Greetings from Saigon! Here is this weeks edition of Nomadic News.
Work And Travel
How to travel the world for life (and work while you travel) – Benny Lewis has just celebrated his 11 year travel anniversary, and to celebrate he is telling you how to do it too.
How we make money travel blogging – Caz and Craig from ytravelblog.com spill the beans on their blogging business.
The practical guide to making money while travelling – Brendan from brenontheroad.com lists some real life experiences of the age old question asked by those interested in perpetual travel.
pandabed.com #BestInternship In The World – This “job” involves travelling to 10 cities in Southeast Asia in 30 days. This looks more like a competition than a job but it is certainly a creative way to get attention for an internship.
Bali’s not just for tourists: Here are 5 co-working spaces in paradise – I have posted my list of cafes in Bali to work from, but if you prefer an office-type environment then this list from techinasia.com is a great resource.
The world’s best start-up hubs: Bali, Indonesia – And speaking of Bali, an interview with Peter Wall of Hubud, a co-working space in Ubud, Bali.
Thailand won’t make you happy – While I love living in Asia, I know it’s not for everyone. Bill from rebelceo.com makes the case for being location independent in his home country.
The American Poker Frat of Playa del Carmen – An insight into location independent professional gambling.
7 real people’s Instagrams that will make you want to travel right now – My Instagram account received a firehose of traffic for a day after being featured on Yahoo! (their exclamation and mine), so welcome new Instagram followers. If you have Instagram you can follow me at instagram.com/nomadicnotes.
Office Of The Week
[M2C Cafe, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam]
I don’t joke when I say there is a new cafe opening in Ho Chi Minh City every week. This week I got to check out M2C Cafe in district 3, opposite the War Remnants Musuem. This is the second M2C Cafe (and part of the Id cafe family). I like the work tables at this cafe and it could become another regular.