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Poznan

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Poland
 
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10 Sep '17

Mexico City

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Mexico
 1 Sep '179d10 Sep '1710 Sep '17
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Tulum

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Mexico
 
 1 Mar '173mo10 Jun '1710 Jun '17
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Warsaw

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Poland
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Barcelona

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Spain
 
 25 Mar '161mo30 Apr '1630 Apr '16
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Poznan

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Poland
 15 Mar '1610d25 Mar '1625 Mar '16
15 Mar '16

Ko Tao

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Thailand
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15 Mar '16

Ko Pha Ngan

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25 Feb '16

Da NangVietnam

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 25 Feb '1629d25 Mar '1625 Mar '16
25 Feb '16

Hoi An

28ยฐC
Vietnam
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17 Feb '16

Ho Chi Minh City

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Vietnam
2015
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21 Dec '15

Chiang Mai

28ยฐC
Thailand
 17 Dec '154d21 Dec '1521 Dec '15
17 Dec '15

Singapore

30ยฐC
Singapore
 
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20 Nov '15

Ko Lanta

30ยฐC
Thailand
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14 Nov '15

Railay Beach

Thailand
 10 Nov '152d12 Nov '1512 Nov '15
10 Nov '15

Bangkok

32ยฐC
Thailand
 
 2 Sep '152mo20 Oct '1520 Oct '15
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Barcelona

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 1 Jun '153mo30 Aug '1530 Aug '15
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Poznan

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Do you hangout with backpackers, while still working remotely?


by @jtompl |  | 14 comments

Iโ€™ve noticed that recently a lot of us tend to prefer the โ€˜slow-travelโ€™ rhythm, which is more about moving to a place for a month or two, and then living there, instead of changing your place every couple days.

However, what about those that still like the fast pace of travelling, with meeting lots of other travellers on the road? Are there any nomads here, that still like the backpackersโ€™ lifestyle? That is: you travel through a whole country by yourself; you change your place of living much more often; but you still have to work a bit digitally in the meantime?

If yes, then how do you hang out with backpackers and keep up with their pace, while still having to work remotely?

Related questions:

  • How do you choose which hostel (or place, area to go to in general) to stay in as a next one?
  • How do you maximize your way of meeting other travellers and your own travelling experience (by seeing other places, people and their cultures), while still having to work remotely in the meantime?

I like both digital nomads & backpackers, but so far, barely Iโ€™ve seen any digital nomads in the backpacker places or vice-versa. Iโ€™m wondering why? In the end, it would be a clear connection of Work & Travel at the same time, two things that a lot of us propably enjoy very much at this moment.

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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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Is it just me or are Airbnb prices getting way out of hand?

 

by @srg_b |  | 37 comments

I had this impression for a while now, but now it seems impossible to find a monthly stay over airbnb for a decent price. Just now I was looking at Utrecht which averages at 2500 euro per month for a studio. People seem to provide only small monthly discounts. In my last few trips I relied on Facebook groups for finding stay. I do have decent budget but paying โ‚ฌ1500+ for a studio in a European city simply seems ridiculous. How is everyone else finding accommodation?

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What's next for remote work and digital nomads?

 

by @levelsio |  | 21 comments

Weโ€™ve seen A LOT happen over the past 2 years. Digital nomads have gone pretty mainstream and about half of my normal friends in some way or another travel a lot and are starting to work remotely for their companies now. Over half of startups have people working remotely.

The housing problem that we talked about back then? Lots of companies have popped up to try coliving projects and thereโ€™s now countless fixed and temporary retreats around the world.

I tried to add my bit by adding the social grid to the digital nomad scene letting people meet each other on here, organizing meetups and building out this site.

Butโ€ฆwhatโ€™s next? What can we do/organize/build now?

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Would you like more adventure? If so, what kind?


by @adrianb |  | 6 comments

Personally, after 4+ years and 30+ countries Iโ€™m getting kinda bored. I feel embarrassed asking the question. Iโ€™m also super excited to hear your answers.

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Can you get an NIE number while working in Spain for a UK company?


in Spain by @sabolmm |  | 1 comment

Has anyone stayed in Barcelona longer than 3 months as a nomad?

I realise UK citizens have to apply for a NIE number if they are staying longer than 3 months in Spain. But can you actually get an NIE number while working in Spain for a UK company?

My company is registered in the UK so I will be remote working from Spain, donโ€™t want to setup as a freelancer or sold trader in Spain as it will only be a temporary pit stop for 3-6 months.

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How is Malaga in Spain for digital nomads?

 

in Malaga, Spain by @flowen |  | 20 comments

Has anyone been to Malaga before and if so, anything to recommend? Iโ€™m thinking of staying put there for December + January and then probably move on to Las Palmaโ€™s or Barcelona for a month. Maybe go to Asia again but weโ€™ll see what happens.

Iโ€™m looking for a nice place to stay, moderately cheap. Heard a place is quite easy to find for around 300-400 euroโ€™s, but can anyone confirm this?

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What does "full time" really mean when working remotely?


by @kltellim |  | 12 comments

This one is for those of you who have full-time remote jobs. I noticed @wanderingdev mentioned being an FTE for a US company, hoping she may be able to weigh in here.

I have a very nice remote programming job. Great team, and the whole teamโ€™s distributed. Iโ€™ve been working remotely for years now โ€“ but never as a developer. I used to do more writing-related jobs, where you get paid by the word, and hours donโ€™t matter.

As a coder, Iโ€™m suddenly paid by the hour. I am not a โ€œconsultantโ€ - but I still find it very confusing and troubling, and Iโ€™m trying to nail down some norms. Iโ€™m supposed to be โ€œfull timeโ€, which basically means 40 hours/week or so (43, but whoโ€™s counting).

I have a timer I use (nobody asked me to use it, and I donโ€™t share the time report with anyone). I used to stop the timer whenever I went to the kitchen for a moment or to help with the kid. Working like this, an 8-hour day quickly became a 13-hour day. Meaning, it took me 13-14 hours to get 8 hours of work done, and it was pretty terrible.

I decided to do a sanity check with a colleague whom I have good rapport with. Heโ€™s a senior dev whoโ€™s been with the company for years. He said that in an 8-hour day, he usually manages to get in about 4 hours of โ€œbillable timeโ€ โ€“ meaning, about half his time is spent actually working, and the other half is doing other things, which he says is important to stay creative/fresh and not burn out (I definitely see the sense in this).

He told me that when he used to be a consultant, he used to charge exactly per what he actually worked โ€“ but then he doubled his rates to make up for it. (I donโ€™t get a ton of money, Iโ€™m not a very experienced coder, and Iโ€™m not considered a consultant by any stretch of the imagination)

Soโ€ฆ I decided to cast a wider net here, just as a sanity/reality check. As remote programmers, how do you manage your time? What does an โ€œ8 hour workdayโ€ look like for you, in reality?

Do you have a timer? When you watch a YouTube video, do you stop your timer? Etc. etc.
When working at an office itโ€™s easy to get a fix for the norms - but working from home, you guys are what I have. :slight_smile: TIA.

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  • Poland

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  • Spain

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  • Thailand

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    ๐ŸŒง Feels 35° 95° 30° 86°๐ŸฅตAQI 56
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    $1,182 / mo
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  • Vietnam

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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 36° 97° 30° 85°๐ŸฅตAQI 62
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    $961 / mo
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  • Mexico

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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 26° 78° 27° 80°AQI 57
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    $1,522 / mo
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  • Singapore

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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 36° 97° 30° 87°๐ŸฅตAQI 61
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  • ๐Ÿ›ฌ Most visits

  • Poznan

    Was recently in POZNAN, and saw there was a huge pro-abortion movement in the old town + outer parts of it. My first impression was that the city ressembles a lot with PRAGUE and WARSAW. Hills + big squares with covered tram tracks. The pedestrian area is really nice. 1 or 2 days would be enough to check the city.

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  • Barcelona

    Lived in Barcelona for a year and a half. I would agree that the weather is perfect and Barcelona does have a great tech scene as well as food and has everything landscape and lifestyle wise that you could think of. Bureaucracy isn't too bad if you nip it in the bu** early and have patience. Also, some clubs are free. (Jamboree!). The metro is also, very efficient with red and purple being the busiest lines. Very walkable city too. Plenty of opportunity to meet people as well. The beaches are ok

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  • Bangkok

    Don't believe the prices on here for an apartment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. If you want to live like a local, then you can save a lot of money. If you don't mind a 5-10 minute walk from the BTS, then you can easily get a one bedroom apartment for 300 USD per month, in a high class condo, plus with free golf cart ser

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  • Ko Lanta

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  • Singapore

    They say you get what you pay for. After having traveled the previous 4 months in India, Cambodia, VietNam, Myanmar and Thailand, Singapore was so easy! The subway system is a marvel, streets signs were easy to read, everyone speaks English (that just makes it easy for me as an English speaker) it is safe, clean, and parks are gorgeous. I was there as COVID 19 was breaking out fairly fast and that put a damper on my time but I was so happy to be there anyway and plan to go back. For digital

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  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.

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  • Ho Chi Minh City

    Only thing to add is that in general Saigon has terrible walkability. I love Saigon, lived there for 3 years. But motorbikes are always parked on the sidewalks so you constantly have to step onto the road which is a little hair raising. And if it's not motorbikes then there are restaurant tables scattered across the pavement. Plus the pavement is almost always cracked. I'm a pretty chill person. But going for a random walk in Saigon always leaves me kind of irritated after a while. Of course the

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  • Hoi An

    I stayed in Hoi An much longer than I planned (10 days) because it was so pleasant. Yes, tourists everywhere. But my hotel was gorgeous and cheap and the wifi was plenty fast for work. When not working I biked out to the beach or through the paddies or into town (too crowded for a bike most times but functional if needed) or just around the countryside. Had some of my friendliest encounters here and as a single woman, always felt safe - night or day.

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  • ๐Ÿ›Œ Most time spent

  • Poznan

    Was recently in POZNAN, and saw there was a huge pro-abortion movement in the old town + outer parts of it. My first impression was that the city ressembles a lot with PRAGUE and WARSAW. Hills + big squares with covered tram tracks. The pedestrian area is really nice. 1 or 2 days would be enough to check the city.

    โญ๏ธ Overall Score 
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost ๐Ÿ˜™ Affordable
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet ๐ŸŽ Fast
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun mediocre
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒง Feels 13° 55° 13° 55°AQI 51
    1yr
    $1,687 / mo
    28Mbps
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  • Barcelona

    Lived in Barcelona for a year and a half. I would agree that the weather is perfect and Barcelona does have a great tech scene as well as food and has everything landscape and lifestyle wise that you could think of. Bureaucracy isn't too bad if you nip it in the bu** early and have patience. Also, some clubs are free. (Jamboree!). The metro is also, very efficient with red and purple being the busiest lines. Very walkable city too. Plenty of opportunity to meet people as well. The beaches are ok

    โญ๏ธ Overall Score 
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    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 16° 61° 16° 60°AQI 24
    6mo
    $3,150 / mo
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  • Warsaw

    I already living more than 1 year in Warsaw and i still think it's one of the best cities to live as a nomad as well. there is plenty of meetups to meet other expats, the people are nice, its cheap, its very big and not crowded, and very clean, pros: cheap easy to make international friends , as there is many meetups great public transport plenty of cafes to work from warm and honest locals the cons : Not many nomads, big city so some places far from each other . expensive cowork places (

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  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.

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  • Hoi An

    I stayed in Hoi An much longer than I planned (10 days) because it was so pleasant. Yes, tourists everywhere. But my hotel was gorgeous and cheap and the wifi was plenty fast for work. When not working I biked out to the beach or through the paddies or into town (too crowded for a bike most times but functional if needed) or just around the countryside. Had some of my friendliest encounters here and as a single woman, always felt safe - night or day.

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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 37° 99° 30° 85°๐ŸฅตAQI 54
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  • Mexico City

    If you stay in Roma or Polanco you'll be fine. Mexico City was a little too chaotic for my taste, but also had some really beautiful and cool neighborhoods and a must visit if you find yourself in the middle of Mexico. Uber runs here so that makes it easy to get around. It can be as cheap or expensive as you want it to be, a decent hostel will run you $15 - $20/night. I cook many of my meals and prefer to splurge at nice restaurants a few nights a week vs eating at cheap places for every meal

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  • Ko Lanta

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  • Ko Pha Ngan

    I have been staying on this island for about 2 years, and would like to remind everybody something : working remotely is illegal in Thailand, and can get you in serious troubles if you do any kind of work without a work permit. There has been in the past reported cases of arrests in so called "co-working spaces". I think it is only a fair warning to people who plan to come here and hang in co-working spaces. 2 years ago koh phangan did not have a good rating on nomad list, not much as changed si

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