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Joshua Moody-Arndt

Cape Town, South Africa


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Digital nomad going deeper than the average tourist. Exploring the world by living abroad for 3-6 months at a time.

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ALos Angeles: Free things to do in Los Angeles?

Public transit is a bit complicated but doable if not on a strict time schedule. Also, renting a car will significantly raise the cost and force you to deal with LA traffic and parking. Gas is expensive, traffic is really bad, free parking is limited and often requires... See More

ABest chic hostels worldwide?

Freehand Miami​ is one of my favorites. ​The location is away from the crowds but close to the beach. They have private rooms and two different hostel rooms (4-bed and 8-bed). The rooms are really well designed, not only in how they look but also functionally.... See More

ACape Town: Best coffee in Cape Town?

Hi Giusi, I agree with Eniko. TRUTH Coffeecult​ is one of the best. I put in a second location they have since you emphasized being mature. This one is inside of a memorial and the atmosphere is much quieter.  Origin Coffee Roasting​... See More

ACape Town: Hidden Spots

I'm not sure what all you have seen. Are you mostly interested in nature or restaurants and things like that? This is really specific, but I like the area around Bantry Bay​. There isn't much beach, but there are lots of rocks that jut out into... See More

ABest Coffee Shop

Every time I go somewhere one of the first things I look for is where to get the best coffee. I think you can learn a lot about a city by the cafe culture or lack of it.  Not sure if I could pick one in the world so here are a handful of my favorites. Pergamino... See More

ABest way to meet people on the road.

Hi Kim, Hostels can be great if chosen carefully. I'd go for places that have a mix private and dorm rooms as well as a bar or restaurant that attracts locals. You're more likely to meet experienced travelers looking for more than just a party scene and locals... See More

ANew York City: Moving from NYC to San Francisco, advice on places to see along the way?

This really depends on directly you want to drive and how much time you have. If weather permits and you're up for a bit of an adventure you could take go north and stop in Badlands National Park​ and  Yellowstone National Park​. ... See More

AWhat are some underrated cities you've visited?

I really enjoyed Belgrade​. It's great to explore because many things are sort of hidden, leading to lots of opportunities to stumble upon not-so-obvious cafes and street art on random street corners. There's also hearty, but cheap food and many... See More

ANew York City: Things to do on an overnight layover in NYC and getting around

I agree that public transit is the easiest and cheapest option. You may want to take a cab when you return since it's the middle of the night. If you're main priority is photographing the skyline I strongly recommend you do it from Brooklyn. Brooklyn Heights... See More

ANew York City: Your top 3 must eat at locations while visiting NYC?

Totonno Pizzeria Napolitana​is way out in Brooklyn but it's one of the oldest pizzeria's in the city and one of my favorites. Plus the random Coney Island location adds something to the experience. Traif​has creative, modern... See More

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