Travel Thoughts

One day in Rotterdam

Do yourself a favour and take a time-out from the shenanigans of Amsterdam and make your way south to one of the busiest Port cities in the world – Rotterdam. After being virtually annihilated during the second world war, Rotterdam rose from the ashes to build a culture predicated on…

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Being a Digital Nomad in Bruges

And that will be the last time you see Brugge (pronounced Brooh-geh), spelt as “Bruges” in this article. Whether you’re inspired by the film or not (certainly the former for me), Brugge is a modern day historical masterpiece. The bite-size Belgian town commands first class tourist numbers for the nation,…

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5 reasons why you should visit San Pancho in Nayarit

Picture a pristine coast line, swaying palm trees, organic farms, delicious locally sourced food and friendly faces. San Francisco, known nationally as San Pancho (SP), is the Mexican getaway you have been yearning for. Away from the international spotlight of neighbouring town Sayulita and the very popular, Puerto Vallarta, the…

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Sunset on the beach in san pancho

5 reasons to live in San Pancho, Nayarit for Digital Nomads

The gig economy has revolutionised the way businesses near and far employ staff. With more demand for remote employees and contractors than ever before, freelancers and digital nomads have some decisions to make about their next work site. After working on the west coast of Mexico for 3 months, I…

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The Ultimate Guide to Vegetarian Food in Mexico

The Western world has done well to acclimatise to the surging numbers of hungry vegans and vegetarians. It seems like any carnivorous meal can be substituted with tofurkey, fakon or…mushrooms! But what about the countries that haven’t quite caught the tofu bug? Being a member of the life-long vegetarian club,…

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