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Puebla City

Mexico
2018
 15 May '182yr31 Dec '1931 Dec '19
15 May '18

Puebla City

Mexico
 
 9 Apr '1829d8 May '188 May '18
9 Apr '18

Puerto Vallarta

28ยฐC
Mexico
 31 Mar '188d8 Apr '188 Apr '18
31 Mar '18

San Cristรณbal de las Casas

19ยฐC
Mexico
 
 14 Mar '187d21 Mar '1821 Mar '18
14 Mar '18

Mexico City

24ยฐC
Mexico
 9 Mar '183d12 Mar '1812 Mar '18
9 Mar '18

Antigua

24ยฐC
Guatemala
 
 12 Jan '181mo20 Feb '1820 Feb '18
12 Jan '18

Puebla

18ยฐC
Mexico
2017
 26 Dec '1717d12 Jan '1812 Jan '18
26 Dec '17

Xalapa

Mexico
 
 19 Nov '171mo31 Dec '1731 Dec '17
19 Nov '17

Playa del Carmen

29ยฐC
Mexico
 11 Nov '177d18 Nov '1718 Nov '17
11 Nov '17

Tulum

29ยฐC
Mexico
 
 20 Sep '172mo6 Nov '176 Nov '17
20 Sep '17

San Cristรณbal de las Casas

18ยฐC
Mexico
 
 5 Sep '176d11 Sep '1711 Sep '17
5 Sep '17

Buffalo, NY

21ยฐC
United States
 22 Aug '1714d5 Sep '175 Sep '17
22 Aug '17

Mexico City

22ยฐC
Mexico
 12 Aug '178d20 Aug '1720 Aug '17
12 Aug '17

Cairns

25ยฐC
Australia
 9 Aug '173d12 Aug '1712 Aug '17
9 Aug '17

Sydney

17ยฐC
Australia
 2 Aug '177d9 Aug '179 Aug '17
2 Aug '17

Mexico City

22ยฐC
Mexico
 24 Jul '1715d8 Aug '178 Aug '17
24 Jul '17

Guadalajara

25ยฐC
Mexico
 10 Jul '1711d21 Jul '1721 Jul '17
10 Jul '17

San Francisco

Mexico
 28 Jun '1710d8 Jul '178 Jul '17
28 Jun '17

Los Angeles, CA

22ยฐC
United States
 
 15 May '1725d9 Jun '179 Jun '17
15 May '17

Puerto Vallarta

29ยฐC
Mexico
 
 20 Apr '1720d10 May '1710 May '17
20 Apr '17

Cabo San Lucas

26ยฐC
Mexico
 14 Apr '172d16 Apr '1716 Apr '17
14 Apr '17

Loreto

Mexico
 
 24 Mar '1716d9 Apr '179 Apr '17
24 Mar '17

Ensenada

Mexico
2016
 1 Dec '162mo28 Jan '1728 Jan '17
1 Dec '16

Los Angeles, CA

18ยฐC
United States
2015
 23 Nov '1513d6 Dec '156 Dec '15
23 Nov '15

Riverside

United States
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Anybody recommend US health insurance with global coverage?


by @tylertringas |  | 18 comments

Any US nomads found health insurance with global coverage? My current approach has been to have US health insurance, essentially a waste of money but if I ever got very sick I could go home and have coverage. My actual healthcare is a combination of travel insurance (havenโ€™t really used it much though) and paying cash in cheap places like SE Asia and Latin America. The cobbled together approach is neither simple nor very cost-effective. Love to find a product with global coverage that also satisfies Obamacare requirements. Any leads?

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Do any digital nomads travely solely by motorcycle?


by @fraserdeans |  | 10 comments

Last summer I spent some time travelling through Thailand and Cambodia and jumped on mopeds to get around. I fell in love with them, the freedom, the ability to get off the tourist trail and see areas of a country not written about in tour books.

Recently a friend of mine cycled from London through Western Europe down to Morocco. His journey, stories and photo blog have all inspired me to see Europe by road rather than missing it all by plane.

Iโ€™ve been encouraged to do the same longer term through Europe. Next month Iโ€™m heading off to Spain to start that journey.

I was wondering if any nomads here are on similar journeys? Does anyone motorcycle between cities setting up to work for a couple weeks then moving on?

If so, have you got any advice/tips for someone just starting that journey?

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Share your itinerary โ€” where are you headed next?

 

by @karene |  | 125 comments

Just interested to see a quick rundown of everyoneโ€™s next stop. Where will you be going next and when?

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Does anyone bring their bicycle with them on their travels?

 

by @lamby |  | 36 comments

Anyone else keen cyclist or runner? Iโ€™m an ex-triathlete andโ€”whilst Iโ€™ve got my wardrobe down to a minimumโ€”Iโ€™m lugging around a rather large box on my travels containing my road bike. Am not doing the whole bike-touring thing, just using it for adventures, exploring, keeping fit, taking epic photos, etc., and taking my own bike is far nicer than renting.

Finding the balance between that and real work is a bit of a challenge, mostly in terms of a hard ride in the morning will mean Iโ€™m a little foggy throughout the rest of the day, concentration-wise.

Still, Iโ€™d rather use and enjoy my health whilst Iโ€™m young instead of waiting until I retire to do these things.

(If you do bike or run, do you also Strava?)

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How do you organize cables in your backpack?


by @refuseillusion |  | 11 comments

Iโ€™m currently thinking of getting a packing cube and velcro binder after I used a GRID-IT organizer which couldnโ€™t fit all my stuff in the end.
I know some use ziplock bags, but how durable is that? Wonโ€™t it just be one big mess of cable salad?

Whatโ€™s your approach?

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Are there any nomad game developers here?


by @munly_leong |  | 16 comments

Are there any nomad game developers here? or aspiring nomad game developers? It does seem to be an extreme rarity. Even moreso since most game devs typically donโ€™t cross over with the web developer or startup crowds unless they have something like Unity3D in common. Also games are typically a lot more work than websites and are usually much less profitable at the indie/small studio level.

Anyway hereโ€™s what Iโ€™ve found so far.
http://www.chronosoft.com/ - only making $150/mnth on RPGMaker type games, tough even for Chiang Mai :frowning:

http://www.gamedevnomad.com/ - seems like heโ€™s trying to support himself creating art asset packs first and work up to building games full time.

Looking forward to blogging about my own journey but I have a ways to go to even catch up to these guys first. Was also thinking that anyone working on even moderately complex Unity games or high res 2d games might have assets and builds that are prohibitive to move around on countries with weaker internet, i.e. sub 5mbit, cough Australia :wink: etc. Would love to hear more experiences if you got them.

There are far more teams collaborating remotely out there just from what I know, but almost none of them are nomads with most AAA and vfx studios not working this way in part due to potential IP leaking issues but it seems not to be a problem with the kickstarter generation.

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  • Mexico

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  • United States

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  • Australia

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  • Guatemala

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  • ๐Ÿ›ฌ Most visits

  • Mexico City

    It's not dangerous if you stay in the right areas. No one speaks English. I mean no one. If you don't speak Spanish, be prepared to use GoogleTr. / sign language / no habla espanol all the time, and also being laughed at while trying to explain yourself. AirBnB is super expensive. The government puts a very high tax on the accommodations. Overall, these shortened my stay significantly, I intended to stay for long but after less than a month I was anxious to leave to a place where I can at lea

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  • Los Angeles

    Nothing does a better job of explaining LAโ€™s beautiful diversity and different neighborhoods than the documentary about the late Jonathan Gold, our cityโ€™s greatest amabassador and the only food critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize. It is called, โ€œCity of Goldโ€ and if you want to know LA, just watch this film. Trailer link: https://youtu.be/DmKTRDfz1zM

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  • San Cristรณbal de las Casas

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  • Puerto Vallarta

    For the most part, pretty amazing. The beaches are usually not overcrowded, and the natural scenery is pristine. It's very walkable, and there are tons of great restaurants on nearly every block with reasonable prices. I came in mid-November, and it was still uncomfortably warm and humid then, even at night, so beware if you struggle with heat. The evenings started to get cool and pleasant in late November/early December. This is Mexico, so I was expecting it to be gritty, but it was worse tha

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  • Cabo San Lucas

    Very very touristy. Great if you want to go scubaing, terrible for all other reasons

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  • Guadalajara

    Spent one month living and discovering Guad and area. Walked, bussed and Uber when necessary. NEVER felt unsafe. My Spanish is very basic and yet was able to communicate. Friendly and helpful people! Amazing for such a large city!๐ŸŒบโค๏ธ

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  • Sydney

    Amazing city. Absolutely loved it. Yes, expensive sooooo worth it! I was only here for 5 days but absolutely hooked and will be coming back.

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  • Cairns

    I was there in November 2017. The people are very friendly, great restraunts on the sea front board walk, and as a diver great access to the great Barrier Reef. Either a train or cable car ride from the town station will take you up into the largest tended an cultivated tropical rain forest in the world. If you like life free and easy beautiful Cairns is for you.

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  • ๐Ÿ›Œ Most time spent

  • Los Angeles

    Nothing does a better job of explaining LAโ€™s beautiful diversity and different neighborhoods than the documentary about the late Jonathan Gold, our cityโ€™s greatest amabassador and the only food critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize. It is called, โ€œCity of Goldโ€ and if you want to know LA, just watch this film. Trailer link: https://youtu.be/DmKTRDfz1zM

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    ๐ŸŒค Feels 19° 66° 18° 64°AQI 53
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  • San Cristรณbal de las Casas

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  • Puerto Vallarta

    For the most part, pretty amazing. The beaches are usually not overcrowded, and the natural scenery is pristine. It's very walkable, and there are tons of great restaurants on nearly every block with reasonable prices. I came in mid-November, and it was still uncomfortably warm and humid then, even at night, so beware if you struggle with heat. The evenings started to get cool and pleasant in late November/early December. This is Mexico, so I was expecting it to be gritty, but it was worse tha

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  • Playa del Carmen

    Disappointing: much more expensive than SEA countries, less fun and more touristy. Quite often my expectations weren't matched. It's doable to work from but only if I'd recommend doing that only if you're limited to the western hemisphere timezone.

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  • Puebla

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  • Mexico City

    It's not dangerous if you stay in the right areas. No one speaks English. I mean no one. If you don't speak Spanish, be prepared to use GoogleTr. / sign language / no habla espanol all the time, and also being laughed at while trying to explain yourself. AirBnB is super expensive. The government puts a very high tax on the accommodations. Overall, these shortened my stay significantly, I intended to stay for long but after less than a month I was anxious to leave to a place where I can at lea

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  • Cabo San Lucas

    Very very touristy. Great if you want to go scubaing, terrible for all other reasons

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  • Guadalajara

    Spent one month living and discovering Guad and area. Walked, bussed and Uber when necessary. NEVER felt unsafe. My Spanish is very basic and yet was able to communicate. Friendly and helpful people! Amazing for such a large city!๐ŸŒบโค๏ธ

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