It has always been really easy for me to call a new place home. No matter if I’m at a conference in Berlin for a couple of days or staying on Koh Lanta for 2 months. After the first night I can call almost any place home. But while feeling at home comes for me really easy, there are always things that you somehow miss, depending on where [...]Katarzyna Potocka
Digital nomads live a life that a lot of people dream of but are to cozy in their well-know comfort zone to step out and really do it. So here are some things that hopefully will make you think about your life style. And maybe, just maybe you will just make small and tiny steps and live at least a part of your life as digital nomad. And if it goes well, you will maybe become one of those, that inspire others to live a little bit more liberate.
As you maybe read in my previous post we’ve been to KL — as the locals call Kuala Lumpur — over a weekend for a long weekend or aka ”visa run”. And because KL covers an area of 243 skm and it’s freaking hot, we kind of were forced to check out the public transportation instead of walking as we do usually. But what does that have anything [...]Katarzyna Potocka
While staying on Koh Lanta for 2 months, we had to make at least one visa run, because of the restriction of being allowed only to stay for 30 days in a row without a visa. So what better place to go for a visa run than Kuala Lumpur aka KL. We planned a 5 day trip so that we would have enough time to get to know Kuala Lumpur from each [...]Katarzyna Potocka
Last weekend we managed to do some cool stuff on Koh Lanta. We played Werewolf with up to 16 KoHubbers and one architect 😉 — the werewolves were definitely the winning team this evening. We also went once again to Saladan to try to get some money — nothing illegal 😉 And we had great 2 hours on the beach — which resulted in a sunburn for [...]Katarzyna Potocka
On Monday we’ve been to a Cooking Class at Time for Lime — organised by David Dand Vu. If you haven’t heard about him you have to check out his Vlog about travelling through Thailand and all his adventures. Time for Lime opened in 2003 and is located on Klong Dao beach — I have to say that I still don‘t have a total overview of all [...]Katarzyna Potocka
Today we had our first day at KoHub – the co-working space we will be staying for the next two months. We’ve been there already on Saturday, just to check it out. But today was our first real working day. So we planned on leaving our room at 8 am. And by my surprise we didn’t miscalculate that bad 🙂 We managed to leave our [...]Katarzyna Potocka