Lainey Cameron Blog
The best part of being a digital nomad is choosing where to work (city, country), and at the micro level: Which coffee shop today?
To me, the place to get in computer time (or do some writing) has friendly staff, decent wifi, great coffee, plenty of power outlets. Plus, it isn’t so busy that I feel I’m getting in the way of their regular lunch business in taking up a table. If you’re visiting San Miguel de Allende, here’s a run-down of my favorite places to get connected.read more
Map of Best Cafes & Coffee Shops to Work in San Miguel de Allenderead more
The town of San Miguel de Allende doesn’t have beaches, so the best location to enjoy fresh lime margaritas and watch the sunset is one of San Miguel's numerous rooftop bars. Since my partner and I seem to have made a habit of hanging out at them, here's our view of...read more
Two days ago I decided to write a blog post about Cartagena, Colombia because it’s been three weeks since we left and returned to San Miguel de Allende. I intended to title the post A Love Letter to Cartagena and illustrate the cultural complexity of the Caribbean coast. However, when I sat down to write, I kept circling around specific interactions I had during my five months there, and pondering how often my cultural context got in the way of reaching correct conclusions.read more
The You’re-a-Fraud banshee feeds on facts. Don’t fuel her and add to your self-doubt by using the term aspiring writer.read more
Author Tech tip: Here’s a great quick fix that will change your Facebook page, instead of saying “Author” or “Writer” as your occupation, to point at your author Facebook page.read more
All three of these bars on the walls of Cartagena, Colombia are great spots to watch the sun dip over the Caribbean.read more
Map of rooftop and bars on the walls of the city of Cartagena, Colombia.read more
Beyond Friendly, Great Food, Insane Heat…and Boobies.
Three weeks ago today we arrived in Cartagena, Colombia, our new home for the first part of 2018. I wanted to share my first impressions, especially for those of you who may be most familiar with Cartagena from the movie, Romancing the Stone (complete with imagery of narcos and running from them in the jungle).read more
Sadly our time in San Miguel, for this year at least, has come to an end. Honey and I are heading back to the San Francisco Bay Area for the holidays and have just made a decision on where to base our nomadic selves for early 2018 (Cartagena, Colombia, anyone?).
I reckoned, for those of you considering a visit, I’d share my top must-not-miss experiences in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. This is in addition to my favorite activity which will always be hanging in the rooftop bars. I wrote a popular post on the Best Rooftop Bars in San Miguel de Allende.
Due warning: this post might also be an excuse to share the best of my photos from the last ten months!read more