Traveling is one of the most popular activities across the world, with more and more people exploring every single corner throughout their lives. But something many people don’t talk about is that travel brings the opportunity to reflect, both on life in general and your own life.
Highlights of traveling as a digital nomad in Asia: my absolute TOP 3 highlights, plus 5 favorite places and 5 favorite experiences. And because nothing is perfect, and traveling is no exception, I also add the travel lowlights of the year.
In this guest post Phoebe from The chance of choice writes about a topic a lot of people don’t talk about: traveling and battling with mental health. She’s currently traveling and presenting to international schools across the globe, discussing invisible health problems and chasing your dreams.
Long term travel is not always sunsets and rainbows. There are bad days, and in Bali I had one after the other. We can always learn from the challenges, which is why I share the lessons learnt from this experience, hoping that you might find it useful.
Singapore on a budget is possible. It’s not as cheap as Thailand, agreed, but there are many free things to do, the transport is not expensive and it’s possible to find cheap food. In this guide you will find several free things to do, what to eat and where, and my detailed travel expenses.