I’m Tal Bright, a keen traveller and photographer.
Bright Nomad is my travel blog.
I’ve been a digital nomad since 2009, visited about 40 countries around the world and have a strong passion for travel photography.
I’m originally from Tel Aviv, where I still spend some time each year, especially during the nice and sunny Tel Avivian winter 😉 in summer I head out to different places each year.
What travel means to me
Travel for me is about meeting people, learning how people live in other countries and making friends everywhere I go. It’s also about admiring the views and architecture, trying out some vegan food, having a taste of the local culture – music, art and design, theatre, comedy, dance, festivals and anything else I’m lucky enough to come across. Sometimes it’s just about wandering the streets of a new place and observing.
On a more philosophical level, the distance, both geographically and mentally, from “ordinary life” is a life changer. Travel for me is about freedom, non-conformity, accumulating new experiences, and letting life surprise you! Inevitably, it’s about self growth. You learn so much from experiencing new things, sometimes taking risks or just facing the unknown, and making decisions that shape your life every single day of your trip.
What’s you’ll find in this blog
- Clever travel planning tips
- City guides
- Advice for digital nomads
- Travel photography
- Vegan travel guides
… and hopefully you’ll find some inspiration to travel yourself, experience the wealth of experiences that travel can give you and the impact it can make on your life.
Over the years I’ve found myself again and again being asked by anyone who knows me to give them travel advice before they went on trips or holidays. At some point it became obvious that writing down all the tips I’ve accumulated and sharing the knowledge with everyone would make perfect sense.
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