In this 1 hour episode, we hear from Ruairí McNicholas, an Irishman based near Bangkok, running his own web design business. After trying a few different career paths, Ruairí (or Rory) settled on web work and setup his own business with a friend & partner. Oh and we also hear a shocking travel story that delayed this podcast being done! Tune in and enjoy.
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The Bootcast - SE2 - EP#6.
Eugene from Irish Bootstrapper interviews Barbara Fraile, about Life, Travel, overcoming trauma and her latest venture, a book about "money". Enjoy!
Become The Journey.
Living With The Big D.This is the backstory of the Irish Bootstrapper brand, as told by its Founder, Eugene Devereux. After battling depression for all of his adult life and quitting the traditional path, Eugene gave birth to a new movement to inspire others who may be battling with themselves to try something new, like travel, to push out their comfort zone and find meaning and happiness in the process.
Become The Journey.
Series 2 of The Bootcast kicks off today with Becky The Traveller. Becky's on a mission to make her passion for blogging and travelling a full time career.
With a love for the mountains and writing about her experiences, we get some great insight to what it takes to be a travel blogger in what may look like a crowded space. Enjoy this debut!
We recently caught up with travel titan Niall Stenson from Carlow, Ireland to learn about his outings and adventures around the world. From scuba diving to hiking and huddling together in freezing temperatures. To the hustle and bustle of the great cities of the globe. As with all of our guests, like on The Bootcast podcast, there are some great key takeaways from this Niall's story about leaving one's own country to stepping beyond the comfort zone and the life skills that travel opens up for people. Have a read below. Enjoy.
Angkoring at Siem Reap, Cambodia - Week 6
Madness With The Monkeys
6th March 2019.
If you read my last post, you’ll know about the night buses in Cambodia. I managed to get a few hours sleep on the bus amidst the dirt track roads, many stoppages and what seemed like near misses with oncoming traffic. We arrived at Siem Reap at 6.30am and we got a tuk-tuk to the Mad Monkey Hostel. Today was going to be a long day!
After landing in Bangkok all those weeks ago, from seeing the Buddhist way of life & temples, to trying Thai food and Chang and Singha beers. From feeding the elephants to experiencing true Thai living in its purest form, my passport stamp reminded me it was nearly time to move again.
I had touched down in Chiang Mai International (CNX) on my VietJet flight from Bangkok. For the past few years, I have wanted to visit Chiang Mai, mainly from seeing travel bloggers and the digital nomads vlogging about it all over the web. I landed early in the morning with no place to stay...
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