Building & Maintaining A Lifestyle In SE Asia

Mindoro Waterfall

There’s a common trend that I’ve noticed among the travel blogger crowds that involves settling down somewhere, often in some cool bohemian location with fast internet connections and beautiful landscapes that inspire focus and introspective thinking, so that they can crank on work or a large project of some sort.

I did it (for 2 months instead of 4) in Cebu and plan to do it again in Thailand soon for a lot longer.

Erin & Simon from Never Ending Voyage, Johnny from Johnny Vagabond & Christine & her family from Almost Fearless have done it.

Even the Israelites in the bible times were known as ‘seminomads,’ often settling in locations long enough to build small economies and create agricultural systems during their 40 year exodus from Egypt. Continue reading

7 Essentials For The Entrepreneur On The Go

Minimalist Packing List

I have been on the road for 6 months now, more or less. My luggage consists of a carry on backpack and a messenger bag. I like to think that I keep it light for a first time, long-term traveller.

My style of travel is slow and (relatively) cheap. I’ve spent most of the past 6 months in 3 significant locations: the island of Bali in Indonesia, the tropical paradise of Puerto Galera on Mindoro, Philippines and the mellow student city of Dumaguete, PH. Continue reading