We’re now in St. Louis with Chris’ family – handling logistics of offloading all of our stuff into their basement before we turn around to head back to Georgia to return the borrowed Le’Sharo motorhome. We’re also deep in research on our various bus options, and deciding which buses to head to next to see in person.
Yesterday however we had a nice reminder of our time in St. John.
First of all, News of St. John featured us in an post about the High Cost of Living on St. John.
Which reminded me that before we left St. John, Danish Jyskebnk TV sent cameraman Thomas Haas to come film us for a day about Digital Nomads. We had an awesome day hanging out with Thomas, and I think we heard as many of his stories as he heard ours.
Just before coming to St. John, he had just spent over a week in Japan covering the earthquake, and next he was likely being sent to Libya.
Anyway, I discovered that the episode had been produced as part of their series called Tomorrow, and has been online for about a month now. You can view Tomorrow: Digitale Nomader here.
A lot of it is in Danish, but our interview is in English. (If anyone speaks Danish, can you let us know if what they say about Digital Nomads is positive??). There are two spots with us, one around 2 minutes in, and then after the interview with fellow digital nomads Lea & Jonathan Woodward.
It was a nice break from our research to be reminded of our winter in the Virgin Islands. Even though we’ve only been back stateside a little over a month – it already feels like a lifetime ago.