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Blogger of the Month — The Aussie Flashpacker

Blogger of the Month — The Aussie Flashpacker

I read a lot of stuff about the struggle of modern urban relationships with a nomadic lifestyle. In fact, I also get asked quite often how I manage my dating life if I’m on the road for long periods. While I admit it’s quite a challenge, and way beyond my level of expertise, presently, it isn’t improbable. In fact, I have always ... Read More »

Travel Blogging: The Ugly Truth Social Media Doesn’t Show

Travel Blogging: The Ugly Truth Social Media Doesn’t Show

I’ve started getting to that phase of my travel blogging journey, where I’m beginning to gain a little traction. The universe is beginning to realize I am not just another of those thousands of travel blogs that pop up every day on a whim, only to fizzle out within a few months time. I’m beginning to see repeat visitors. I’m starting to ... Read More »

Blogger of the Month – The Freedom Travellers

Blogger of the Month – The Freedom Travellers

Greetings fellow readers! It’s that time of the month again — time for us to read about the story of another wonderful blogger that has discovered a new life through travel. In many parts of the world, the fall season’s just started and my Instagram feed is filled with spectacular fall pictures; but here in India, things are just beginning ... Read More »

Blogger of the Month – Julie Berron

Blogger of the Month – Julie Berron

When I started off The Blogger of the Month series, my main objective was to bring to my readers the stories of other travel bloggers that have inspired my own journey; to be honest though, the true keyword in there is really just ‘inspire’. While it’s true that I didn’t imagine making an exception to the criteria as early on ... Read More »

Port Victoria – The Smallest Capital in Africa

Port Victoria – The Smallest Capital in Africa

When people talk about the most mesmerizing capital cities in the world, you’d expect to hear the usual rabble about Paris, London, Prague, Budapest, New York – the usual suspects. Personally, I think Edinburgh stole my heart a couple of years ago, and I think it’s going to keep it for some years to come – the spell it cast ... Read More »

Blogger Of The Month – The Shooting Star

Blogger Of The Month – The Shooting Star

It’s time for Round 3 of the Blogger of the Month series. This is my first ‘series’ of posts on Nomadic Lives, and I must admit I’m beginning to enjoy this quite a bit. That’s it then, time for me to stop meandering and present to you, the Blogger of the Month – September 2015. Blogger Bio: Today I have the ... Read More »

North Shore’s Kahuku – A Hawaiian Paradise

North Shore’s Kahuku – A Hawaiian Paradise

The island state of Hawaii is a set of remote, cast-away islands in the North Pacific. Few places on earth come close to equaling the pristine, almost heavenly natural beauty of these islands. Their magnificent beaches and endless expanses of luxury resorts have appealed to travellers — particularly honeymooners –for decades. Amongst Hawaii’s well-documented coastline, the North Shore of Oahu ... Read More »

What Makes Dahab a Great Experiential Destination

What Makes Dahab a Great Experiential Destination

When you consider a holiday to Egypt, it’s practically impossible to imagine any vision occupying your inner mind other than the pyramids. Yet, there’s so much to Egypt than the legends of flailing mummies and grimacing Pharaohs. As proof, look no further than the ancient Bedouin fishing town of Dahab. Image via Flickr by Kyle Taylor Situated on the Sinai ... Read More »

A First Time Snorkeling Guide for Non-Swimmers

A First Time Snorkeling Guide for Non-Swimmers

Our life, it probably began inside of the ocean. About four thousand million years before now. Probably near hot places, like volcanoes, under the sea. And for almost all of that long time, all the living things were water things, living inside the sea. Then, a few hundred million years ago, maybe a little more — just a little while, ... Read More »

Blogger Of The Month – Wandering Earl

Blogger Of The Month – Wandering Earl

Guess who’s back with another brilliant blogger and some insightful stories this month? That’s right! Dusky’s here and today I’ve got somebody on-board that has been a privilege to have on this modest shanty that is Nomadic Lives. Hope this is as inspiring to you as he has been for me over the past couple of years. Presenting to you – Blogger ... Read More »

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