I’m a homeless man with homes all around the world. A nomad. “Home” is a relative term and in this case it’s where I happen to put my backpack down…
Rest, recover and relax. Any place with walls, on wheels, in a tent, on rails or simply under a roof.
ASK is a series of posts answering questions asked by readers about the vagabonding operative lifestyle. Contact me to ask your own.
My “life kit” as a vagabond evolves and upgrades the longer I travel and the more I live a life nomadic – this is my latest loadout carry system.
Living itinerantly out of a backpack for long periods of time requires a precise packing list that efficiently makes use of the limited carry space.
This is a series of posts about ‘how to live out of a backpack’ as a nomad, minimalist, operative, expat, traveler or for everyday life as a lifestyle.
Vagabond’s have a viciously nasty enemy that lurks in the shadows, attacking randomly and at will… we call it “Traveler’s Diarrhea“.
This is the annual cost concept of living and operating as a modern nomad with moderate (world) travel and minimal luxuries.
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.