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One place you really shouldn’t miss while you’re in Belgrade, Serbia, is the Nikola Tesla Museum. The Tesla Museum is an interactive experience about Tesla’s past as well as our technological future. A history about one of the world’s...Show More Summary
Hopping into a taxi – or even finding one – in a foreign country can be a daunting experience. Once inside you never know if you’ll see a working meter or have a sweet talking cabbie who knows how to extend your route just up to a price you’re not likely to argue about. Show More Summary
WiFox is a map of airport wifi and lounge passwords from around the world that’s updated in real-time with information verified from other travelers, pilots, and reliable sources. Last month I released WiFox for iOS, starting today it’s available for Android devices on Google Play. Show More Summary
This is a guest post by Claudia Tavani, a former human rights lawyer and academic who has previously written about traveling in Cuba and the 5 best beach in Sardinia, for foXnoMad. Claudia, who is from Sardinia, abandoned her careerShow More Summary
The art of smoking shisha (or nargile as it’s also commonly called) isn’t so much about exhaling plumes of flavored smoke from your lungs as it is for cultivating conversation, reflection, and relaxation in many parts of the world. Originating...Show More Summary
This post is a part of Geek Takeover Week 2016. This above is a photo from Chisinau, Moldova’s Jewish Cemetery, the largest in Europe. But you may be noticing something familiar about the hand gestures on this tombstone – especially if you’re a Star Trek fan. Show More Summary
Available on iOS, WiFox is a continuously updated map of airport and lounge passwords from around the world available to travelers offline, so you can use it without an Internet connection. WiFox is based on my popular map of wireless...Show More Summary
This post is a part of Geek Takeover Week 2016. This is a guest post by 15 year old writer and #1 Potterhead Brian Selcik, a student at the Metropolitan School of the Arts as well as Hogwarts. Brian has dedicated his life to J.K. Rowling’s...Show More Summary
This post is a part of Geek Takeover Week 2016. It has been widely reported that NBC’s coverage of the Olympics has been terrible, sexist, and tape-delayed, but even if you’re not in the United States, getting good coverage of the sports you want shouldn’t be left up to your TV. Show More Summary
The annual week of the nerdiest posts – that may or may not be travel related – I, and your fellow readers could come up with, begins right now. For this week only, each day will feature a new Geek Takeover Week post, breaking from the regular Tuesday/Thursday post schedule. To let you digest it […] The post Geek Takeover Week 2016 Is Here appeared first on foXnoMad.
This is a guest post by Damian Irimescu, a Romanian techie and blogger who loves to write about life experiences. In his own words, “whenever I have the chance to discover a new place, I don’t think twice.” Damian recently began focusing...Show More Summary
Although being a dual citizen isn’t common – it’s estimated only 1-2% of people worldwide [PDF] are one – questions about how to travel as a dual citizen are. Having two passports from different nations can get confusing when your planning...Show More Summary
foXnoMad got a new look last week and over the weekend some enhancements. To help further protect your privacy and security online, all connections to foXnoMad are now using TLS encryption. This means, among other things, your comments...Show More Summary
This is a guest post Barry and Julia, who sold up in the UK to travel around Turkey for 6 months. They’re still in Turkey, living in Fethiye on the southwest coast. Their blog, Turkey’s For Life is a slow travel and food blog about Fethiye and other parts of Turkey. Show More Summary
This is a guest post by Lillie Marshall, travel blogger at www.AroundTheWorldL.com and mother to two young children. Find her at @WorldLillie on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and beyond. Being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to stop traveling! Just follow these tips that I’ve gleaned from two pregnancies around the world, and voyage on. Show More Summary
You might have noticed this site looks very different today since for the first time in 7 years, I’ve given it a major redesign and a new foXnoMad logo to go with it. I have a lot planned for you in the coming weeks so it seemed only appropriate to freshen up my digital wardrobe. […] The post foXnoMad’s Got A New Look appeared first on foXnoMad.
This is a guest post Lillie Marshall, travel blogger at www.AroundTheWorldL.com and mother to two young children. Find her at @WorldLillie on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and beyond. Being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to stop traveling! Just follow these tips that I’ve gleaned from two pregnancies around the world, and voyage on. Show More Summary
Richard McColl is a freelance journalist and author based in Bogota, Colombia. He is currently pursuing a PhD and also runs a small hotel, La Casa Amarilla, in colonial Mompos. His podcasts “Colombia Calling” can be downloaded on iTunes and Stitcher. Show More Summary
I can’t believe I just typed out that title. I recalculated it a number of times to make sure I wasn’t adding an extra couple of years but that’s right, 10 years ago on this date I wrote the first foXnoMad post. A Short History Tale Back then in 2006, this was a blog I […] The post I Started This Blog 10 Years Ago Today appeared first on foXnoMad.
This is a guest post by Claudia Tavani, a former human rights lawyer and academic who has previously written about traveling in Cuba for foXnoMad. Claudia, who is from Sardinia, abandoned her career to follow her true calling, whichShow More Summary