Updated on June 26, 2020 As of this writing there are over 3200 deaths globally due to the recent COVID-19 virus outbreak. The numbers are straggering every day and the virus is spreading across the continents.
The effort to create the new seven wonders of the world started way back in 2000 as a campaign to select out of 200 or so historical monuments. Almost 100 million people voted to declare the New Seven Wonders of the World. Now millions of tourists flock to these sites on an annual basis adding more concerns to protect these sites from vandalism and general ruin.
Digital Nomads (people who are location independent and work online) are quite different from seasoned travelers and backpackers. They tend to go for places with lower cost of living, lower pollution, strong internet connectivity and most importantly opportunity to connect with other digital nomads.
It is a no surprise that Chiang Mai is one of the top places for Digital Nomads. Due to pleasant all year around weather, low cost of living, access to nature and temples, delicious thai food and fast internet connection, Chiang Mai has quickly became the destination where many Digital Nomads flock.
My travel path around the former Yugoslavia region started in Slovenia and then made my way south traveling along the beautiful Adriatic coast to Croatia and Montenegro. Then I headed up north to Bosnia and Serbia. I skipped Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo due to volatile security situation at that time.
If you are a frequent traveler you must have experienced the good, bad and the ugly side of travel. Well let’s hope you didn’t *actually* experienced the ugly side. For example getting a surprise upgrade to Business class would be a good experience. Or being hosted by some random local who is trustworthy is a […]