Travelling and working
I visited my sister in Canada, and then travelled much of North America, in a buick called Hank. I saw Canada and the US, whilst working day to day on my computer in motels.
When Hank finally packed in, I used buses and I couchsurfed a lot, always ending up some where mountainous for the winter season.
Travelling whilst working in Europe
A New Zealand friend I met in Canada then joined me in western Europe. We travelled for 5 months in my high-top VW camper van, Ellis. Naming vehicles seems to be ritual.
We had an amazing summer visiting different countries, and getting to know many people and cultures.
At the beginning of that winter, I drove to the French Alps to find a place to spend the winter in the snow.
There I met my partner, Ben who is, oddly, a website developer as well! Having jobs we could both do remotely meant we could travel together.
The first summer we got to know France, Italy and Croatia, using Ellis the camper van as a home and office, but always returning to the Alps.
Travelling whilst working in Asia
After some rest and recuperation we hit south east Asia. We travelled with backpacks; our home offices strapped to our fronts. It must have looked like we had a lot of luggage.
That winter we settled in Hakuaba Goryu, Japan to, again, spend time on the mountains. We rented a maisonette from which we could snowboard, ski and use the extra bedroom as an office.