A true African safari has been on my bucket list for years. While I haven't gone on one yet, I'm always doing research on safaris for the future. Enjoy this guest post by South African safari tour guide and expert, Robert!
Planning travel as a digital nomad?
Traveling as a location-independent employee or entrepreneur isn't too difficult, but it is very different than traveling for a vacation and taking an entire break from work.
Why? Well, because while you travel, you'll need to be able to have internet access and structure your days wisely so you can get your work done.
Here are three quick tips for planning travel as a digital nomad.
Especially if you're new to working online, these may be helpful for you!
Before my trip to Mexico City, I vaguely remembered reading in an article online that Mexico City is one of the "food capitals" of the world. Other than that, I didn't know much about Mexico City before I visited. I think only one person I follow on YouTube (and I follow a lot of travel vloggers, haha), had traveled there outside of an airport connection. There are a number of reasons why I am so happy I went to Mexico City, and one of them is the food. Here are a few of our personal favorite restaurants from this trip:
"What are the most affordable places to travel?" "How can we travel like you and not break the bank? Lol" "How do you travel so much? Doesn't it get expensive?" These are word-for-word questions I've received from friends and readers over the past month. Here are the 5 most affordable destinations I've been to yet:
Last year I flew to Bali from California for free with $5.60 USD in taxes. But it wasn't always this way. I remember working in Italy in 2013 and talking to another traveler about how she was about to fly to Thailand for $7 and stay at a 4-star hotel for $20.
Learn how to you can get unthinkable deals on flights too: