Work 3 months in a Western World then spend 9 months in Chaig Mai or another cheap Third World country. Or sell insurance online, face to face tutoring online via Skype or teach English overseas to name a few travel jobs. When your 50 years you can get a Thai Retirement visa that lets you stay for 1 year and you just keep renewing. You must have $25,000 in the bank to keep renewing the visa. Saves trips to Cambodia to renew visas (approx $50) Why Chaig Mai? - Lovely people
Was hoping to just pack the Nespresso Machine and run it off my battery but looking at the wattage of these electronic machines it seems I will flatten my battery very quickly. My wife said no coffee no adventure. So after much research I have found a non electric coffee machine that uses hand power to build up pressure to get that perfect brew. Will most likely purchase one and practice at work for a year before the Big Trip. Its appropriately called the Nomad and although
Bought a roof rack off E-bay which cost $229 plus $25 dollars postage.
It has three Racks to hold the load and is made of Aluminium to keep weight down (More weight equals more petrol). Hopefully I should be able to attach my awning to them without to much fuss.
Want to put some Marine Ply after making a light aluminium frame to hold the ply. This will act as a base from my future solar system and any things like crab nets or other dirty items. And provide a bit of shelt
What to bring? I am going to take many small trips this year to work out what i use and what I dont use. Here is the list so far: - Picnic Rug (Grass is itchy) - Snorkel Set - Guitar (Cannot find room - May have to leave at home) - Camper chairs (Good Quality ones) - Alcohol Stove (Safe Option and long lasting fuel) using cheap propane bottle ones instead very bad for the environment. But cheap stove only $30 - Laptop (big screen - offsite Netflixs and Spotify) - Got the Le
Here is a device that I may use while travelling around Australia. It's the Epson Workforce Wireless Portable Printer. The portability of being a Rechargeable battery means I can take it to the markets without needing to be near the Van's Solar Powered Battery System. Handy for invoices, advertising, photos etc... At $349 Dollars from Officeworks it seems good value. Not going to get as will hardly ever use it. As don't run a business from the van.
There is a need to pay for fuel and food to keep the adventure alive. Here I list some ideas that may assist you in funding your adventure: Travel Blog Coffee (No food license required) E-commerce (Drop Shipping) Selling Pancakes (All Dry ingredients) Wifi Reversing Cameras for Vans Free IT Advise (To draw people in - Using you existing skills) Free Lesson (101 Computing - Sell coffee at the event - Increase subscribers to blog) Sell USB Fans (Very hot in Australia) Sell Ser