Nick Grant

Posts by: Nick Grant

Nomad, Vagabond, Gallivanter, Globetrotter. A former wage slave to the corporate world of America and New Zealand, he now travels the world in search of exciting experiences and good company. Nick Grant is the sole founder and Editor-in-Chief of Traveller's Atlas. You find him on Twitter and Instagram @thatnickgrant

Traveller Spotlight: Nomadic Hustle

Written on September 25, 2019 in Random Musings

I’ve never been to South America, but Jake at nomadichustle.com certainly has. He’s originally from the States but has lived in various parts of South America for over 5 years now and loves it. He calls it home now. I’d say he’s a subject-matter expert when it comes to South America, so I’ve decided to...

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I’m quitting blogging

Written on June 2, 2019 in Random Musings

I don’t really like writing a blog. It feels like I’m back in college just trying to get to a certain page count and everything I could possibly share has been done, and better, than I can provide. Many other bloggers are light-years ahead of me in the travel blogging space and there are some...

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Best Hiking in the Blue Mountains

Written on January 28, 2019 in Australia

My first time outside of Sydney, I headed to the world famous Blue Mountains. Yes they are blue. Well kinda. The blue haze given off by the mountains isn’t a unique phenomenon to the Blue Mountains but rather all mountain ranges worldwide. distant dark mountains reflect little light to our eyes. Our eyes receive much...

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Odd Man Out. A 5th Wheel Story

Written on January 2, 2019 in Asia

Sometimes while travelling you make plans to share private accommodation instead of all sharing a hostel dorm room together. Sometimes it works out, sometimes not. We rented a really nice Villa in Uluwatu on Bali Island in Indonesia and it turned out to be a fantastic choice. The Villa is one of the nicest accommodations...

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6 Things to See in Ubud, Bali

Written on November 17, 2018 in Asia

Leaving the lonely Canggu villa, I arrived in Ubud to a more socialable hostel environment. Spending some time around like-minded travellers energized my spirit more than I received from the Canggu villa digital nomad life. I thoroughly enjoyed Ubud and has been one of my favorite places in Bali so far. I would recommend that...

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All the Best of Uluwatu, Bali

Written on November 1, 2018 in Asia

Uluwatu was by far my favorite place in Bali and the region where I spent most of my time. I liked it so much the first time that I came back a second time and it got even better. It has a bit of everything that I like, great beaches, epic sunsets, scenic ocean views...

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What a Weird 3 Weeks in Sydney

Written on October 22, 2018 in Australia

My first day began with a shared flight with my Ex-girlfriend. Something I was dreading but we managed to get along fine and even had a heart-to-heart chat before parting ways indefinitely. I still think she lacks introspection with her role in the breakup but that’s not really my problem anymore. I just don’t care...

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