In 2009 I decided to radically change my life in the Netherlands and become what I call an I-nomad or information technology driven nomad.
I gave up all belongings besides easy to carry luggage with bare essentials.
I-nomads usually live in guesthouses or hotels, being able to move anywhere at any time they choose. What's the point you may wonder; the answer for me is simple: feel free, feel happy. This is a personal perception, since most people will experience happiness in a more conventional setting.
My life style is often being referred to as Perpetual / Permanent Traveler / Tourist, which is.....is, OK is fine with me. I-nomads are mostly in possession of a laptop, netbook or alike to manage the necessary income derived from royalties, web-publishing, financial investments or similar means which can be controlled remotely to maintain their self-imposed lifestyle budget.
Currently I am traveling through South-East Asia and since more than two years together with my companion and fiancee Polly.
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Really! Because thai's are usually kinda relaxed about these things. I've even seen places where locals bring their own drinks and just sit and chill if not too crowded. ;)ReplyDelete
Yes, how true, but this sign seems not to be intended against the locals, but more specifically against Africans, so I was told. Here in Pratunam the're quite a lot of them. Some are using the cafe/restaurant on the picture as a hangout.ReplyDelete
I'm not sure and I don't want to judge based on race, but I find it hard to conceive they all can make a living out of just buying fashion here and selling it back home or are merely having a holiday.