Stage three (wait, what happened to two?)

Sorry guys – high time for an update, isn’t it?

Okay.  So my first month of living as a nomad had a pre-arranged itinerary, planned well in advance.  The week in London, Christmas in Cumbria and New Year in Hamburg were all part of that. Continue reading

How it’s all (hopefully) possible

Okay, one last introductory post before I start talking about practical stuff, honest!

The first thing I want to point out is that this is not a financial extravagance.  Yes, I do hope to do a fair bit of moving around next year, some of it overseas; however, I won’t be spending a fortune to do so, for the simple reason that I don’t have a fortune.

While I’m at it, I should also point out that I’m not going too far in the other direction either. I’m not “going travelling” in the expand-your-horizons, gap-year sense of the term, wearing a giant backpack with a flag on the back (though I will, as it happens, be taking both a backpack and a flag). So I don’t intend to sleep in hostels, airport benches or anywhere else with an overabundance of people and a shortage of sensible internet access (especially since internets are kind of crucial to my job!).

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