Bye Bye Bolivia – Hello Mexico

Perspective fun on the Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats

As usual, 4 weeks have gone by in the blink of an eye. Bolivia has not just been the most productive WiFi Tribe chapter I’ve ever been on, it has probably been the most productive month of my life. Ever.

Or at least since I was two years old and my brain was a sponge, soaking up words and worlds of information. I suppose that’s probably the most productive time in any human’s life in terms of life lessons learned.

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Bolivia is not your typical WiFi Tribe chapter – mostly due to its location. We’re staying at one of the co-founder’s parents’ house, about 45 minutes outside of La Paz – the highest capital city in the world.

We call the house “the Compound”, because there’s a big fence around the property, and the gates get locked at night. The little town it belongs to is called Huajchilla, and to get here from the city you drive along winding mountain roads, across bridges, around bends with 200-foot-drops down one side, and over construction sites where your butt gets sweaty because you’re so close to the crumbling limestone edge…

I love it! 😀 Continue reading “#betterinbolivia”

Writing for WiFi Tribe


It’s no secret how much a I love work-and-traveling with WiFi Tribe and how much I admire the founders and the entire WiFi Tribe team for continuously providing us with great co-working and co-living experiences.

Which is why I’m super excited to have become a part of the Tribe beyond being “just” a member – I am now part of the team’s writing staff. Yay! Continue reading “Writing for WiFi Tribe”

Apparently my daily routine (or un-routine) is fascinating enough to blog about :-D


WiFi Tribe recently started a blog-series called “A Day In The Life”, in which members and their daily work routines are featured. The purpose is to show aspiring digital nomads different possibilities of how to structure your day while constantly traveling and/or not working from your own home or office.

I was the first (I think) to be interviewed and here’s the result.

I think the indomitable Amanda Scott captured my ramblings about my daily routine – or sometimes lack thereof – perfectly. 🙂

Click here to read the post and find out how I make my work work on a daily basis:


Cape Town – The Safari Weekend (Photo Bomb #5)

“It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away from you
There’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do
I bless the rains down in Africa
Gonna take some time to do the things we never had”

~ Africa, by Toto

Actually, it took us two days – and many discordant renditions of this classic, just because it’s one of only two songs we know that mention Africa.

So yep, last weekend was safari weekend.

The Cape Town WiFi Tribe chapter split into two groups: the first flew to Port Elizabeth for four days, to visit Addo Elephant Park and get some action on the Garden Route; the second took a two day road trip to an ostrich farm and wildlife ranch in Oudtshoorn, as well as a private game reserve.

Fun, drinks and animal-cuteness-overloads were had by all.

And, of course, thousands of photos were taken. Continue reading “Cape Town – The Safari Weekend (Photo Bomb #5)”