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Best cafes in Berlin for travelers

BERLIN’S CAFE CULTURE continues to evolve to serve digital nomads and travelers looking to post their latest Instagram stories, drink great coffee — and/or connect with locals. 1. Café µ (mü) A post shared by Hilda (@hildastenmalm) on Jan 2, 2017 at 12:31pm PST Café µ has wooden countertops, two large armchairs by the window, and in summer, tables and… Read more →

9 best cafes in Ubud (Bali) for wifi

Along with being the cultural and religious center of Bali, Ubud is becoming filled with more and more travelers who come to this quiet nook to find themselves, practice yoga or work. This last group, the “Digital Nomads” use wifi, smartphones and other cutting-edge tech in co-working spaces and tucked-away cafes. Ubud has responded by creating café work opportunities that… Read more →

Duluth Trading AWOL Bag: A Timeless, Military-inspired Weekender

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. I have a helluva time finding good luggage. Stylish bags tend to be too stodgy and “executive.” Functional bags tend to be too backpacker-esque and … functional. Finding a balance is difficult. I prefer timeless and well-made with whiffs of sophistication and ruggedness. I never realized that most military gear checks all the above… Read more →

TomTom Adventurer Outdoor GPS Watch: Getting Lost Never Felt So Good

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Activity monitors are all the rage these days. But, to be honest, most feel more like cute accessories than practical personal devices. I’ve previously tested others including Microsoft’s Band (and liked it, by the way). But I’ve always found them a bit too … basic. Until recently, it seemed the only viable alternative was… Read more →

8 Ways to Avoid Coming Down from Your Traveler’s High

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. “So it’s back to reality, huh?” I keep hearing some version of this statement from friends, family, even strangers, about my return from WWOOFing (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms) in Italy. At first, I’d shrug and nod, “Mmmhmm,” still daydreaming about being back in the Italian countryside, paying my room and board in grapes… Read more →

MailButler Is the Personal Inbox Assistant You Never Knew You Needed

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. As a travel blogger/photographer/writer/digital nomad/wearer-of-many-hats, I spend a lot of time online. Like, a lot. And too much of that time is spent in my inbox. Checking it, re-checking it, following up on old emails, scheduling future follow-ups to emails. And follow-ups to those follow-ups. It’s demanding, tedious, and, more often than not, a… Read more →