By far the most common question I get asked is “how do you travel so much?”
It can be hard to know where to start as the longer you travel; the more problems seem to crop up.
Travelling can be an expensive pastime, but it doesn’t have to be. Many travellers use a combination of different skills to allow them to travel more, and like most skills – you get better the more you use them.
Being on the road for extended periods differs a lot from taking a holiday.
Arriving in a new country and not being able to speak the lingo can be a challenge at first. Simple things such as shopping for groceries and going to the bank are can become interesting encounters.
Luckily patience is something that can be developed.
Planning your next adventure? Then I recommend you read…
How I Travelled for 18 Months Without Bankrupting Myself
Creating a Travel Bucket List
Saving Money on Accommodation
5 Tips for Booking a Cheap Agoda Room
Getting Started on Couchsurfing
How to Write Decent Couchsurfing Requests
Sleeping at Taipei Airport
Learning to Speak Mandarin in Taiwan
Smashing Seoul City on a Budget
Working out in a Hoi An Weights Gym
Riding the World’s Fastest Roller Coaster
Visiting the French City of Nice
The Best Places to Stay in Malta
Big Berry Slovenia Lifestyle Resort Experience
How to Save Money on Accommodation in Australia
Australia’s Best Stand up Paddle Board Spots
Places to Visit in South Australia
Sleeping at Brisbane Airport
Tetiaroa, French Polynesia
Travel guide for Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Working on the Road
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Why Asia Is the Perfect Place to Start out as a Digital Nomad
How I Stay Productive When Working Remotely