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  • Waking Up In Bali
    Bali has always been a dream of mine ever since I got hooked on Wanderlust Yoga Retreats.  I pictured sun salutations on a beautiful white sand beach, Acai Bowls and fit amazing looking people with positive vibes. Although all of those things are available in magnitudes, they are a bit ... read more
    Source: Sasha Sook – Free To WanderPublished on 2017-02-22By sashasook
    7 hours ago
  • Remote Year Reflections: My Love Story
    My RY love story was a powerful and poignant rollercoaster of highs and lows.Continue reading on A Remote Year » ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-02-22By Katherine Conaway
    11 hours ago
  • Remote Year Reflections: My Love Story
    My RY love story was a powerful and poignant rollercoaster of highs and lows.Continue reading on Medium » ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-02-22By Katherine Conaway
    11 hours ago
  • Recentering Yourself in Nature: Hiking Malaysia
    One of my favorite ways to recenter myself is to go hiking in nature. We are, after all, nature, and being in nature is a return to our true home in many ways. We are alive, just like nature, and draw energy and inspiration from our natural surroundings. Luckily, hiking ... read more
    Source: Christina Thelin – A Gilded GlobePublished on 2017-02-22By agildedglobe
    18 hours ago
  • How Do You Like Your Eggs? (Kuala Lumpur’s Five Best Breakfasts)
    Pairs Well With…Breakfast, the most important, sunny side up meal of the day. You know the story: breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Morning fuel is critical, and that first “this hits the spot” meal is everything.  I’ve spent the month of February scouting out the best, ... read more
    Source: Carin Skowronsky – Pairs Well WithPublished on 2017-02-21By pairswellwith@gmail.com
    19 hours ago
  • 270: The Show On The Road
    I kind of feel like going to India.Continue reading on Medium » ... read more
    Source: Molly Falco – Full BailPublished on 2017-02-21By Molly Falco
    22 hours ago
  • 10 THINGS TO DO IN & AROUND BOGOTA
    A sprawling metropolis of 613 square miles, Bogota is a modern city dotted with reminders of its colonial past. Flanked by mountains and plenty of distinct natural features, Bogota offers as much in the way of day trips outside the city as it does urban activities. Forget the outdated notions ... read more
    Source: Kalina Kheirolomoom – Hello KalinaPublished on 2017-02-21By BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
    2 days ago
  • A Lil Economics Never Hurt Nobody
    First off, I’d like to thank everyone for the overwhelming support and encouraging words after my previous post Strawberry Jelly, No More Grape, and to the individual who offered to ship me some grape jelly…you the real MVP shawty. However, shoutout to the homie A-A-Ron for actually getting me that ... read more
    Source: Jide Adebayo – Food For ThoughtPublished on 2017-02-21By Jide Adebayo
    2 days ago
  • ¡Tengo Hambre!
     When I first found out I was going to be living in Mexico City for a month, I figured I'd pack up and head to a beach for two weeks - five weeks in a city that lies in a country that I'm pretty familiar with seemed a bit much. ... read more
    Source: Lauren Bernal – Your Travel Blog SucksPublished on 2017-02-20By Lauren Bernal
    2 days ago
  • 10 things I loved about London – A look back 6 months and 16 cities ago.
    It was a typical cloudy day in London. Our London Remote Year City Manager organized a private Double Decker bus tour as we stepped on the bus she handed everyone a glass of Proseco, classy move. The tour guide was a bit morbid pointing out all the historical land marks ... read more
    Source: Terrence Wilburn – Travel TrekkyPublished on 2017-02-20
    2 days ago
  • Madrid, Granada, Barcelona, Spain
    I’ve been terrible at Spanish for an entire year now, starting back in Buenos Aires. Since then I’ve lived in other Spanish-speaking countries: Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador — each with distinct dialects, idioms, accents and slang. In an attempt to describe the style of Spanish I speak currently — imagine a ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-02-20By Reid Peryam
    2 days ago
  • Week 6 – Cameron Highlands
    First trip inland, and what an experience! Unlike anything we had encountered in Malaysia so far, it was foggy, cold – and simply enchanting! Tea plantations, culture and history, and some hikes for the books. Watch my latest adventures in the Cameron Highlands in Central ... read more
    Source: Kathrin Peters – Project MadePublished on 2017-02-20By kathrinhpeters
    2 days ago
  • Belgium, Brussels
    2017 started out with a quick, 3-day, early-January stop over in Brussels, Belgium. In between work and jet-lag I had enough time to explore and and do recon on a new city and country I had never visited. Brussels struck me as a very walkable, easy-to-navigate and livable city. It’s quite small, ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2017-02-20By Reid Peryam
    2 days ago
  • So so good it hurts.
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-02-20By Katherine Conaway
    3 days ago
  • Ringing in the Year of the Rooster, Malaysian Style
    Over the past two weeks, I have had the opportunity to observe and learn about the different ways in which people gather around Malaysia. Family and religion are central themes across this multi-cultural melting pot of Eastern religions and tradition. In fact, Kuala Lumpur means muddy confluence, based on where ... read more
    Source: Christina Thelin – A Gilded GlobePublished on 2017-02-20By agildedglobe
    3 days ago