Every time I stay at a Selina, I tell myself I won’t do it again. I have stayed at three different Selinas (Sayuliata in Mexico, Mexico City, and Parque 93 in Bogotá, Colombia). For me, Selina is trying to be too many things for too many people – and not doing any of them well enough. In my experience, Selina is a lot of smoke and mirrors – it looks perfect on Instagram, but the reality is disappointing.
As a solo female traveler and digital nomad, one thing I value is community. And often an easy way to get set up with a community and new friends quickly when traveling is to join a coworking space or stay at a coliving place.
Dating and love are fundamental parts of our lives. That doesn’t change when we hit the road. But dating as a digital nomad does present unique challenges — and opportunities. Read on to learn more about dating on the road — and some real-life stories of couples who didn’t just catch flights, they caught feelings.
Whenever people ask me how long I’ve been traveling as a nomad, I say, “I just started in September 2019 — I’m a baby.” There’s a bit of a street cred you have the longer you’ve been traveling, especially if you started doing it before it was a thing.
“When I was your age…” – we’ve all heard our parents, our grandparents talk about what things were like “back in the day.” Travel is no different. The exponential pace of technological innovation has dramatically changed how we travel – not just for our grandparents and our parents, but for us.