“It’s fun to be able to just have the whole world basically be at your disposal …”
This week’s guest is Amy Scott from Nomadtopia and she has been living a location independent lifestyle since she quit her job in 2004 to take a trip around the world.
In this episode we talk about how often she travels, how she narrows down where to go next, and why two very popular digital nomad/expat hubs just didn’t quite do it for her.
“… Bali was really hard to get around if you’re not one to rent a scooter or hop on the back of a moto-taxi.” – Amy Scott
She also talks about the location that came very highly recommended but left her feeling uncomfortable the entire time she was there, the city that she’s absolutely fallen in with and may become a future home base, and her recommendation as a good starter city for someone taking their first trip out of the country.
“I was doing coaching calls at like midnight when we were in Thailand so, yeah, you got to factor that stuff in too.” – Amy Scott
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Mentioned in this Episode:
→ San Miguel de Allende
→ National Musuem of Anthropology in Mexico City
→ Amy’s eBook: Destination Nomadtopia
→ Check Out My Appearance on Amy’s Podcast
→ Amy’s Facebook Group: Create Your Nomadtopia
→ Click Here to Join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group
→ Sign-up for the Living Unconventionally Email List
To learn more about Amy, check out her website and podcast.
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