Where are you from?
What do you do?
I’m a developer specialized in Ruby on Rails.
I quit my job at the end of 2016 to learn and improve my personal and professional skills while working on my projects. Actually, I’m working on nomadplanner.io, a webapp that helps me to control my expenses on traveling.
How are you nomadic?
In 2015, I joined Hacker Paradise for two months. After that, I continued working remotely and traveling Asia SE for 7 months.
Now and after 7 months living in my hometown I’ve decided to start traveling again, starting in the Indian Himalayas with Remote Explorers. Here I’ve had the opportunity to experiment India in a different way and I’ve enjoyed a quiet time in a beautiful environment. I even had the opportunity to listen to Dalai Lama in a 4-day teaching at the Dalai Lama’s Temple.
What’s your favorite part of being a nomad?
Where do I begin… Freedom, live in exotic places that maybe I’d never visited, meet people from different countries, know different cultures and realize that I really can live only with things that I carry in my backpack.
What’s your least favorite part?
The worst part of nomad life is to deal with visas for every country and the time that I lose looking for flights, accommodation, coworking space…
What’s next for you?
After spend two months in the Indian Himalayas, I plan to travel Asia again to discover new places. Next stop, Penang (Malaysia).