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Feb 15, 2017

Andrew is currently in India, but he took a week off last week to visit and enjoy Cambodia. On this week’s quick introduction, Andrew explains why he loves Cambodia, and does a quick comparison between Cambodia and India. What can you expect when you visit Cambodia vs. India? Find out today!

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Andrew's Editorial:

[1:35] Andrew is currently in India.

[2:35] For the first time ever, Andrew saw a guy  who could not open a bank account in Singapore.

[3:00] Knowing where you are being treated best is important!

[3:30] Andrew does a comparison between Cambodia and India.

[4:00] Anybody can get a visa for Cambodia!

[5:30] Cambodia isn’t perfect, but it’s riddled with opportunity.

[6:05] The visa process in India is awful.

[7:50] Both Indonesia and Vietnam aren’t the best places to invest in right now, but they’re moving in the right direction.

[10:35] Looking at the visa process gives you a good idea about where the country is headed.

 

Interview:

[12:05] Yasmine discusses how to pronounce her last name!

[13:30] Why did Yasmine want to leave Sweden?

[16:50] As a nomad, has a higher dating bar been set before Yasmine has traveled to so many different countries?

[21:25] How does Yasmine define what an obsessive traveller means?

[24:40] Always on the go, always traveling, is a bit scary for most people.

[28:50] London rent is expensive!

[34:00] What kinds of projects is Yasmine looking forward to starting?

[36:35] The ‘digital nomad’ scene is exploding right now. Although Yasmine has been one for many years, it wasn’t until recently that she discovered the term, ‘digital nomad’.

[38:20] Is it true that the Swedish love paying taxes?

[40:25] There are always positives and negatives to any country, and Sweden is no different.

[44:40] Andrew believes Kuala Lumpur is the best city in Southeast Asia.

[48:35] What does Yasmine mean by, ‘Traveling was never about the money.’

[50:55] Traveling has helped Yasmine determine where she wants to plant a base for her company.

[54:35] Capetown seems to be a great place, except for the internet.

[57:45] If you don’t take the first step, you’ll never know what you don’t know.

[59:35] Yasmine’s next focus will be in Africa!

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

www.nomadcapitalist.com

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

Gotibba.com

Yasmine on LinkedIn

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