roamer noun [C]
UK /ˈrəʊm.əʳ/ US /ˈroʊm.ɚ/
someone who moves from one country to another to live and work
A new breed of traveller is, today, heading abroad to find better careers, more intellectual stimulation or simply more adventure … they’re happy to move from country to country in pursuit of personal or professional goals. Let us introduce you to the roamers.
[easyJet Traveller, February 2017]
champing noun [U]
a type of camping that involves sleeping in a church that is not being used. The word is a mixture of ‘church’ and ‘camping’.
Whereas glamping once reigned supreme, champing is now the latest craze.
[Daily Mail, 7 January 2017]
sight-doing noun [U]
doing activities when on holiday, especially those that involve taking part in local culture
Now sight-doing (cultural immersion through local experiences) is a higher priority than sight-seeing (typically, group tours of historical landmarks), and travel companies are on the case to reflect that.
[Elle, January 2017]