When you hear how much discussion goes on around location independent working, you’ll start to hear the question “what are digital nomads” more often. As we’re working on a docu about the phenomenon, here’s our first take:
About Koen Blanquart
Koen Blanquart is a strategy consultant, journalist, and author.
Wanderlust is one of his driving factors, and he shares his travels here on Boarding Today. Koen is also the skipper of SV Bagabonda, a sailing vessel making a slow circumvention of the globe..
Koen recently published a book on how to manage a remote team: The Suitcase Office.
Entries by Koen Blanquart
An impression of my first 24 hours in Thailand, just after the death of King Bhumibol
A first for me: having breakfast in a hotel while the dining room is actually being demolished and rebuild. Reconstruction.
Traveling to Costa Rica, on a budget? That sounds like difficult. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Up close and personal with the lava of a volcano in Nicaragua. A visit to Massaya, near Granada. Looking into the lava stream:
Becoming a dive instructor is the dream of many people. This is why I did it, and the choices I made to get certified and teaching.
When you first visit Santiago de Chile, it’s remarkable how stories from books and newspapers come to life: Allende, Pinochet, Falkland war…
Discovering Vietnam, that is discovering food. I went on a trip with Saigon on Bikes to discover the flavors of Ho Chi Ming City.
In the center of Ubud (Bali, Indonesia), a park hosts several 100 Monkeys. Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary: attraction or animal conservation?
Vietnam is a land of good food, interesting people and nice ways to get around. Have a look at my first impressions of Ho Chi Ming City (Saigon) and Hanoi