The rustle of the wind in the leaves, the crackle of the campfire, the quiet of dawn as the sun rises, nothing compares to the beauty and serenity of camping.
Every person with a sense of adventure would the opportunity to travel the world, spending their time exploring new cultures and countries instead of pushing papers at the office. The age of the digital nomad is now, and the following job options could provide some financial relief while on your journey.
I’ve considered writing this post for some time now but been sitting on it, mostly out of fear. I created the original version of this site back in 2014. Back then it was nothing than a travel blog I created due to the rapid growth of the Backpacker Travel page
Most people transition to nomadic or expatriate living after many years of following the conventional work path. My path was a little different. I grew up in France near Strasbourg, but always had dreams of living around the world.
We’ve rounded up some of the best places to live and work in so that you can pick one and finally head off to chase the dream. Here they are, so sit back and enjoy!
Traveling can be really expensive. But once you get bitten by the travel bug, you can’t seem to help yourself. Wanderlust takes over rationality as you embark on an adventure. However, you should not live like a pauper in order to save up for a trip.
There is one thing about traveling that is unavoidable…. it costs money. So unless you have just won the lottery you will probably need to find work. The purpose of this article is to give you a good idea of our top 20 jobs that we think are the most suitable for travelers.
Have you ever just wanted to quit your job and travel the world? Well on the 28th March 2009, that is exactly what my wife and I did. Now I have to say this was not a spur of the moment decision.