The digital nomad lifestyle is becoming more popular each year and with life post pandemic, remote work has become possible for those that never thought they could work from anywhere in the world. Find our useful guides below outlining digital nomad discussed topics.


5 surprising benefits of being a house sitter

As Digital Nomads, we are often looking for novel ways to travel. We love house sitting and can’t talk more highly of the unexpected and surprising benefits of being a house sitter. Here are our…

What are the challenges of working remotely?

WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES OF WORKING REMOTELY? FIND OUT BELOW. There are thousands of things that can reduce someone’s ability to work productively remotely, and it is extremely personal. Based on research, and my…

How to increase productivity as a Digital Nomad

Having spent over 10 years in a fast-paced corporate environment, productivity is really important to me. As a digital nomad, I’ve started to tailor the methodologies that I learnt in my previous career to my…

Are you a productive remote worker/ digital nomad?

A question that I have asked myself frequently since becoming a digital nomad and working remotely around the world. Am I a productive remote worker? To test myself and my ability to work remotely, I’ve…


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Activities & Tours

Most of our planning is done using other blogs, but you can’t beat a guide book at the bottom of your case. Find yours on Amazon here and get the travelling started!


Where can I get a sim card?

Need a sim card on landing or about to fly off? Rather than the hassle of finding/getting a physical sim card, an easier method these days is to get an e-sim. Simply select the country or region you are in and get data and calls on your phone. More info can be found here.

Prices are reasonable, usually only $25 for 20GB of data. We now always use this method when travelling as it just saves so much time and bother!




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