Steam Train, Harz National Park

8 Things to See & Do in Harz National Park + Vanlife

Harz National Park is a mountain range located in the north-central region of Germany, not all too far south from the bustling city of Hanover. Wind your way along the steep mountain roads that seem to appear out of nowhere after endless hours of flat, and you’ll be glad that you made the trip! We

David in hammock overlooking the ocean

My 18 Best Travel Tips After 5 Years Traveling The World

It’s been 5 years now since I sold all my possessions and left England with the hope of seeing more of the world. My adventure started just before Christmas in 2013 when I took a one-way flight to Copenhagen, Denmark. I can’t say I was nervous, nor did I know what to expect and like

Using your phone abroad

The Travellers Guide to Getting Online & Data Roaming

The complete guide to SIM cards, WiFi Hotspot Devices & Data Roaming. For travellers and Vanlifers. As you might have guessed, Nadia and I both have remote jobs. They give us a ton of freedom, but as you also may have guessed – require us to be online and working — gotta pay those bills

Traveling the world – Saying yes to life

Joining the Vanlife movement in Europe

After four years of traveling the world full-time, We’ve decided to mix things up. We’re joining the not-so-crazy phenomenon of #vanlife. Unlike most vanlifers who are traveling around the US, we’re going to be joining the movement in Europe, and eventually taking our bus around the globe. Van

Lions Head Cape Town

A Travelers Guide To Cape Town

Cape Town stole our hearts. It has to be one of my all-time favorite locations on earth. A beautiful city with everything a digital nomad needs, fulfilling the daily requirements of a hipster with some of the best mountain and beach locations literally within a stone throw. It is fucking mega! So here

Table Mountain Cape Town

I spent the past 4 years traveling. Here are my favorite destinations

After four years traveling the world, this question has to be the BIG one. The one everyone asks me. Yet, for some reason, I’ve never thought of posting it online; so here it is. The best places in the world according to David. Me. I’m David. Hello! 👋 So, I numbered these 1 – 5,

Travel Apps

Top 5 apps for traveling the world

As the famous saying goes there’s an app for that and the same rule applies for travel. There are hundreds if not thousands of travel apps, and a lot of them do similar things, it just so happens a few are better than the rest. I come from the tech industry. I used to design

Roam Bali Co Living

My Top 3 Co-Living Spaces: Includes master list of co-living spaces around the world

Update: Since creating this post I’ve created a master list of co-living spaces around the world.  Co-Living is a thing. It’s becoming a big thing. It’s pretty much like the 90’s all over again where people have come back to the realization that living with others can be fun

Castle in Scotland

Scotland: A 10 day road trip

A few months ago we decided to go on a road trip around Scotland. For those that don’t know I’m actually half Scottish. My Dad is originally from Scotland and due to my rather nomadic lifestyle, we decided what better than to combine a family visit with this road trip and end up with our

Sand Dunes Cape Town

Sand Boarding in Cape Town

When you think of Africa, you think of going on safari. Driving down dirt roads, seeing the odd lion and being surrounded by wildlife. However, like most stereotypes, Africa has a lot more to offer and a lot more city life than you might think. We came to Cape Town; it made sense, the place