Today I took my new bike on a little trip to Gozo where we are staying for the next few months. I am planning to explore this little island with my bike as it obviously allows me to go to places where the car can’t go, and it’s always more fun going somewhere by bike than by car.
Upon moving to Barcelona a common consideration is whether you need to have a car or not. This might be a more common question for people who come from smaller cities.
Having a travel blog can be a very rewarding endeavour. However the initial steps can be a bit daunting as of course we need to deal with some technical aspects before we can get to what we want to do, which is publish great content about our travels.
Barcelona is one of the most popular cities in the world, and many people who come for a few months end up staying longer, sometimes even indefinitely.
The biggest expense you will face in Barcelona will undoubtedly be that for your accommodation, usually in the form of an apartment. Prices typically range between 800 and 1500+ Euro per month, to which you will also need to add the utility bills.
There are so many blog posts these days about Chiang Mai and all the possible spots for co-working in this cool city. As soon as we arrived in Chiang Mai again (it was our 2nd time in this city), we found this popular list of coffee shops for nomads in Chiang Mai where one can work freely enjoying a good cup of coffee and free WiFi.