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Digital nomads are on the rise, especially as the world faces the ‘Great Resignation’ where office workers are starting to resign. The freedom and flexibility of remote work offered during the pandemic has allowed us all to rethink our careers, goals, and work / life balance, and it has become increasingly difficult for employers to bring their teams back into the office.
And why would you? … Return to the office? When you can be working from Italy one month, and Greece the next?
Visas used to be one of the biggest issues for digital nomads, because tourist visas were capped at 30 days, meaning your work routine was constantly disrupted. But now more and more countries are enticing remote workers to stay for an extended period of time, and 50+ countries now offerr generous long term visas.
As a digital nomad, the cost of visas can really add up if you’re moving around a lot. So here we’ve compiled a list of the cheapest.read more
New York is one of those classic, timeless cities that attracts everybody; struggling artists, overseas tourists, business men / women, and the mega famous.
Celebrities rub shoulders here with everyday mortals, and because of how busy the city is, they blend in with a certain amount of anonymity.
Whether you’re traveling to New York for some celeb spotting, or feel like experiencing the city as a celeb yourself, these are our favorit picks for things to do in the Big Apple to live it like you’re famous.read more
Virginia is a beautiful state with a rich history and breathtaking natural beauty.
It offers many fantastic choices for a memorable driving vacation or road trip. Here are six destinations to enjoy a lovely road trip with friends and family.read more
It’s often the case when we’re traveling, that certain places remind us of the scenes we saw on the big screen. And chances are, if you’re in London, that it was actually from that film you’ve seen.
Many famous Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter and Spider-Man, or cult classics like Bridget Jones’ Diary, Love Actually, and Notting Hill, have been filmed in London. With so many filming locations, it’s easy to stumble across them, though if you’re actively seeking this out on vacation, these epic movie locations around the city are perfect for finding your favourite movie scene location.read more
Australia is a destination that just over a million people visited so far in 2022. It’s diverse and has vibrant cities, an amazing outback, and many cultures to discover.
Australia is a beautiful country, but it’s also incredibly vast. To travel from one place to another takes a considerable amount of time, and that means you’ll often find yourself with plenty of time to kill, just waiting.
Australia has a reasonably good infrastructure of cell phone and data coverage (though less so in more remote areas), so one way to kill this time is to try a little online play. Keep these tips in mind if you’re gambling inbetween your flight delays.read more
Thailand is one of the best countries in the world for a multi centre holiday; a multi-destination trip that packs the highlights into a bite-sized trip. An exciting and exotic destination, there are fantastic places to base yourself up and down the country, from Bangkok with it’s magnificent shrines and street life, to the beaches of Koh Samui, and the busy markets, spas, and nightlife of Phuket.
It’s very easy to travel to Thailand and leave with a longer list of places to visit than the one you came with, and it’s definitely a country which demands return trips. But what are some of the experiences that define the country? That are so interwoven with the Thai identity that people say, you haven’t really traveled if you haven’t tried this?read more
Australia attracts millions of tourists each year for it’s nature, wildlife, cities, and laid back beach lifestyle. Though sporting culture is a big part of Australia’s identity which draws tourism unlike any other country.
From the Melbourne Cup to the AFL, and the Aussie Open to the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, getting in on the sports betting scene is a rite of passage for sporting tourists.
However, before starting your sports betting experience in Australia, there are several facts you should keep in mind (the most important of which is to drink in moderation, and always gamble responsibly).read more
Winter is the perfect time to visit the grand cities and picturesque villages of Europe. From Hygge and café culture to winter wonderlands and festive markets, the continent offers up a truly magical choice of activities and destinations. Plus, with accommodation and flights generally being less expensive from November to February, your dream trip will be easy on your wallet too.
Away from the seasonal market rush, most major European cities are remarkably crowd-free in the winter season, making it an ideal time to travel if it’s your first time in the destination. More experienced travellers, meanwhile, will discover a cosier side to bustling cities and metropolises.
Whether you’re planning a last-minute trip for this winter or are already planning ahead to next year, check out one of the following destinations for an unforgettable winter getaway.read more
People travel to Paris for many reasons; for famous landmarks, amazing French food, parks and gardens, romance, and for fashion, architecture, and shopping. But another reason that pulls travelers from all around the globe is it’s impressive collection of art.
Even if you’re not usually a fan of museums, it’s likely you’ll still want to hit the Louvre. Though Paris has many more incredible artistic treasures, and here are the 10 best for you.read more
One of the trickiest things about traveling with a disability, whether that’s moving around in a wheelchair, or exploring a new destination without sight, is finding accessible places to visit.
Traveling with a disability may always present obstacles and challenges which won’t affect the average tourist, but that doesn’t mean that is has to be a massive headache.
Each destination will be different in terms of the way they provide for disability, and make their cities and attractions accessible for travelers. Here are our thoughts on making an experience in Rio more friendly.read more