We publish travel guides and articles geared towards the life of a Digital Nomad.
“The value of your travels does not hinge on how many stamps you have in your passport when you get home — and the slow nuanced experience of a single country is always better than the hurried, superficial experience of forty countries.” – Rolf Potts
With Coronavirus changing a lot about the world in the last year, working patterns were no exception. People aren’t just working from home. Even more people are becoming Digital Nomads – choosing to work from countries or places they prefer. And moving to other countries when they want too!
Read Travel Guides Before You Work Remotely!
We write in depth travel guides on what it’s like to work remotely in various locations so you’re prepared and can make decisions that match what you want in a remote work location.
Costa Rica For Digital Nomads
Costa Rica is a small country located in Central America. It is bordered by Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. Costa Rica is known for its lush rainforests, beautiful beaches, and diverse wildlife. There are also many interesting places to visit in Costa Rica, including volcanoes, national parks, and charming villages. In […]
Everything You Need to Know About Criollo in Oaxaca: History, Founder, Food
If you’re looking for an amazing dining experience, look no further than Criollo in Oaxaca. The restaurant Criollo in Oaxaca city was founded by Enrique Olvera. Enrique Olvera also founded Pujol in Mexico City, which is another highly acclaimed restaurant. Criollo Oaxaca is Enrique Olvera’s first foray into the world of Mexican cuisine beyond Mexico […]
Nosara Travel Trips and Travel Guide
Nosara is a charming little surf town on the Pacific (West) Coast of Costa Rica. There is Nosara proper which is where most of the locals live and then there are the beach areas called Playa Guiones and Playa Pelada which are mostly tourist hangouts. This town is honestly epic if you are a good […]
Mexico City Travel Guide
Mexico City (also known as CDMX) is an amazing city that is less well known amongst digital nomads. While it’s true that there are no beaches in Mexico City, it’s a really amazing place to visit and work remotely from! Mexico City proper’s population is around 9.2 million people. However, the Greater Mexico City area […]