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The NOMADIC Issue #03

We take you underwater to see what makes the nation of the 'sea nomads' so special and map out which are the best destinations for lovers of adrenaline rush. Find what else is included in this print issue from this quick run-through

Words by: The Editors

11 July 2020

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We are excited to introduce The NOMADIC Issue. Within the pages of the third print issue, our journalists, photographers, and contributors aim to emerge the readers in the beauty of leading a nomadic lifestyle. Through articles and photo guides, we roam the world, much like nomads do, to connect with a lively variety of cultures and places while searching for an epitome feeling of freedom and discovering satisfaction in self-growth.


Identifying oneself as a nomad is a center piece for many of our readers. This is also a leading element of our publication, and we take this opportunity to dive deeper into this beautiful concept. The third print issue is dedicated to exploring what inspires nomads, what drives them and what it means to be one in today’s world.


Here is a short overview of what you can expect to find in our third print issue to get you excited for ordering your own copy.


Adrenaline Rush

Calling all the lovers of adrenaline sports! Our first feature is aimed at discovering all there is to know about the world of extreme sports. From novelist describing the term for the very first time in the 50’s, to teenagers establishing the sports as ‘a thing’ in the 70’s, learn how the element of danger makes the world of extreme sports so irresistible.


I Love Linen

The team behind this Australian home-feel label is on a mission to bring a deeper meaning to ‘homeliness’ for families all over the world and for nomads who have embarked on a journey to explore the world. Read our exclusive interview to learn how France and cities in the Mediterranean have turned into inspiration for the designs.

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Retro Millennials

For many millennials, record players have turned into a must-have item. For the first time since 1986, vinyl outsold CD’s. We take a look at how retro ways of music consumption can make nomads feel closer to home. Learn why so many people prefer this stylish, yet old-fashioned way of connecting with music idols.



Women Who Surf

In a world where waves have been dominated by men, treating female surfers with equal respect, and encouraging them to pursue their full potential remains challenging for those in charge of the surfing industry. Yet, the tides are about to turn the ocean of female surfing inequality around. This feature is about being proud of all the powerful women surfers out there who are pushing to make a real change in the world of surfing.



Travel to Rome, Italy

Explore the Eternal City of Rome alongside our editor-in-chief. Aleksandra takes us on an adventure through the busy piazzas of the capital city and the tucked-away streets while on a mission to bring an authentic feel of this Italian paradise to your armchair. Follow her as she merges with the crowd and learns the secrets of the city from locals and entangles their recommendations with her own experiences.




Sea Nomads

Swimming the waters around Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, the “sea nomads” can hold their breath longer than any professional diver. We attempt to come closer to their underwater universe and learn more about their unique lifestyle. Take a dive below the surface with us to see for yourself how they hunt, live and dive to such extreme depths.


Chasing Footsteps in the Desert

Desert dust footprints mark our way, bonding our generation to a time of Indians and Native American tribes. Read the story of how the rocks and deserts hold whispers for no one to hear about the lifetime of the nations that first turned the area into their homeland.



The Charm of Santorini’s Island Nation

Volcanic eruptions – check. Greek legacy – check. Island beauty – check. Welcome to Santorini. This stunning place has been attracting foreign tourists for decades, but its reputation as a resort destination is not all there is to the island. Santorini, much like Greece in itself, is complex, fascinating and breath-taking. Dig deeper than the whitewashed façades of traditional blue-domed buildings and discover the true beauty of the island.

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Roam Kenya

Pink bananas in plain sight, endless dusty roads in the horizon and wild animals leaving their prints in the dust – Kenya is the epitome of abstract escapism. If you are after that authentic Kenyan experience, but you don’t know where to start your research, we’ve got you covered. This feature focuses on topics about the Sub-Saharan oasis from the perspective of locals and travellers alike.



Buck Naked Soap Company

In our exclusive interview with the founder of Buck Naked Soap Company, we talk about skincare products and tips on what to avoid doing. We ask Rina Clarke about her inspiration for starting a brand dedicated to advocating for the sustainable movement in skincare. Explore the products and learn a thing or two about what matters most in the long run.

Léa The Label

We meet our readers with the forward-thinking fashion brand that is in the game to change the industry. The designs by Léa The Label are not only bold and beautiful, but also sustainable and timeless. The fabric is created from 100% regenerated nylon and the sophisticated variety of styles have established the brand as a trendsetter. We talked to the founder, Léa Daaboul about the details that make the brand special.

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NOMADSofORIGIN is an independent annual publication with a focus on sustainable travelling and global cultural values. Each issue features interviews, engaging articles and photo guides, which take our nomadic readers through different destinations and introduce them to local people's perspectives.



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