I’ve stayed more nights at hotels and other accommodations than at “home” in the last decade and these are the steps I take to never leave anything behind.
This is a journal series of posts on specific days of my life as a vagabond. Written in or near real time as the day occurred in Cambodia and Vietnam.
A vagabonding nomadic life is a location independent one and as with any other lifestyle, it needs income to make it an active one – these are some of the methods.
Looking out the window of a long derelict safehouse in Guangzhou, China. Now used as a pit stop communal apartment for us retired agency folk.
This is a series of continuous posts of guides, hacks and tips on the vagabonding lifestyle and nomadic methodology. -view all vagabond guides
Airports can be used as temporary places to sleep, chill and “live” as if they were hotels, legally, comfortably and for free… This is how.