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  • Month Three: Cambodia
    Month three was a bit more difficult for me, seeing as I had some medical issues and Cambodia is NOT the place you want to have such issues. That’s because most of the intellectual class – including doctors – was killed during the Khmer Rouge regime from 1975-1979 (the death ... read more
    Source: Lolly Spindler – Remote Worker AbroadPublished on 2017-07-17By Lolly Spindler
    3 days ago
  • A few of my favorite things
    The most useful stuff I brought on Remote Year (so far)me when i remember that i thought i needed a travel-sized foam rollerWhen it came to packing for Remote Year, I was just as clueless as everyone else. I read blogs, watched vlogs, and scoured through Amazon until my eyes physically hurt. ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-07-17By Michael Constable
    4 days ago
  • A few of my favorite things
    The most useful stuff I brought on Remote Year (so far)me when i remember that i thought i needed a travel-sized foam rollerWhen it came to packing for Remote Year, I was just as clueless as everyone else. I read blogs, watched vlogs, and scoured through Amazon until my eyes physically hurt. ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-07-16By Michael Constable
    4 days ago
  • Meraki in Buenos Aires, Argentina | Remote Year: June 2017
    Here's the video our program leader, Zoe Vos, put together for last month. She picked a great song that includes the lyric, "anywhere I go there you are" which is how I feel about my tramily. I arrived in Buenos Aires a couple of weeks late because I stayed behind in ... read more
    Source: Taylor Fiscus – fiscus merakiPublished on 2017-07-16
    4 days ago
  • 3 réflexions de ma vie de SDF
    Mon titre est légèrement trompeur, j’ai un toit, mais pas le « mien » depuis mon déménagement le 24 juin dernier. J’ai la chance d’avoir des amis très généreux et qui ne sont pas souvent chez eux surtout. 1. J’ai plus de respect pour l’endroit Comparativement à un hôtel ou un ... read more
    Source: Gabrielle Rousseau – Gabo Around the WorldPublished on 2017-07-16By gaborousseau
    4 days ago
  • full moon fest #latergram . . . . . #ny #nyc #governorsisland…
    full moon fest #latergram . . . . . #ny #nyc #governorsisland #fullmoon #festival #music #dance #party #weekend #sky #stage #sunset (at Governors Island) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2017-07-15
    5 days ago
  • Travel as a Labor of Love through Learning
    Travel as a Labor of Love and LearningIn May, I spent a few hours at the Memorial of the Shoah museum in Paris and was thinking (a lot) during and after the experience.One of many things on my mind was the impression of travel and how my actual experience varies tremendously ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-07-14By Katherine Conaway
    6 days ago
  • 10 BUENOS AIRES CAFES
    Although Portenos (people from Buenos Aires) have long enjoyed leisurely afternoon cortados with friends or while reading a newspaper, finding a quality brew was near impossible just a few years ago. The norm has been an overly watered down, burnt bean coffee with a somewhat rancid and unpleasant taste.  At long ... read more
    Source: Kalina Kheirolomoom – Hello KalinaPublished on 2017-07-14By BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
    7 days ago
  • Day 195
    I’m going to try to be here a full 24 hours before I make any drastic statements, but Rotterdam is the best place I’ve ever been and I want to stay here forever. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-07-14By erinbozarth
    7 days ago
  • Day 194
    I had coffee with a good friend who’s leaving Remote Year to do amazing things, I had cake to celebrate another delightful person’s birthday, and I remembered I was going to Rotterdam the next day so it was time to actually mentally and packing-wise prepare for that trip, about which ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-07-14By erinbozarth
    7 days ago
  • L is for Lisbon.
    Q u o t e  o f  t h e  d a y: "Everything has changed and yet I am more me than I've ever been." -- Iain ThomasWhat's HappeningIn true Milena fashion, I fell head over heels for Prague and then moved on quickly when the next best thing ... read more
    Source: Milena Stancati – wanderLANIPublished on 2017-07-13
    1 week ago
  • Traveling Alone
    “The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.” – Albert Einstein It’s ok to be alone, no really it is. You don’t have to feel bad ... read more
    Source: Sasha Sook – Free To WanderPublished on 2017-07-13By sashasook
    1 week ago
  • 52 Saturdays – Dog Fight
    #8 – You never know what you’re going to see when you get the family together, but you certainly don’t expect to see a dog nearly get ripped limb from limb. Dog Fight Turned Cat Fight It’s day one of vacation and I’ve just landed in Barcelona, ready for a ... read more
    Source: Ryan Dunn – The World’s Dumbest TravelerPublished on 2017-07-13By ry3dunn
    1 week ago
  • Week 10
    This was the week I’ve been waiting for! My best friend Ilana and her mom (my second mom) Sonia finally came to visit! ff To be honest, besides seeing their lovely faces, hearing the New York accent and getting to blabber and debate all of the things going on back ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-07-13By dbakirtjy
    1 week ago
  • Bulgaria – Part 2
    Whoever planned our itinerary knew what they were doing – Sofia was definitely the place to recharge for month four of our journey. We actually spent five weeks in Bulgaria – as we travel on the last Saturday of each month – and I appreciated the extra week to simply ... read more
    Source: Michelle Hargrave – Michelle HargravePublished on 2017-07-12By Michelle
    1 week ago