Bangkok probably doesn’t come to mind when you think of romantic cities. But this urban jungle has much to offer romance seekers. From some of the world’s best luxury accommodations, to Asia’s best shopping experiences. Bangkok is a great place to have a romantic weekend. Here i’ll give you a few tips on how to […]
Have you dreamed of becoming a digital nomad? Read the inspirational articles and paid for the expensive course teaching you how to make money sitting on the beach? Well here’s a bit of a reality check for you. It’s not all Pina Coladas and Sun Tanning. Here I how you the other side of being a digital nomad.
Chiang Mai is one of Thailand’s most popular destinations. But not everyone’s fallen in love with it, including myself. However, Chiang Mai most certainly offers something for everyone. From stunning nature to delicious cuisine, this guide to Chiang Mai will show you a few of the places and things that make this northern Thailand destination so popular.
London has long been a regular stopover city of mine. Seeing me come through at least 6 times every year. Sometimes I stay a few hours. Sometimes it’s a couple of weeks. No matter how long or short the visit, London always keeps me plenty entertained. My most recent trip was a short one. I arrived at 6 am and had to leave around 10 pm. So I decided to show you what you could do in London for a day. Although it won’t be cheap, I can assure you that you won’t leave without a memory or two.
Too often people focus only on the gear they use. Capturing great travel portraits is a combination of technique, gear, and patience. Here are a few tips to get you started.
On top of the clear stress of moving to another country, one must deal with the added pressure of being a good Expatriate. An Ambassador for your home country if you will. Assuming you want to leave the place better than you found it and pave a positive road for those that come after you, being a good expatriate should be something you strive to achieve. It’s a conscious and daunting task but one that’s proven to increase the benefits of your stay. Not only from a personal one but a humanistic one as well.
The expatriate may be a retiree looking to live out their golden years in paradise. Or a Peace Corp volunteer providing much-needed education to indigenous peoples. But whatever your position, engagement with the local community is essential. Here we give you a few tips on how to be a good Ex-Pat.