Travel Thoughts

A series of insightful blogs, thoughts and information pieces documented during my travels around the world as a digital nomad.

Who will survive the Coronavirus (Covid-19)?

By Triv Andhare | Mar 24, 2020 |
working in new zealand

Tomorrow’s problems will not affect the folks who lived in yesterday’s world. The opportunity present today will not occur in your lifetime again, so make sure you are planning beyond Covid-19 and not for it.

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How to be productive when working from home

By Triv Andhare | Mar 18, 2020 |
morning coffee

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is currently experiencing unprecedented and uncertain times. Conventions are being tested through unorthodox workplace policies, like employees being asked to work from home. Working from home can be unsettling, especially while tasks continue to build up as you acclimatise to your new environment. These suggestions and tips will most certainly get you back on the horse and up to speed with your productivity in no time.

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What to learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Triv Andhare | Mar 14, 2020 |
visiting bruges

As my mind attempts to compute the chaos at hand, I’ve arrived at 5 lessons to be learnt from this pandemic (the least fatal of its kind in history, just quietly) but more importantly, the consequential opportunities it presents to build a stronger, smarter and evolved community.

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Will I find enlightenment during my stay in Varanasi?

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |
kids play on the ganges

Uncommonly known as the oldest city in the world, the first inhabitants of Varanasi date back to the 2nd century; and while today it is known as one of the seven sacred Hindu cities of India, Benares wasn’t always the land of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.

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The Esala Perahera Festival should be at the top of your things to do in Kandy

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |
Esala Perahera Festival there are dancers

The parade begins at the entry gates of the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa) and naturally, the streets surrounding the temple are packed by late-afternoon.

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An information blog about living in Puerto Vallarta

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |
A sunset over puerto vallarta

Puerto Vallarta (PV) is ideally positioned between lush hills to the West and pristine, turquoise waters to the East. Travelling and working abroad is exciting but it can also be daunting, especially if you’re somewhere outside of reliable comforts, like, language, transportation and food. Read ahead to find out how to travel local and travel…

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Low cost or full service carrier

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |

It is the Golden Age of Travel. 2018 saw Australia witness 42 million movements across its international border, of which 99% were by air; almost an 80% increase over a 10 year period…and that’s just one nation. To accommodate for the growing number of travellers, budget carriers have really been able to capitalise on price…

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A 3 day long weekend in Perth

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |
beaches in australia

As temperatures begin to cool off in Australia, it’s an opportune time to visit some of the continents otherwise warmer cities. Many travellers make Uluru an option this time of the year, but another city to consider is Australia’s farthest metropolitan, Perth. As the capital of the state of Western Australia, Perth is notoriously known…

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Should I travel to Uluru during my Australian holiday?

By Triv Andhare | Feb 17, 2020 |
travel the australian outback

By now I am sure you’ve seen the uncanny images of Australia compared to the US and Europe in size. While a little intimidating, they are an accurate representation of just how wide-spread this Island truly is. With masses of barren land taking up most of the inland area; industry and residence is concentrated across…

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The 5 things you NEED to know BEFORE an Australian road trip

By Triv Andhare | Feb 16, 2020 |
campervan driving at night in uluru

Australia is one big island! Roughly 5000 kilometres (3100 miles) from coast to coast. To put that into an European perspective, you could drive from Amsterdam (Holland) to Ankara (Turkey) and still not have covered the total distance! Fear not, us Aussies know that our cities and suburbs are quite spread out, so we’ve built…

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