I finally made my way to the Campbell Rhododendron Gardens in Blackheath after having visited this favourite Blue Mountains town numerous times, but always getting distracted by the many other natural attractions there.
Two years worth of a terabyte of Google Drive storage at no cost is nothing to turn your nose up at – especially if you are working online and trying to move around with little baggage as I do.
This is not just the latest rundown of the ‘newest gadgets you should take on your travels’. This is a practical list of brand independent, time-tested and tried items. Most of them are cheap and reasonably easy to source. They are simply great things to have with you to make your travels a success. Read more
I have spent a little time in the recent weeks collaborating on posts with other bloggers. This is something new for me. Read more
Now when I say ‘Follow’, let me be clear – I don’t mean that you should head over to their twitter page and just ‘follow and forget’. I mean that you should dive – and dive deep – into their content. Read more
Good tips on booking accommodation yourself can be priceless – but it takes a little time and some smarts to gain that travel savvy – unless you can poach some ideas from someone who’s done it before! Here are my tips for getting the best deals for accommodation while already travelling.
Let me first say, if you visit Sydney but don’t visit the Blue Mountains, you really haven’t gotten a genuine sense of what Sydney has to offer.
I researched long and hard before deciding upon the backpack to take with me on my travels. I had decided it was important for me to take carry-on luggage only – no checked baggage – for my Digital Nomad Debut, at least.
A lot of the delays I experienced were actually just the result of my own indecision…and my desire not to act prematurely on ANYTHING. But with the information I have now, in retrospect this is what I would have done:
Luckily, I have always hoarded resealable sandwich bags, aka Ziploc bags, or Glad bags. And I found that when I began packing for a ‘life lived out of a bag’, they quickly became my best friend. Read more
It’s been more than a year since I began my journey to digital nomadism. I spent a lot of time thinking about becoming a digital nomad. I knew that it would be a huge upheaval.
Aspiring to any new state can be a challenge. And a career change is no different. But it can be easy to feel out of your depth and like there is either too much information – or not enough.
Khunnai Teunsai Restaurant is a little gem that I discovered on Soi 11 in Nimman. Surprisingly, I didn’t find out about it in the online blogs discussing vegetarian food in Chiang Mai (as I usually do).
It’s rolling around to 6 months that I have been living this life as a travelling aspiring digital nomad. On the road and fakin’ it till I make it. Read more