Digital Nomad Jobs – More Nomad News From Nowhere. Issue 20.

Roll up, roll up. Come one and all. Ladies and Gentlemen. Boys and girls, children of all ages. Leave all your prejudices at the door and join your fellow digital nomads of all genders, orientations, and haircut styles here for this, the monumental 20th (20!) edition of everyone’s favourite semi-regular digital nomad newsletter that originates from the Algarve, that I write. With the cat. Now, apologies are needed here from me for the extended delay in between issue 19 and 20. … Continue reading

Pros and Cons of Fast Travel

Fast Travel – Move every few days or weeks! Pros The thrill of the ride! There is nothing more incredible than waking up in a different place every week. Although it can be incredibly tiring, taking some time away from the computer for a whirlwind tour of amazing cultures and exotic locations is exhilarating, challenging and inspiring. Backpacker culture. Being on the road is an amazing way to make friends from all over the world. Nothing brings people together like … Continue reading

Pros and Cons of Slow Travel

Slow Travel – Spend 2 – 6 months (or more!) at a time in each location Pros You’ll probably rent an apartment, which means that you may feel more ‘at home’ whilst you’re there. (Whether this is a good thing or not varies per person!) It’s a lot cheaper! You can negotiate far better discounts on accommodation if you stay for a few weeks or months at a time. Because you’ll get to know the location better, you’ll find cheaper … Continue reading

What Type of Digital Nomad Are You?

To a large degree, your travel style will dictate the kit that you need to pack for your travels. If you’re staying in a luxurious Thai resort hotel for a couple of months, you can probably bring five pairs of shoes and your shiny new macbook without too much trouble – less so if you’re spending six months backpacking through rural India. If you prefer to keep moving, changing locations every few days and using public transport, you’ll want a … Continue reading

A Digital Nomad in the Artificial Savannah

A Digital Nomad in the Artificial Savannah “Folks, it looks like there’s a communications instrument malfunction on the plane. It doesn’t affect the flight of the plane, but it is required to talk to air traffic control. We have to replace the part before we can take off. We apologize for the inconvenience.” A collective groan rises from cabin. Passengers grumble about schedules and missed connections. But nothing will change the fact that this plane is not taking off on … Continue reading