Google may be calling people back into the office, but many other companies — not to mention entrepreneurs — are still committed to remote work.
From Croatia to Barbados, destinations provide vastly different experiences for foreigners who wish to work from new shores. The weather is usually better (save hurricanes), and costs can be cheaper (excluding imported goods).
But life isn’t an Instagram photograph, warned one digital nomad who spoke with CNBC Global Traveler about living and working abroad.
Name: Jubril Agoro
After more than a decade of life as a digital nomad in places such as Thailand, Colombia and Africa, Agoro arrived in Bali in December of…