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Best ways to get travel/nomad companions in different locations?

 

by @madelineb | 4yr  | 24 comments

Hi,
Do nomads like to travel together? I mean, not in each otherโ€™s pockets, but look for accomodation together, meet with each other daily or regularly, help out in new cities, motivate/inspire each other in the business? :slight_smile: Iโ€™ve done nomad lifestyle in the past in 2009/2014 and this time I want to collaborate and support with other people, each on their own mission. I love this nomad endeavour but to be honest I admit it can be quite time-consuming and lonely. :wink:
*Message on NomadList locations?
*Message on Couchsurfing groups? (without sounding like Tinder!)
*Message on other??
Iโ€™m currently in Portugal and heading back to Estonia for January/February (Iโ€™m from Australia). Later in 2017 I am open to places, though Iโ€™m not keen on high pollution, high humidity, high cost cities.
Feedback, interest or ideas welcome!
Thanks, :sunny: Madeline

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@theunisk | 4yr

@madelineb @Jacob_Tr before you write off coworking/coliving spaces, Iโ€™d really recommend checking out @eduโ€™s coliving project (sunandco). I spent a couple weeks there last year and had a fantastic time. Iโ€™m totally a 1-on-1 person and still had a great time meeting (and hiking, cayaking, dining etc etc with) some interesting, open people (with varied personality types).
Edu & Jon take great care of the place & their guests and they are really well priced.

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@madelineb | 4yr

@theunis thatโ€™s great you had a good time there! Thanks for the feedback. For now Iโ€™m staying put in the one location for awhile. That place had been put in my bookmarks for the future :slight_smile: .

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@eduardo | 3yr

Hello @madelineb & @Jacob_Tr

I hope youโ€™re doing great.

Things are going very well here, a lot of learnings, work and fun :slight_smile:

I just wanted to know what your future plans are. Is Sun and Co. part of them? :wink:

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best,

Edu

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@jacob_tr | 4yr

Iโ€™ve just started my Nomad journey, started in 20 days ago. Have gone from Singapore, Finland, Iceland, London and tomorrow too Barcelona. - So far it has been good, I am starting to feel the lonely feeling as my week of being completely alone in London comes to an end. - I am also from Australia. - What the most isolating part I find is that your walking around a city full of people working and doing the 9-5, at some points here in London I felt home was more nomadic like.

I havenโ€™t brought myself to going to Nomad co-working spaces, I am not good when there is a big room of People, it daunts me. I prefer 1 on 1 interactions. - I could do it though if I went with someone. There is a company called roam.co, very tempted to try them - I just feel this pressure to be bright and energetic / excitement and confident if I ever go to one of them, so I feel these nomad groups really only fit certain types of personalities.

Iโ€™m starting to get inspired to start something that is less pressure, something thatโ€™ll get those working in cafes alone, working together. Hmmmm

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@madelineb | 4yr

Hi @Jacob_Tr! Youโ€™ve been to alot of places in the 20 days! I assume itโ€™s for work. I can understand about what youโ€™re saying about coliving or coworking spaces that it doesnโ€™t suit everyone. Iโ€™m also more 1-on-1 person but need social interaction. In Australia the work environment is more โ€œsocialisedโ€, aka camaraderie, which has its good and bad points, but different to Europe. I find that I need to mix my work locations between coworking spaces, home and cafes, in order to get the most productivity and feel comfortable. Itโ€™s more expensive however because Iโ€™m paying for a coworking desk that I donโ€™t always use. Some locations offer part-time desks.
Your idea is like Tinder for workers with flexible work conditions at cafes? Sounds good.

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@eduardo | 4yr

Iโ€™ve been running a coliving space for the last year and a half and what I learnt is the importance of family feeling in the house. Coworking spaces, Couchsurfing meetups, etc. none of them makes you belong to a group of like-minded people as a coliving space does.
Thatโ€™s my opinion and recommendation :wink:

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@madelineb | 4yr

@edu Your coworking space is cheaper than my current expenses! Tempting, if it doesnโ€™t work out for me in Estoniaโ€ฆ:thinking:

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@startupblink | 4yr

I think itโ€™s hard to plan to travel together as every nomad has their own preferences on how they spend the day, hours of work, length of stay and budget.
The only nomads I have seen traveling together are couples. Interesting topic though, I struggle with it as well.

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@madelineb | 4yr

@elid1979 Definitely agree itโ€™s hard to travel together. Sometimes having a โ€œpartner in crimeโ€ can be really beneficial (like a gym buddy!). Iโ€™m a bit of an idealist and think there are some things to agree on thoughโ€ฆ like where to live in the city, how often to meet up (unless renting together), what weekend trips to do together, etc. Just needs two (or more) people with common location and compatible personalities.

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@playworking | 4yr

@madelineb we get a lot of people coming through our coliving in Montenegro and thereโ€™s definitely been instances where people left here together, or met up later.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 4yr

I avoid co-living set-ups as I find them very expensiveโ€ฆ

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@eduardo | 4yr

@Ani what would be a reasonable price, letโ€™s see, 1 week in a coliving space?

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@ani_goes_tweet | 4yr

That would be hard for me to say as I make a point of living as close to local prices as I can. Currently I spent โ‚ฌ250 per month (or โ‚ฌ58 per week) on rent and all bills (water, electricity, etc.) Then I spend around โ‚ฌ200 a month (~โ‚ฌ47 a week) on groceriesโ€ฆ But I would want to get my own groceries and take care of my own food as Iโ€™m a vegetarian and I like to eat when I feel like it (Iโ€™m very adverse to scheduling). Iโ€™m about to move somewhere where Iโ€™m going to spend more on my rent - โ‚ฌ340 a month (about โ‚ฌ80 a week), but itโ€™s very, very nice and I will no longer need to rent a desk in a co-working office. Thatโ€™s the upper range of my normal budget. If Iโ€™m going to splurge, I can go up to โ‚ฌ700 a month (โ‚ฌ163 a week), but when I do that I canโ€™t do anything else (other than buy my groceries and even there I have to be careful), so it makes life pretty miserable.

I would have been a nomad anyway, but I should point out that one of the reasons I left home (the UK) was that I simply could not afford to live there. Iโ€™m a creative - as in a creative in the literature industry, not marketing (which is far more lucrative) - so my income is not great and life can be precarious at times!

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@eduardo | 4yr

@Ani thank you so much for such a lovely paragraph in detail.
I love to see honest people. The primary asset of a coliving space is neither the bedroom nor the coworking space with fast internet; itโ€™s mainly the community of like-minded people and the work of the hosts taking care of the people and making guests connect to each other.

I think thatโ€™s the main reason why is more expensive a coliving space than renting your own apartment.

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@playworking | 4yr

@ani I suppose everything is relative; weโ€™re trying to make a very simple option for people by including delicious meals and activities and taking a lot of the work out of living well.

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@madelineb | 4yr

@jeffrey I didnโ€™t think of that, thanks! I googled your coliving space in Montenegro and it looks great! Iโ€™m looking for cheaper options at the moment as Iโ€™m living entirely off savings, and my diet is very restrictive, but itโ€™s still a fallback option for say a fortnight.

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@playworking | 4yr

@madelineb Sure, let us know, we have flexibility in the program and can also exchange work which weโ€™ve done. Not sure which way your diet goes but raw food is excellent in Montenegro and cheap. We live close to vegan, and serve a vegetarian menu
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@madelineb | 4yr

@jeffrey I love good quality produce and am vegetarian. Great to see healthy options for digital nomads that give good food, community, fresh air, exercise, and nature.

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@madelineb | 4yr

@jonnaro I wasnโ€™t sure if people are interested in travelling together, so good to hear!

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@ani_goes_tweet | 4yr

I would be interested in doing this with compatible nomads. Iโ€™m 50, non-smoking, and want mountains to hike! :slightly_smiling_face:

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@madelineb | 4yr

@ani Iโ€™ll send you a message in the next day! On another note, I wonder if a Slack channel should be created, e.g. _travelcompanion or _nomadpartner

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@jonnaro | 4yr

No offense, but isnโ€™t that the purpose of this site?

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@flyonthewall | 4yr

Going to meetups has worked for us. Couchsurfing meetups and nomad meetups for the most part. These arenโ€™t there in every city but on the plus side, locals in smaller places are friendlier so you can actually hang out with them :slight_smile:

Also, coworking spaces have worked well for meeting people. But to travel togetherโ€ฆ hmmโ€ฆ doesnโ€™t happen often for me.

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@madelineb | 4yr

@flyonthewall Thanks! Iโ€™ve found meetups and coworking spaces great for meeting people. For travelling together, I guess I could just ask people there!

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I'm thinking to head over to France during the winter and I'm looking for recommendations on a good French town that has beach and is warm enough during the winter.

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Hello, we are US citizens that have been able to stay in Italy past our standard visa stay due to covid. Now we must leave. We want to drive to Croatia as our โ€œout of EUโ€ stay. But Iโ€™m now wondering what considerations I need to take care of for my visa. I wonโ€™t go through an airport and get my passport stamped. But I assume I need to get my passport stamped as a way to prove Iโ€™m out of the EU.

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Introduce yourself โ€” who are you, where are you and what do you do?

 

by @coffeeshopceo | 13d 12 days ago | 672 comments

tl;dr: introduce yourself in this thread.

We must all get sick of the same backpacker travel questions when we meet new friends, I know I do.

You know the ones - where are you from, whereโ€™ve you been, where are you going, what do you do, how long have you been doing it - etc.

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Best/quickest way from Italy to Croatia?


in Croatia by @ld | 14d 14 days ago | 3 comments

Hello,

We are in Umbria until August 31. We've been here since March, but crisis-level visa extensions are over. After that we have to leave the EU. We would like to stay out of the USA (our home) due to it's covid crisis, at the same time we want to be responsible about travel. Ideally we would not travel at all, rather stay hidden in the countryside of Umbria forever until covid is more under control globally, but here we are!

So we must leave the Schengen zone. We should avoid USA. We should avoid long air travel.

We were thinking Croatia.

Do you recommend a route to Croatia? We are open to long train rides. Ideally not long ferry rides. Is there a ferry route under 4 hours? I read about it...I don't see it. If not, the other option is to make our way north and up over to Croatia via train.

I'd appreciate your thoughts and insights!

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Hi! Iโ€™m still struggling to figure out how to handle health insurance.

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For those constrained by their businessโ€™ time zone, how do you manage this?

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When I think about nomadic life style I often think of one disadvantage, not being able to continue to practice Krav Maga as I do now. How do you keep up with training and progress if you are constantly moving?

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by @danielgenser | 4yr 4 years ago | 54 comments

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Living and working in two very different time zones


by @rwill007 | 4yr 4 years ago | 4 comments

If you are living and working out of Thailand (UTC+07:00) but work with people in the New York EST (UTC-05:00) Time Zone, how do you deal / handle the time difference and still be able to enjoy or make the most of the experience without turning into a tired night owl zombie?

Better yet, what do you find to be the benefits / drawbacks of having to work on such a schedule? (specially in Thailand)

Any advice from those who have done it for a long time? (2+ months)

Thanks,
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