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Erohisms? What?

We're Rob and Lina Eroh, and we're the voices behind erohisms (pronounced "arrow-isms"). We left San Francisco and our fancy tech jobs to pursue a crazy challenge: go from well-employed to well-traveled on $1000pp/month. We succeeded and now we're exploring life as digital nomads, working from wherever fancy strikes. If you’re into adventure travel, awesome photography, and behind the scenes exposés, you’ll love following our journey.

Currently in San Francisco, California.
On the road since February 2013.

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Bus on our way to the bus to Kalaw. Note: this picture was taken at my eye level. Seated.

Everywhere you go online, you'll be told to bring crisp new "big head" hundred dollar bills with you on your trip to Burma. This is absolutely true. They love U.S. money here almost as much as they love their longyis. What's no longer true, at least ...

A How-To for Yangon (and Burma)



Yangon is a crazy city, with monks and motorbikes sharing dusty alleys that are either framed by buildings that look like they were razed by the Japanese yesterday... or bright gold stupas.

A Backpacker's First Day in Yangon



Our beds on our last night in San Francisco

Apartment (almost) rented, furniture and all belongings in storage, backpacks packed. 

It’s been an intense 48 hours and after a night spent sleeping on our yoga mats in front of our fireplace, we’re off to SFO, where we’ll board a 12-hour flight to Seoul followed by a ...

And... we’re off!