Havana is a unique place, a city frozen in time. I spent there a week, meeting locals, partying in very Cuban places, eating street food and listening to the incredible stories of the people who live there. Here are a few tips on how you can live a truly local experience, avoiding tourist traps.
If I have to describe Patagonia in two words, I would say: blue and windy. Blue, because lakes, lagoons and glaciers are so deeply blue and breathtaking. Windy because, even if it’s not as cold as you might expect, the famous Patagonian winds hit you so strongly!
I have been traveling with WifiTribe for five months so far: it’s very easy and comfortable to have everything set up, from the apartment to the wifi, traveling with old and new friends every month. However, I miss having some time for me or for exploring more on my own. Luckily, between a chapter and … Continue reading Cordoba: my first experience as a solo traveler
I have just left Rio de Janeiro after a month spent there with WifiTribe and I’m already looking forward to coming back! For me, Rio is the best city in the world! Nature, landscapes, people, culture… everything is just amazing!
The Atacama Desert is a must to see in Chile. Its variety of landscapes is stunning: one day you are walking in a moony desert, while the other day you are swimming in a lagoon or driving in the snow.
When I told the taxi driver that I would have spent an entire month in Lima, he looked at me as I was crazy. According to him, and to many travel blogs I read, Lima is just a city where you spend one or two days, a hub where to step briefly before taking your … Continue reading A month in Lima as a Digital Nomad
I have lived in Quito for the last month: the first “chapter” of my digital nomad experience with WifiTribe was great! I’m already in Lima while writing, as it has been a month so full that it has been hard to find the time to write. But here I am and here are some thoughts … Continue reading Living as a Digital Nomad in Quito with WifiTribe
So many goodbyes during the last week! After two years in Barcelona, in a few days I’m leaving for a one-way trip to Quito, Ecuador. I leave here many good friends and awesome memories, but it’s time for new adventures!
I lived for four months in Fuerteventura working remotely and I saw almost everything the island has to offer. Twice. Or maybe three times. So, if you have just a few days, I prepared an itinerary so that you don’t miss the most important spots.
Do you think Barcelona is expensive? If you drink a sangria on the Rambla or eat a paella in a touristic restaurant near the beach, you can actually spend a lot of money. But if you know the right places, you can eat or drink on €1 or even for free!