• The Moment I Decided to Stop Traveling
    I met Carrie through a mutual friend. I called her one day and asked if I could come stay with her for 6 days in Patagonia. To my surprise, she didn’t say "who are you?" She enthusiastically said, "Yes, come visit, I can't wait!"So Less than two weeks after arriving ... read more
    Source: Emily Kent – Project Out-of-OfficePublished on 2018-01-23By Emily Kent
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  • Retrospective Jan 14 – 20/ Planning: Jan 21 – 27
    This week was fairly productive despite a few setbacks. An overall workflow is becoming clearer for me and I’m confident that I’ll still be able to meet my delivery date of end of February. Learning Cocoa (iOS/macOS): Work load didn’t allow me to move forward with CloudKit and In-App Purchase ... read more
    Source: Alondo Brewington – “Cocoa Nomad”Published on 2018-01-22By thecocoanomad
    1 day ago
  • 8 Years 3 Weeks 6 Days – 04 – just data with a soul
    Many events to reflect on this week, and ready or not the world keeps turning and there’s more to come. Let’s go. Mentioned in today’s episode: Boxi Trixi’s Instagram Sonrisas Argentina Polo Day Six Word Stories And if you’re not familiar with Klaus, Sunny, and Violet, A Series of ... read more
    Source: Kathleen Marinan – just data with a soulPublished on 2018-01-22By just data with a soul
    1 day ago
  • Temples, Monkeys and Bamboo
    Last of the must-see (for me anyway) spots in Kyoto! Kinkakuji (金閣寺, Golden Pavilion) is a Zen temple in northern Kyoto whose top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf. The Arashiyama Bamboo Grove is one of Kyoto’s top sights and for good reason: standing amid these soaring stalks of bamboo is ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2018-01-22By cferrell
    2 days ago
  • Miami decor #southbeach . . . . . #miami #birds #picture…
    Miami decor #southbeach . . . . . #miami #birds #picture #wallart #parrot #palm #decor #vacation (at South Beach, Miami) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2018-01-21
    2 days ago
  • I’m (not) Done
    Exactly a year ago today, two words passed my lips that I could have never imagined myself saying, I'm done.I was done meeting new, amazing, inspiring people to only say goodbye a few short days later.I was done falling in love with a city, done being heartbroken when I left ... read more
    Source: Annie Jacobsen – Aquaphile AbroadPublished on 2018-01-20By Annie Jacobsen
    3 days ago
  • 36 Hours, 10,000 Pictures And SO Many Alpacas In Cusco
    Before living in South America, I (ignorantly) imagined the entire continent to look the way Cusco does: Full of bright colors, old buildings, people selling artisan crafts everywhere. Truth be told, I was mildly shocked to discover that Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima were nothing like that — that in place of ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2018-01-18By Zo
    5 days ago
  • #sidetrip Numero Uno: Colonia, Uruguay
    A very popular topic of conversation on Remote Year is Side Tripping. Beyond the 12 cities in 10 countries in 3 continents we live and work in throughout the year, this group of travel addicts plans a wide variety of shorter trips (think one to five-ish days) to other destinations because ... read more
    Source: Susan Mirkin – Chronicles of SuzPublished on 2018-01-18By Susan Mirkin
    5 days ago
  • The Sites of Kyoto
    Some of the sights around Kyoto: Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha) is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto. It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings. The trails lead into the wooded forest of the ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2018-01-18By cferrell
    5 days ago
  • 3.1 | 72 Hours in Seville
    While my boyfriend was visiting, we decided to take a short road trip to Seville, Spain. It was a city neither of us had on our lists, but wanting to do a quick side trip outside of Lisbon, Seville became a viable option seeing it was only a 4 hour ... read more
    Source: Sally Fung – Fung in the SunPublished on 2018-01-18By Fung in The Sun
    5 days ago
  • Week 22
    Ahhh! So one of the things I wanted to prove to myself this year was that I can travel alone. I’ve never done it- this week, Krabi, was my first solo trip ever. Which tbh was equal parts exciting and terrifying. It’s awesome to not have to accommodate another person’s ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2018-01-17By dbakirtjy
    6 days ago
  • Week 21
    I made it to Thailand, y’all! I’ve been dreaming about going to Thailand for honestly probably 10 years or more- basically as long as I can remember. And I’m finally here. And not just here to visit for a week or so. I’m going to be here for FIVE weeks. ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2018-01-17By dbakirtjy
    6 days ago
  • Powerful Portugal
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    Source: Fabien Rousselot – Where is Fab?Published on 2018-01-17By Fabien Rousselot
    6 days ago
  • My 5 go-to apps abroad
    By working from literally anywhere, some of the apps on my phone have become essential to me, whether it’s to find a coffee shop to work at or merely to see how much my dinner just cost me. Here are my five go-to apps to explore abroad: 1 – Google ... read more
    Source: Gabrielle Rousseau – Gabo Around the WorldPublished on 2018-01-17By gaborousseau
    6 days ago
  • 6,824 Miles Away
    It is odd that the farther away you are from the ones you love can make you more in sync with them.  I have been traveling since October 1st and now in month four I have stopped missing people as much, but have begun to physically feel their elation and ... read more
    Source: Natasha Schwartz – Traveling Under the InfluencePublished on 2018-01-17By nachoaveragereview
    6 days ago