Country Nomad Blog — nomad internet

5 Remote U.S. Road Trips That Make You Feel Like a Nomad For A While


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Taking a road trip is such a soothing experience. Sometimes you just need to clear your head, and what better way to do that than traveling miles?  You can’t begin to understand how fulfilling road trips are unless you go on one yourself. To you, It may not sound like the bravest thing you could do, but for me, it is both an exciting and adventurous experience.  When planning a road trip, there are many things to consider. For example, the number of persons, miles, route, internet, and supplies. This is why you should pre-arrange and plan.  Supplies: Most of...

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Nomad Internet Travel Guide


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

No road trip is complete without Nomad Internet’s High-Speed Internet. Digital nomads are individuals who work remotely. They also depend on technology to work. Since nomads are not tied to a particular location, many work from hotel rooms, cafes, beach fronts, cabins, lake houses, and small towns. But, whatever location digital nomads choose to work from, they would always need the internet. So, what do you do when you have tons of work to complete but have no internet or cell service to do so? As frustrating as this is, it is sadly the story of many digital nomads. You...

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Nomad Internet is your Road Trip’s Best Friend.


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

  It’s no news that the invention of the internet has made our lives easier. With the world being digitized and interconnected, having fast, reliable internet is important—not just for work, home, or leisure but also when on a road trip. But why? Why do you need fast, reliable internet when going on a road trip? …You may say, “it’s just a vacation! I just want to stay off the grid and enjoy being wrapped in nature, away from the internet”. Well, your life, your choice. But vacations are not the only reason to go on road trips. Staying connected...

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Moving to a Rural Area?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

I have to be honest; sometimes it gets tiring to live in a big city. At some point, you’re sick and tired of the traffic and all the people. So many people. And as an increasing number of people get disillusioned with the big city life, there is a massive exodus of people to small towns. And it’s not just older people. Research shows there’s a significate number of young people relocating to small towns.  Wide-open fields, the sun, trees, greenery, beaches, and maybe a few animals.  It starts to sound super nice when right now you’ve been stuck in...

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How To Get Internet When You Have No Internet


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

For travelers and digital nomads, there’s no way of telling if the next destination your adventure takes you to has internet service or not. Visiting a remote area doesn’t mean you have to be cut off from civilization. With modern technology, you can live in a remote area and still be connected to the rest of the world.  However, should you find yourself in a situation without internet, it is good to have a backup plan in mind so that you don’t have to stay a day or more without an internet connection. Here are some ways you can stay...

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