Living on the road is like living in a city, albeit a very unusual one. When you spend enough time waking up in one country, and falling asleep in another — the boundaries blur. Countries become like neighbourhoods, separate but strangely interconnected. You don’t have to be a gypsy, a spy or even just a frequent flyer addict like Ryan Bingham to be a global nomad. You just have to spend more than 100 days a year on the move. So if that’s you, you might find this list of 10 survival tips useful.