Split Croatia Coworking Coliving with Hacker Paradise made for an interesting six weeks. After a year of traveling, Split was definitely not my favorite city, but it does have a lot to offer. One advantage of Split, is that it is outside the Schengen region for those conscious of their days. The cost of living is average to slightly above, with housing being very reasonable, but dining out being above average compared to other European cities.
Traveling by yourself for the first time can be exhiliarating, thrilling, exciting and scary all at the same time. Check out our great tips for Traveling by Yourself for the First Time, including preparation, packing lists, copies of documents and itineraries, get great photos, dining solo.
When looking for travel health insurance advice, sometimes the professionals can really help you navigate the complicated landscape. While reading the terms and conditions of the aspects of your travel policy may be the least fun part of your journey, it is a must in the exciting world of Digital Nomadism. Learning which airlines have strict baggage policies is just as important as knowing about the type of travel insurance you need.
So you have heard of this (not so new) Google Fi by Google and are wondering what phones work with Google Fi? Surprisingly, Google Fi has flown somewhat under the radar of the common cellphone user, with the majority of hearty Fi discussion being limited to circles of hardcore tech fanatics. Google Fi is Google’s foray into the world of network operation, although it differs from most rival carriers in a number of areas, including how competitive their phones are and their availability at a variety of price points.
Common questions about Google Fi include “What Networks does Google Fi Use?” and “How much are Project Fi Taxes and Fees?” Despite Google’s dominance, Google Fi isn’t quite as widely used as other network carriers, although it is increasing in popularity every day. Much of the buzz around Google Fi comes from its unique method of providing coverage. Let’s look further at the networks Google Fi uses and their taxes and fees, so you can make an informed decision about whether Google Fi is right for you.
Coworking Coliving Coworkite Mauritius is ONLY for a select, very specific, group of individuals. Those that drive (on the left side of the road) and those that Kitesurf. Of all the coworking and coliving trips in which I’ve partaken (Thailand, Argentina, Chile, Spain and Greece), Coworkite is by far, the least friendly and least organized.
Travel health insurance for digital nomads is a must-have for any traveler. Too many stories of odd bug bites turning into infectious diseases, scooter accidents and natural disasters are enough to make even the most experienced traveler run for cover. Without travel health insurance, every day as a digital nomad is a gamble as the slightest injury could drain your bank account. A quality travel health insurance plan will give you the freedom to travel from country to country with the knowledge you are covered should any harm come your way.
Updated for 2019: How to Use Your iPhone with Project Fi. Google’s Project Fi works by connecting the cellphone user to Sprint, T-Mobile, or U.S. Cellular, depending on which has the strongest signal at the time they want to make a call. It is this versatility which has driven so many tech junkies to Project Fi as it eliminates the need for committing oneself to a single network for an extended period of time.
My first month as a “location independent” professional was Coworking KoHub Koh Lanta and what a great introductory month it was to travel. It was a super cheap month, including food, accommodations and a gorgeous coworking space. The island has a few activities in which to partake, but most importantly, it is the other “KoHubbers” that will make your experience. Review of Coworking KoHub Koh Lanta for a month. Office, internet speed, food, accommodations, things to do, weekly activities, restaurants.
Can you really make $10,000 per month blogging? Can you really make money blogging? Yes, I have consistently made this kind of income publishing websites for 10+ years and I know dozens of other people who have as well. Want to know the secret? Write GREAT content that monetizes well. There are a 1,000 steps, large and small, you can take to make your content better and more favored by search engines (like Google), improve traffic, get backlinks and all the other things it takes to create and maintain a successful website. If you’d like to learn How to Start a Blog Business and Make Money, following are some of my top tips and experiences from the last 10 years.
This review is of the most amazing month of Coworking Coliving Hacker Paradise Lesvos Greece. I’ll get straight to the point, if you are thinking of joining Hacker Paradise, and/or are evaluating them against any other programs, stop right now and join. Here is why…
Review of Gran Canaria Coworking Coliving in Las Palmas, Canary Islands. Restation, CoWorking C, The Pool, The Roof, Gran Canaria hotels, Gran Canaria map, Gran Canaria things to do, Canyoning, Hiking and more.
Since there are 1000s from which to chose, we shed some light on the best digital nomad remote jobs from home. We all know coders, developers and bloggers are popular remote work options, but do you know how many other cool and unique remote jobs exist? After meeting hundreds of location independent professionals on the road, here are all the jobs and businesses I’ve come across and some of my favorites.
Spending an entire month in Buenos Aires Coworking Coliving was an interesting experience! One month is a good amount of time to get a feel for the city, see what daily life is like, find the best food spots, catch some Monday night drum circles at La Bomba, browse the weekend markets and even join a Polo Day. One month at WeWork and Nomad House, restaurants, Microcentro, Polo Day, Iguazu Falls, Palermo, Floreria Atlantico, Chori, La Bomba
A digital nomad fitness retreat might be just the thing you need to get out of your work rut. Or maybe those long hours at the computer, even awkwardly typing on a hammock or deck chair, followed by the endless nights of drinking and eating has got you craving more for your life and body? After all, isn’t adventure, health and physical well-being one of the reasons we travel? Check out some of our top picks for tennis, yoga, muy thai, surfing and a highlight of coliving spaces that make sports and fitness activities easily accessible and affordable
Congratulations on getting to the step of how to prepare for digital nomad travel! Before you get on the road, you’ll want to think about cell phones and plans, health insurance, VPNs, bank accounts and credit cards with no fees and a whole bunch of other services. Things you didn’t think twice about before, but can add up to $1,000s in extra expenses, along with a lot of frustration, if not handled properly from the outset. This isn’t a long term travel packing list – it is a life on the road list and everything I’m grateful I handled before I started traveling.
If you are a road warrior, you definitely need the best mail forward scan service. Luckily, there are dozens of virtual mail services for travelers, in almost every country, so you’ll never have to worry about getting your mail and packages while on the road. Companies like EarthClass Mail, Anytime Mailbox, Traveling Mailbox and more provide a variety of services. These offers include mail scanning, mail forwarding, package forwarding, check deposit, permanent address, tax residency, drivers license address, voter residency and anything else you may require when away from home, or officially homeless by choice.
Our Cape Town digital nomad guide is put together after 3 months in Cape, both spent with a large group (Hacker Paradise) and solo, so we can share both sides of travel in Cape Town. We are here to give you all the details, including the cost of living in Cape Town, the best Cape Town coworking space, Cape Town things to do, accommodations in Cape Town, Cape Town tour highlights and transportation options.