Hello! I’m Ian

I was born in Quebec City in Canada, and already at a very young age, I had dreams to discover the world. I imagined a way of endless travel, off the grid, out of the ordinary… In 2002 I designed a system to make it possible through online income. At the time it hadn’t been seen before and that would make me one of the first digital nomads in the world.

Fast forward today, more than 15 years on the road, 188/196 countries visited and my dream to visit every country in the world is always appearing more realistic. I’ve circled the globe more than 6 times, boarded over 1000 airplanes and checked in over 5000 nights of booked rooms… My digital nomad lifestyle is now deeply encrusted in me and I proud myself every day to have inspired travelers around the world to grab their bag, and sail away!

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Where I’ve Been

Travel Blog

Follow my adventures while I travel to the last few countries left to reach my objective of traveling the whole world

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My Country List

Find the complete list of countries visited and their Full Review with pictures from my time there

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Contact Me

Get in touch with Me for any business or personal inquiries and I'll do my best to help you

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Latest Articles

Epic 2 Days driving from Monrovia to Abidjan, Ivory Coast + More

Two days it took to get from Monrovia to Abidjan, another epic ride by shared African taxi (11 people in a car), 300km on 3 Motorbikes and a 12 hours Bus overloaded with people (and live chickens), going through dusty roads, crossing rivers, cacao plantations, corrupted officers and friendly villagers! I have finally made it on time for new years eve in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, marking the 27th country visited in Africa, in one piece and proud to have finally finished this month and a half journey that brought me across 8 countries of West Africa, With tons of new stories in my bag. Today, as an arrival gift, I am happy to see the rain for the first time since I arrived in Senegal in mid-November, but it feels like it’s been years I haven’t seen any… On my 6th visit to the Continent, I […]

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Another new country, spending christmas in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Its so hard to stay connected in West Africa, after 1 week travelling, first 2 days to cross the most remote international boarder seen to date, in the Guinean Jungle, with only means of transport an old 40 y/o Motorcycle, crossing Rivers and Lakes, amazing sceneries of untouched African Villages, I have survived the Conakry Experience with Fascination and embarked into another journey that has now brought me into War torn Sierra-Leone, but In the middle of some of the most stunning Virgin Beaches I have seen in Africa, where Lobster is somewhat the only food available on some menus! This will be My Christmas Stop this year, far from the Family but still smiling as new brothers are taking care of me 🙂 Merry christmas everybody, and Happy New Year!

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