Brussels is an interesting city: on the hand it might seem a little dirty at times, but on the other hand it has a beautiful charming city center. Even though the city isn’t as popular as Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges, it is really worth a visit. One day in Brussels is just enough time to see all the highlights. If you are wondering what to do in Brussels, continue reading for a guide with my best tips for things to do and see, where to eat and how to get there.
Living abroad sounds pretty dreamy to most people. And, it is! But people don’t necessarily realize that as a digital nomad there is a LOT of stuff to figure out, beyond the logistics of your amazing travel plans. It takes a lot of effort to figure out the logistics, like your health insurance, for example. Thankfully as digital nomadism rises in popularity, there are more and more solutions coming along that make life easier.
Picking health insurance when you’re traveling long term can be quite a challenge, especially if you don’t have a home base. Not every plan will cover your needs. Who really wants to be dealing with big insurance problems abroad? The last thing you want to do is having to fly back home to keep your health in order. In this article, I’ll be looking into two of the most popular options for insurance for digital nomads, World Nomads vs Safety Wing, and exploring which is the best health insurance for digital nomads.
The Italian capital of Rome is one of the most spectacular places to visit in Europe. History lies around each. corner, and it’s impossible not to fall in love when you wander the winding streets. With so many museums, churches and pieces of art to admire, there will barely be enough time to see everything in one visit – I recommend at least three or four days! The queues at some of these spectacular attractions can be atrocious, especially during the hot Roman summers. Don’t waste time waiting in line for tickets! In this article I’ll share the best tips & tricks to get into your favourite Roman attractions without waiting in line (and save some money while you’re at it!).
Canggu is Bali’s most popular location for digital nomads. Its location right off the beach, surrounded by ricefields and not yet polluted by heckling street sellers and honking taxi’s, make it a comfortable place to live. The dozens of delicious restaurants, quirky cafés and gorgeous boutiques don’t exactly hurt either! It’s hipster paradise. I got to live in Canggu for two months and during that time I ate out almost every single day. That’s how I collected the 28 best cafes and best restaurants in Canggu, Bali. I can’t wait to go back and add to it!
The romantic city of Bruges in Belgium is the stuff of fairytales (get the reference?). It’s the ultimate weekend getaway, and even in a day you’ll get plenty done in this compact UNESCO-heritage listed city centre. In the compact town, which is easily walkable you’ll be met with the most charming buildings from the middle-ages, some of them housing museums, others restaurants and others hotels. In this guide I won’t just be sharing a map of Bruges with my recommendations, but also my favourite sights to see in Bruges, the best cheap eats in Bruges, and some recommended hotels. Here’s what to to do in Bruges in one day (hint: one of them is eating!).
London is the best city in the world, there – I said it! The English capital has an array of fantastic sights, free museums, royal palaces, historic churches and fun tourist attractions that was surely make your visit a successful one. And I should know: I used to live there! London is one of the most visited city in the world, so wait times can be brutal. Don’t waste time by joining the tourists in the queue at these busy tourist attractions. In this article I’ve included my best tips on how to avoid waiting in line, the best times to visit and how to save money on the most popular London tourist attractions. Enjoy your trip!
I’m not traditionally a backpacker. Everywhere I’ve gone in the past, I had done so with a trusty suitcase. But as I went backpacking through Asia for two months, I figured I should listen to the advice of those around me and buy a good backpack. I knew I couldn’t just go out and get one. I needed one that specifically fit my (digital nomad) lifestyle, my body, and that could zip open at the front. So I did my research and after some testing I bought the Osprey Fairview 70L Backpack. I’ve decided to write a lengthy and honest review about the pros and cons and comfort of the Osprey Fairview backpack range. If you’re wondering if the Osprey Fairview backpack is perfect for you, check out my Osprey Fairview review.
I have been a fulltime digital nomad for a few months now, and as you may have noticed – I’m liking it a lot. But what you may not…