Tbilisi. Say that ten times fast. Actually, I'll be impressed if you can say it even once.Even if you can't pronounce this Georgian capital, if you're a digital nomad, chances are that you've come across the name. Georgia is not the most common travel destination for conventional
When you find yourself ‘stuck’ in a country and your visa gets frozen three times and a 90-day stay turns into a 365-day one.
If you're visiting Lisbon, it's nearly impossible to miss the majestic castle towering over the city atop São Jorge hill. The Castelo de Sao Jorge is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting Lisbon, but the real charm is in the maze of cobblestone alleyways surrounding
‘‘Are you kidding me?”“Do they really have soups with no meat?? Here? In Altai… next to Mongolia, in the mountains?”“I can’t believe it.’’These were my words of excitement at a tiny local cafe found while traveling through the Altai region of Russia.There are places around the
Imagine travelling every Quarter of the year to a new location around the world or even within your country and spending 2-3 months at a time in each Country or place and exploring while building an online business, freelancing or remote working and experiencing the world
Imagine travelling the world while being a remote working, absorbing a new culture, learning new languages and network with other like-minded adventurous nomads.Imagine spending a year travelling in the following five great locations because now you can work from anywhere, of course depending on visas and