By JOSH FRIEDMAN Though widely considered to be a prestigious travel document, the United States passport has fallen to 38th place in the passport rankings compiled by tax and immigration consultancy Nomad Capitalist. Nomad Capitalist, led by global citizenship expert Andrew Henderson, publishes a passport index that differs fundamentally from other passport rankings FreeManPost has
Work in paradise Okay, it’s not exactly a hostel. It’s effectively a resort. But there is a hostel component to New Teddy’s On The Beach, located in beautiful Jambiani on the east coast of the the main island of Zanzibar, Tanzania. This beach resort of sorts has dorm beds placed inside big beach huts that
By JOSH FRIEDMAN In the first-ever nomadic journalism webinar, I reveal my formula for traveling to 20+ countries a year and share some stories from the reporting trails. Where should you be based? How can you find news to cover? And what are some of the tricks of the trade of a globetrotting journalist?
Josh Friedman notices a striking resemblance between a line of architecture in the heart of Paris, France and a line of architecture in Astana, Kazakhstan. Could it be that the mysterious symbolism in Astana is more inspired by Paris than the Illuminati? For background on Astana and Kazakhstan, as well as the intriguing architecture, watch
I thought I would be running from toilet to toilet with diarrhea. Upon returning from my first multi-country adventure several years ago, my stomach was ready to explode. I thought I was permanently restricted to living in the U.S., where I could maintain control of my diet. After all, I have gluten intolerance and other
In this video, I discuss some of the health, wealth and social advantages of having a home to return to while living a life of frequent travel. These advantages, however, don't necessarily outweigh the advantages of going even more nomadic. It depends on the person and the timing. In separate videos I will discuss
Josh Friedman shares his top lesson for anyone seeking a new life abroad or a new life of travel. Filmed outside Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria RELATED READING: 7 WAYS TO FLY FOR FREE 6 WAYS TO FIND THE CHEAPEST FLIGHTS
Josh Friedman embarks upon a day of border hopping in Central Europe complete with a look inside and out of the microstate Liechtenstein and an examination of the complex web of borders or lack thereof in the region. Find out which Central European borders goods and/or people can traverse freely. When it comes to
Josh Friedman kicks off his journey in beautiful Switzerland with a striking view of the city of Lucerne. Saboor Nadem, a refugee from Afghanistan who is living in the Lucerne area, discusses how he is finding life in Switzerland. RELATED PODCAST WITH SABOOR NADEM: AFGHANISTAN FROM THE EYES OF A JOURNALIST-TURNED-REFUGEE
Josh Friedman takes you to Bratislava, Slovakia, which is in the middle of Europe geographically and politically. Bratislava is quaint and located between popular European tourists destinations, yet Slovakia is often overlooked as a country, as well as a place to visit. Geographically, Bratislava straddles the Danube River, and it nearly straddles Austria and Hungary.