Don't Remain A Tadpole

Don't Remain A Tadpole
In their endeavors to become digital nomads, Martin and Ying sold everything and bought one way tickets to Thailand. Apparently digital nomads are able to survive without a traditional 9 to 5 job. Martin and Ying have read up on the theory and are now putting it into practice, come along and follow them to see if it is possible to live the dream with just a laptop and the willingness to try something new!
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Ben Newman
21:52 PM February 10, 2014

I have nothing to give Martin and Ying but praise and my best wishes. To get up, sell everything at the drop of a hat and leave for another country takes great courage. I have followed their page from day 1, there never seems to be a dull moment. Unfortunately we seem to have a few of them here in the UK. I have given them 5 stars due to the constant uplifting wall posts and great photos they share with their followers. I shall continue to follow Martin and Ying on their journey through Thailand. "Stay positive guys" and remember "it's not the end of the world"

Sophie
10:39 AM February 12, 2014

I have been following Martin and Ying's adventure from the beginning and have enjoyed reading each update! They have shown us that anything is possible, life's too short, so go out there and live your life to the full! I will look forward to reading their next entry, good luck guys!

Dave H
15:05 PM February 14, 2014

A very interesting snapshot into a very different experience. Maybe a tad jealous of the escape from the standard....will watch Martins videos of his clumsy opening of various gadgets in amused attentiveness.

Peter
04:22 AM March 31, 2014

This couple appear to be having fun, good for them. Love the name of their blog although it did take a while for me to catch on. Will follow as I am interested to find out how they survive being digital nomads. Good luck to you both and a round of applause for having the courage to live in Thailand especially with the current political situation.

Michelle Sullivan
04:53 AM May 15, 2014

This is the exact same thing my husband Jon and I did (sold everything and got one way tickets to Thailand) I am even happier now to see another like-spirited couple.

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