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The Digital Nomad Life: Global Roaming Tips & Tricks
It’s a good idea to independently verify all of the info below. This Guide is exactly that, and nothing more: get some general ideas, get thinking about things which might not have even occurred to you, and by all means comment on any page with any appropriate updates and corrections.
Check out the cost of living by country before making any big decision Internet connection speeds are an important consideration as well (best to verify ) Make sure your passport is up to date Be sure your vaccinations are up to date, including for COVID-19 If you don’t plan to be driving again soon you can still get US Touring insurance I got mine through USAA for $24 a year Keeps you in touch with your insurer (and outright cancelation looks bad) Consider getting an “International Plan” through your wireless service provider You can also use SIM Cards for the cheaper-but-inconvenient option Still try using WhatsApp for phone calls, and over a WiFi connection Also note that Internet service is not what it is in the US When booking an Airbnb, confirm with the host the quality of WiFi Use only one device at a time when logged into your Airbnb’s WiFi Bring all appropriate electronic plug-in adaptors for each country you plan to visit Stay in shape with exercises you can do pretty much anywhere Bring running shoes for exploration runs through new cities Use you two carryon bags as weights for leg lunges Laptop-powered fans, sleep shades and earplugs come in handy For hot, bright and noisy places when you just need to sleep Country by Country:
Egypt Single-Entry 30-Day Tourist Visa available upon arrival at airport for $25 Multiple-Entry Visa available for $60 Ireland 90 Days out of every 180 Days Schengen Zone Countries 90 Days out of every 180 Days Austria Belgium Czechia Denmark Estonia Do you speak English? = Kas sa räägid inglise keelt? Casa ragged Inglise Celt? Finland Do you speak English? = Puhutko Englantia? France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta The Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey 90 days within a 180-day period United Kingdom 180 days out of every 360 days
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