year-old travels the world on as little…

Nomadic News: 21 June, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Meet the ‘digital nomads’ who travel the world in search of fast Wi-Fi – The life of digital nomads goes mainstream with a feature in theguardian.com. What I’ve learned from moving three times and trashing everything I own – This applies for long travel as well. When photography gets you in trouble at 35,000 Feet – Zach…

Nomadic News: 7 June, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Living Abroad Ultimate digital nomad guide to Lebanon I bought an island in Cambodia and changed my life Thoughts on Bangkok and staying productive abroad I made $41,879 as an AirBNB host Travel How one man realized his dream of visiting every country – A profile on Albert Podell, author of Around the…

Nomadic News: 24 May, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Crib notes from 8 years remote working – Veteran hobo Chris Kirkland on running a business while living the nomadic life. Why I love living in Siberia – Henry Turner at theguardian.com. The statistics from two years traveling the world – Jimmy Dau’s record keeping is almost as impressive as the all the places he visited on this RTW trip. Visiting salt pans in Petchaburi, Thailand – By Kevin Revolinski. …

Nomadic News: 10 May, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Taking on Tokyo: The nomad’s guide – By Chris from tokyocheapo.com. I quit my high-paying job as a lawyer to travel…and it’s not all sunshine and rainbows – Good perspective on the popular “I quit my job” theme from Jodi from legalnomads.com. Cost…

Nomadic News: 26 April, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. – Why can’t America have great trains? – The 9 worst-designed cities in the world – Two people and a Beetle – the story of a 55-year relationship – From the buried bunker, Hitler’s ghost still haunts Berlin’s psyche, 70 years on – Bushwick is over. Time to move to Yangon – Unforgettable Hubble Space Telescope Photos Office Of The Week [Saigon Chic – Ho Chi Minh City] I was …

Nomadic News: April 19, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery. Guatemala City is big, dirty, and dangerous?—?don’t miss it (via Outbounding.) I’m riding a $450 motorcycle across Vietnam How one student is freelancing his way across SE Asia Europe’s 16 oldest cities Isolated From the World for 60 Years Office Of The Week [NestbyAIA – Ho Chi Minh City]…

Nomadic News: April 12, 2015

Greetings from Saigon. Here is this weeks pick of the travel and location independence links. Travel For a more creative brain, travel – The Atlantic. After seven years, travel has finally changed me – By Drew Gilbert. We took a 1997 Lonely Planet tourist guide to New York City and tried to use it in 2015 Location Independence An entrepreneur who earns over $200,000 a year explains what it takes to work and travel all over the world …

Nomadic News: April 5, 2015

Greetings from Saigon. After two months of travel that took me to Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Australia, Thailand, Namibia, and Hong Kong, it’s good to back at my nominated Southeast Asia home base. I’ve unpacked my bag again and have a proper work desk for a few months. And with that I should be back to my weekly Nomadic News. Here are the best links I’ve read from the past week. Travel and location independence How this couple retired in their 30s to travel the world – forbes.com feature on …

Nomadic News: March 29, 2015

Greetings from O. R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg where I’m in transit after spending a wonderful week in Namibia. I was travelling around for most of the time and I barely used the internet, so I haven’t updated the blog or checked my emails in a while. What I did do though was go camping and see some of the animals …

Nomadic News: March 15, 2015

Greetings from Bangkok. I’m back in Thailand for a week after my quick visit back to Australia. I did a country roadtrip last week and missed the weekly news, so here is this fortnights edition of Nomadic News. Living Abroad Why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants? Second Passports The man who helps countries turn investments into passports for the rich passports.IO – database of 2nd passport, residency, and citizenship in countries worldwide Travel The Wanderlust Gene: Why Some People Are Born To Travel Google CFO Patrick Pichette on why he quit his…

Nomadic News: March 1, 2015

Greetings from Melbourne. After 15 months away from Australia I’m back in my (former) home city for a brief visit. This time last week I was by the beach in Sri Lanka where I was all set to send out the news but the internet wasn’t cooperating. While Sri Lanka may not be a digital nomad paradise, it is one of the best beach destinations I’ve visited. More on that soon! Until then, here is this…