Posts Tagged ‘nomadic travellers’

Have Internet Will Travel

Armed with little more than a laptop, web design/development professionals Kelly and Mike have traded in the 9-5 for a nomadic life of freelancing and travel.

5 Things That (can) Suck About Long-Term Travel

In my last article, I talked about the highs of travel. While travel is a mostly amazing experience, nomadic living is not always glitter and gold. In fact, if you spend enough time on the road, something bad is bound to happen. Murphy’s Law is never wrong and eventually you find that there are plenty of lows to go with your highs.

3 of the Best Things About Long-Term Travel

As a perpetual nomad, I spend a lot of time traveling. Extended time on the road will leave a person with innumerable highs and intolerable lows. I’ve been moving now for two years and in that time I’ve seen a lot. One of the benefits of travel is that you are constantly experiencing new things and not a day goes by where I am not awed.

Modern Day Nomad: Interview with Nomadic Matt

It all started after a short trip to Thailand in 2005. Returning to his native Boston, Matt knew he wasn't content settling for short holidays. So he set out to travel the world for 537 days straight.

Matt's back in Boston now, but not for long. He's planning to head off on another long-term adventure, travelling through Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

In the meantime, he took a bit of time to tell TravelBlogs about how his love for travel was born, his experience returning home and life as a nomad.

Every Country in the World in 5 Years: Interview with Chris Guillebeau

In 2002, Chris Guillebeau and his wife Jolie moved to West Africa, where they would spend the next four years volunteering for a medical charity. For Chris, that experience sparked a passion for travel that has led him to embark on a new mission: to visit every country in the world. And he's well on his way, having visited 77 countries already.

In this interview with TravelBlogs, Chris talks about his dream of visiting every country in the world, Africa and volunteering, and combining work with travel.

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