Since 2015 I’ve been working as a freelancer, doing digital marketing for various clients, and traveling the world as a Digital Nomad.

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Digital Nomad Adventures - Chris Tarzan Clemens


  • AntiComfortable


March 17th, 2017|0 Comments

AntiComfortable is the art of living life to the fullest by seeking discomfort and embracing the chaos. Nothing epic ever comes from being comfortable. By challenging myself and repeatedly stepping outside of my comfort zone [...]

  • Westward Westy

Westward Westy

March 5th, 2017|1 Comment

I thoroughly enjoyed exploring Canada and driving through New England, but my heart, and Tantor's motor, were both yearning for the place we feel most at home, the Southwest. Before I could drive Tantor west [...]

  • Lima, Peru

Lima, Peru

April 8th, 2016|0 Comments

After hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu I was looking forward to heading to the coast, slowing down, enjoying the beach, and catching up on work. Brandy and I landed in Lima, grabbed a [...]

  • Vilcabamba


March 16th, 2016|2 Comments

I checked into Hostería Izhcayluma and another traveler greeted me with "Hi, how long are you staying?" "Just two nights", I said. She replied, "Oh, good luck with that, you'll be here longer, this place [...]

  • Cuenca


March 4th, 2016|3 Comments

After spending a week exploring the Galápagos Islands with my brother I was back to rolling solo. Tyler caught an early flight out of Guayaquil and I hopped on the 4:00 AM bus to Cuenca. [...]

  • Montañita


February 15th, 2016|2 Comments

After spending several weeks exploring the Andes and the Amazon, it was time to hit the beach. I took a bus to Guayaquil, stayed one night in the metropolis, and caught another 3 hour bus [...]

  • Quito Ecuador

Quito, Ecuador

February 2nd, 2016|2 Comments

The sun set over Miami, and when it rose again, I was in Ecuador. Modern travel is fast, efficient, and...unromantic. I would have preferred to earn my entry into South America the old fashioned way, [...]