Ah, Puerto Escondido! This hidden gem on Mexico’s Pacific coast is the perfect destination for digital nomads looking for a mix of sandy streets, delicious food, and strong internet (thanks Starlink). With its stunning beaches, lively surf culture, and unparalleled…
Thinking about becoming a digital nomad in Portugal? Find out everything you need to know about the Portugal digital nomad visa for Canadians. From eligibility requirements to the application process, I’ve got you covered.
With more and more digital nomads moving to Lisbon, there is misinformation about all the great cafes you can work from. Many of the coffee shops who once didn’t mind the occasional digital nomad coming by to work for a…
For my first time in Germany, I booked a long weekend to Berlin with two friends from London. Berlin is a vibrant city, filled with history, alternative cultures and bustling restaurant scene. I was drawn to Germany for the Christmas markets, and luckily a couple were open this mid-November weekend. The weather during our weekend was very cold, so our activities and itinerary changed to ensure we could warm up inside every few hours.
Lisbon has new cafes popping up left, right, and center but they are all not intended to be new coworking locations (and fair enough). Here is a trusted list of cafes that are lovely to visit and enjoy, but not spend any time working from.
Casa Reia is marketed as a luxury, tulum-eque beach club, but lacks the service and quality standards to consider itself a true luxury experience. It’s located in Costa da Caparica, a 20 minute drive from Lisbon.
A short three hour drive from Toronto, Prince Edward County is a combination of wineries, great restaurants, bike trails & national parks. Vast skies and beautiful landscapes offer something for everyone.
Porto is a fascinating and vibrant city in northern Portugal that is perfect for a 2 or 3-day stop on your Portuguese vacation. I traveled there in February of 2022 and have highlighted what to do and where to eat in this Porto Guide