Especially in Southeast Asia, traveling as a digital nomad it can be difficult to find good, comfortable places to work from. First of all, the internet in most places simply sucks. Don’t assume because they have a “free wifi” sign out front that you’ll be able to use it; many times it’s too slow to… Continue reading The Best Cafes to Work from in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Sometimes the life of a Digital Nomad requires him to settle down for a while and get some work done. The time for that, for me, is now. I just started a part time web development job with a company out of London and I simply can’t pass up the opportunity. The nice part –… Continue reading Prague Coworking Spaces Comparison
For a while there, HostelWorld.com had a real monopoly on the hostel booking business. After all, they hold the license to the BackpackOnline booking software used by nearly all of the hostels I’ve been to, not to mention their customer interface (the HostelWorld.com website) is friendly, attractive, and easy to use. But one main competitor… Continue reading HostelWorld vs. HostelBookers
I’ll admit, my first impression of this place wasn’t so great. It was late at night, I couldn’t find it, and the only identifier that you’re in the right place is a small sign on the intercom, which you have to call to get in each time. The hostel itself is all of about one hallway with four dorms and two bathrooms, no common room or kitchen, no lockers, and is often noisy at night.