Nomadic News: 24 May, 2015

Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News – assorted links on travel and digital nomadery.

Crib notes from 8 years remote working – Veteran hobo Chris Kirkland on running a business while living the nomadic life.

Why I love living in Siberia – Henry Turner at

The statistics from two years traveling the world – Jimmy Dau’s record keeping is almost as impressive as the all the places he visited on this RTW trip.

Visiting salt pans in Petchaburi, Thailand – By Kevin Revolinski.

A billionaire’s advice: Don’t intern at Goldman Sachs. Travel. –

I lost all this stuff in Vietnam – Chris Brinlee Jr doesn’t lose his shit when he loses his shit in Vietnam. Don’t be lazy and read to the end 😉

The year’s most breathtaking travel destinations, from National Geographic’s 2015 Traveler Photo Contest –

How to live a middle-class life in New York City on less than $5,000 a year

Office Of The Week

2no Coffee  - Ho Chi Minh City
[2no Coffee – Ho Chi Minh City]

I continue to find new cafes to add to the Saigon cafes list. This one is 2no Coffee which is in a street I don’t recall having walked down before. I have been asked how I find all these cafes, and sometimes it is just a matter of going for a walk to a neighbourhood I haven’t been to and seeing what I find.

Nomadic News: 24 May, 2015 is a post from: Nomadic Notes

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