Just south of us lies the adorable village of Bandon, Oregon. Founded in 1873 by Irishman George Bennet who named it after his hometown in Ireland, this little town of just over 3000 features about 10 square blocks of fun with restaurants, shops, a brewery and more.
If you want to travel, but still be able to afford your travel by working as you go, then digital nomad like sounds like it could work for you. It is all about being able to travel around and experience new things, all while working remotely in any location (as long as there is some WiFi)! On average, many digital professionals will tend to stay in one place for a few weeks up to a couple of months, visas depending, before moving onto somewhere new. So a dream of traveling around the world in a year could happen sooner than you think, especially if you are able to pay for things as you go, rather than saving up. As long as you have clients, or have an employer that is fine with you working abroad, then you’ll be able to work as you go. So here are some digital nomad life hacks, to help you make this way of living and working, work for you.
There may come a time where we come into money, or experience an upturn in our business, or gain a large bonus, or wish to celebrate something truly amazing. It’s in these moments that we can feel somewhat excited to spend on something we may not have otherwise. Of course, as a seasoned traveler, or someone who simply wishes to craft the best memories with those they care about, luxury travel in style can seem like the best option.
Less determined and experienced hikers might look at the temperature drop, the snow-covered roads, or the frosty windows and believe it’s the time of year to hang up their hiking boots for now. But, adventurers such as yourself know there’s no such thing as an off-season, and with a change in weather comes brand new places to explore.
If you are preparing for your next great adventure, going at it blind isn’t always the best option. Sometimes taking the time to do a little forward planning can help you get so much more from your trip.
While planning can sometimes seem a little boring, it can keep you safe, keep costs down, and allow you to enjoy your trip far more. Today we are going to be looking at five tips you could put into action before you head out to discover new wonders.
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The state of California is a place that many people want to tick off their list, and it is easy to see why. There is some great weather, stunning beaches, good shopping, tasty food, and many world-famous sites to see for yourself. But with it being such a big state, and with a mix of coastline, cities, mountains, and National Parks, it can be tricky to know where to visit first.
Meeting people when you are out traveling alone doesn’t need to be difficult. In fact, it is way easier than you think!
Give Everyone a Chance
It’s so important that you keep an open mind when you are traveling. At the end of the day, you are going to meet people from all corners of the world. They may be older than you, have different interests or even do things that you personally wouldn’t, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t strike up an unlikely friendship.
Milwaukee is one of those surprising places, that isn’t as well known or common as a destination for travel, but people who visit tend to go back time and time again. A regular Traveler will find out precisely what they need to know about an area and have the best time. But not all of us know exactly what’s going on in our travel destinations, so we need a little bit of help in that area. There are many things to do in Milwaukee, and it’s important to remember that any destination is what you make of it. You’ll find most places have culture, Culinary delights, Scenery and shopping opportunities. But what does explicitly Milwaukee have on offer?
One of the prime benefits of being back on the stunning coastline of Oregon is the abundance of fresh seafood. Over the last couple of winters in Baja we’ve been spoiled with fresh fish but of the warm-weather variety. Back here in often blustery Oregon we are once again indulging in such delicacies as fresh crab and oysters along with several types of clams, tuna, and Pacific salmon.