Going Nomadic is the ultimate anti-tourism, multi-media travel blog.
Created by Dani Blanchette in August 2011, Going Nomadic is a different kind of travel blog. Its mission is to show the places that tourists don’t go, and you can’t find in guidebooks. It is sarcastic, blunt, comical, multimedia, rocking, and informative.
Going Nomadic promotes travel by trying to make our readers want to have the same crazy adventures we do.
Originally a solo blog (though never promoted as such), it is currently changing to include Diego Vasquez; a bi-lingual, Paisa, drummer that Dani met and fell in love with while traveling.
Yup, a photographer and drummer traveling the world? What could go wrong?
Going Nomadic’s mission is not changing. Both Dani and Diego still are not fans of tourist traps, guidebooks, or events geared specifically to hoards of tourists. They would both rather get their information from the locals – best food, best hangout, best places you will never see another foreigner (but should).
They also love rock music, and Going Nomadic reflects that. Going Nomadic includes photography and stories about great local bands, shows, and venues.
Horrible at being tourists. Awesome at everything else!