Digital nomad Tourist Destination

 I moved around a lot. These are all places I spent at least two weeks in.

  • Valladolid (Spain)
  • Lisbon (Portugal)
  • Coimbra (Portugal)
  • Sevilla (Spain)
  • Pamplona (Spain)
  • Ronda (Spain)
  • Valencia (Spain)
  • Tarifa (Spain)
  • Koh Samui (Thailand)
  • Chiang Mai (Thailand)
  • Siem Reap (Cambodia)
  • Essaouira (Morocco)
  • Brno (Czech Republic)
  • Shkoder (Albania)


I’m probably forgetting some, but here’s my top three (in no particular order), and an explanation of why.


I spent August 2015 in Seville, and it was the hottest month of my life, peaking at 48 centigrade! Despite the heat, I completely loved the city, how alive it was day and night, how beautiful the people and the buildings were, how green the parks were and how succulent the food. I found great company in my Airbnb roommate, and we explored the city together. This city is so liveable, and I plan to live here again in a few years time, perhaps even buy a place!


This is the first place that I went back to to live for a second time. The cost of living is incredibly cheap, I had a two storey penthouse with sea views, an office, three living rooms, two terraces and a gorgeous kitchen all for £240 a month. The people are super friendly and welcoming, and they taught me a lot about Muslim and Moroccan culture, food and music. I learned to surf here, so it will always be in my heart.


This is where I live now, I’ve been here since September. I found a place in Brno that offers me the opportunity for well-paying local clients, low cost of living, great quality of life, beautiful women everywhere, fair tax agreement, amazing public transport and small local airport which incredibly flies direct to the local airport from my hometown for about 10 euros each way! The city is full of young people, music, culture, art and life. It’s cold as hell, and that’s the biggest drawback, as well as the language, which is alien to me.

I would quite happily spend four months a year in each of these places

on rotation, but that’s not how I travel :)


Beautiful Brno Cathedral!