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  • – Plzeň
    Source: Griffin Glaze – Griffin GlazePublished on 2017-11-19By Travel Blog
    7 hours ago
  • Who the F**K Cares ( a letter to employers)
    If you are an employer out there, I hope the title has captured your attention, please excuse the curse word. However, it seems as if employees for the last few years have been begging for your attention.And nobody is listening… Does anyone care?Here is the state of the union: People are ... read more
    Source: Rollo Reese – TwinlightenmentPublished on 2017-11-17By Twinlightenment
    2 days ago
  • The sun came out in Prague! 
    The sun came out in Prague!  I took advantage of a sunny afternoon to walk through several tourist sites. St Vitus Cathedral – The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert is a Roman Catholic metropolitan cathedral in Prague, the seat of the Archbishop of ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2017-11-17By cferrell
    2 days ago
  • 1-month Global Hackathon Challenge with Product Hunt
    Do you travel and like to meet new people? Follow our journey as we build something special for you !1-month Global Hackathon Challenge from Product HuntOur mission: To launch by Nov 30th an app that instantly connects a group of digital nomads and travelers with each other for a social experience⭑ Where ... read more
    Source: Hélène Aubier – The French Digital NomadPublished on 2017-11-17By Hélène Aubier
    2 days ago
  • Czech Republic | Bohemian Crystals
    Just about an hour train ride away to the west of Prague is a cozy little village called Nižbor. You could probably pass by this place in a blink and never know about the magic that comes out a glass factory that is located there. With a long and intricate ... read more
    Source: Christina Nguyen – Christina NguyenPublished on 2017-11-17
    2 days ago
  • This one wanders a bit…
    I currently have many “partners” in my life – movie going partners, double bagel morning buddies, hammock hangers,  random party crashers, the Sunday Funday pool crowd, side-trippers, and of course now, The Wine Ladies.  However; I do not have a romantic partner.  For some, this is a non-issue and for ... read more
    Source: Natasha Schwartz – Traveling Under the InfluencePublished on 2017-11-17By nachoaveragereview
    2 days ago
  • Czech Republic | St. Martin’s Day
    St. Martin's day signifies the first half of November in the Czech Republic. It's a traditional feast day where goose and "young wine" is usually found on menus. We took a weekend road trip to Moravia, the southern region of the country. We stayed in the town of Mikulov where ... read more
    Source: Christina Nguyen – Christina NguyenPublished on 2017-11-15
    4 days ago
  • City Happiness 🙌🏼
    Maybe it was my Dad who I first heard say that it takes 6 weeks to acclimate to a lifestyle change. I’m pretty sure that worked like clockwork for me last week. Now, it’s already been 10 days in Prague with a snap of the fingers. Here’s what went on ... read more
    Source: Ashlyn Llerandi – Ashlyn’s Remote YearPublished on 2017-11-14By ashlynremoteyear
    5 days ago
  • – Prague
    Source: Griffin Glaze – Griffin GlazePublished on 2017-11-14By Travel Blog
    6 days ago
  • Hello Goodbye
    I have a week of Prague officially under my belt, and I am glad to be back in a city! But this story isn't about Prague...it's about getting TO Prague. During the final few weeks of Croatia I finally remembered where all my things belonged. I could successfully navigate to ... read more
    Source: Christina Nguyen – Christina NguyenPublished on 2017-11-13
    6 days ago
  • Berlin Sidetrip
    From Prague we took a weekend train trip to Berlin, Germany. Staying in the heart of Berlin we visited many sites including Tiergarten, the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Victory Column, and the Jewish Memorial.  Throughout the city there were various spots with remnants of the ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2017-11-13By cferrell
    6 days ago
  • 1-month Global Hackathon Challenge with Product Hunt
    Do you travel and like to meet new people? Follow our journey as we build a new App for you!I am glad to share with you that I have joined the 1-month Global Hackathon Challenge from Product HuntOur mission: Launch an app by Nov 30th and build a community supporting ... read more
    Source: Hélène Aubier – The French Digital NomadPublished on 2017-11-12By Hélène Aubier
    7 days ago
  • Beauty Mark
    Kerid Crater, Iceland. 2017 We all remember the day of the incident that scarred us, and changed our lives forever. Some of us remember the exact time, the scent, the words, the sounds. We remember every tingle and every tear. In the moment, the unexplainable was happening, the unimaginable, ... read more
    Source: Danielle Chery – All Things DMCPublished on 2017-11-11By allthingsdmcblog
    1 week ago
  • Sorry, may I be amazing too?
    The revealing of two habits that I will stop doing this year.Sunset in Split — CroatiaStanding on a balcony, surrounded by a couple of my fellow Remote Year Travelers, on one of the last evenings of our first month in beautiful Split, it suddenly hit me. Taking the decisions of how to spend ... read more
    Source: Loes Schrijvers – Loes SchrijversPublished on 2017-11-11By Loes Schrijvers
    1 week ago
  • My First Impressions of Remote Year
    Remote Year is a crazy idea that came to me when I found myself a little worried about directions in my life. The idea of travelling with 50 strangers 1 month per country for a year may sound awesome or scary but what is it like really? ... read more
    Source: Fabien Rousselot – Where is Fab?Published on 2017-11-10By Fabien Rousselot
    1 week ago