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Isla Holbox is a gorgeous island off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The island itself is fairly long, about 40 km, but only part of it is inhabited. The island has kept much of it’s original charm, as there are no cars allowed on the island. People get around on foot or by golf cart. Read more

I’m always on the lookout for new ways to create extra income on platforms that allow you to work from anywhere in the world. I recently started selling an Airbnb Listing Check service on Fiverr, one of the largest online market places for professional services. Read more

It’s every diver’s dream destination: Raja Ampat in West Papua, Indonesia. The archipelago, also known as the Four Kings, consists of 1,500 small islands, shoals and cays and has the richest marine biodiversity on earth, period.

The area is home to 75% of the world’s known coral species and hosts a wide range of big pelagic fish as well as manta rays, dolphins, migrating whales and several shark species.Read more

This is an A to Z travel hacking guide that explains in detail how anyone living in the US can travel for free by using reward points and miles to book flights and hotel stays. There is no magic, no secret tricks and it’s not rocket science. It’s simply taking advantage of the opportunities that are out there.Read more

They say if it flies or floats, renting is cheaper. Boats are expensive assets that are typically only used occasionally. In addition, the carrying costs are also high. Insurance costs, marina fees and maintenance expenses add up. As a consequence, renting is often a cheaper option. And that just got a lot easier thanks to boat sharing platform Barqo.

I recently spoke with co-founder Floris van Hoogenhuyze to find out what this platform is all about.Read more

During my almost 6 years of intense travel as a digital nomad ghostwriter I have lost over $4,000 US worth of equipment due to a most colorful rainbow of criminal activity directed at my belongings, plus perhaps another thousand of financial damage in various scams and overpricing. Read more

Rob used to be a graphic designer, doing various poorly paid jobs for various people, but that’s all he knew about. He was really in a rat. Then the internet came along and he build his site trying to find more jobs for his graphic design.

Rob currently travels the world while working on his laptop, making over $4000 a month on a platform called Udemy.Read more

Huzefa Kapadia is a former attorney who now makes a living tutoring math on Wyzant. Huzefa, who has no background or education in teaching, charges $120 per hour for his services and derives the majority of his income from the platform. When he started, he had no experience in tutoring and no existing clients. Read more

The year 2015 is the year of Udemy for me. My goal is to have ten courses live by January 1st 2016. My secondary goal is to make $10,000 of my courses by the same date. Although I prefer to set goals in terms of things that I can control, I wanted to add a financial goal to this challenge to keep me focussed. Read more

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