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  • The Ultimate Remote Work Setup for Nomads in 2024

    The Ultimate Remote Work Setup for Nomads in 2024

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    I haven’t set foot in an office since 2019. It’s 2024 in a few days and I hope to extend this remote working streak for life. In the last 4 and a half years I have put a lot of trial and error into getting a working setup that was “just right” and I am…

  • It’s Never too Late.

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    Since I last posted from Auroville almost 4 years ago a lot has happened. My 1 year round the world sabbatical turned into a full time nomadic life, I met my wife during my travels and lived with her in India and 3 more countries since. We are getting ready for a long adventure travelling…

  • Auroville – Utopia or Cult?

    Auroville – Utopia or Cult?

    I remember first hearing about Auroville when watching a documentary online, showing this allegedly perfect city. It described Auroville as a 3000 inhabitants experimental township, where people from 50+ different nationalities live, where no garbage is produced, everything is homegrown or sourced ethically, people focus on self development and on a lot of stuff I…

  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Sri Lanka

    5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Sri Lanka

    Heaven is a Jewel shaped Island. Sri Lanka is often compared to a gemstone due to its shape. Once you go there it won’t take you long to understand why Sri Lanka is not just shaped like a jewel but it really is a precious treasure on Earth. There are countless reasons why you should…

  • Why You Should Visit Georgia in 2020

    Why You Should Visit Georgia in 2020

    I will never get why Georgia as an European destination is so overlooked. This country has an Eastern European feeling but with a strong Georgian/Caucasian identity. It has everything a traveller might want: A beautiful, vibrant capital, an unique culture to discover, breathtaking mountains, glaciers, forests and some of the most welcoming people of all…

  • Falling in Love with Turkey. Photojournal

    Falling in Love with Turkey. Photojournal

    The first image that came to my mind when thinking about Turkey was a blue sky filled with hot air balloons flying over the beautiful valleys and fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. I was itching to go and see this spectacular scenery with my own eyes. Luckily I did and even managed to book a balloon…

  • 10 Days in Morocco: in Pictures

    10 Days in Morocco: in Pictures

    Like most of the people on this planet, I have a huge bucketlist. One of the items in my list has always been seeing the dunes of the Sahara desert. Add the spectacular views, landscapes, architecture, colours and atmosphere of a beautiful country like Morocco to the mix and here I am on my flight…

  • Portugal: in Pictures

    Portugal: in Pictures

    I must have been 18 or 19 when I picked up “Journey to Portugal” by Saramago from a bookshop and read his adventures across the country. My eagerness to go there kept growing as I went on reading Fernando Pessoa’s poetry at university. If you don’t know who Pessoa was please go on and read…

  • How is Burning Man? Here Are Some Answers and Pictures

    How is Burning Man? Here Are Some Answers and Pictures

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    “So How was Burning Man?” Every time I hear this question I seriously don’t know how to reply. It might sound cliché but the burn is something so unique and intense that unless you go and experience it yourself you won’t get it. First of all: It’s NOT a Festival. People don’t go for the…

  • How to Travel without Money – 4 Tips

    How to Travel without Money – 4 Tips

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    Many people I know (including myself) have asked, wondered and googled how to travel without Money and since 5 years ago I decided to stop Googling and try it out myself I reckon some people would like to know how it went and whether it’s worth it or not. Spoiler: I didn’t die. Before we…