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  • Everybody Poops (except girls) – Sahara Desert Edition
    Wise words from The World's Dumbest Traveler Everybody poops. That’s just a fact. Everybody does it. Little babies in their diapers, dads of three on a Sunday morning, older men in their diapers. Everybody knows it and everybody does it (except girls, of course. Girls don’t poop. Right…?) Anyways, this ... read more
    Source: Ryan Dunn – The World’s Dumbest TravelerPublished on 2017-11-14By ry3dunn
    5 days ago
  • Back That Month Up | Kyoto
    “But seriously, why are there no garbage cans?”https://medium.com/media/6c7833c6d8ee8db195fb73bdc5b92b5e/hrefThe first full day in a new city, which usually falls on a Sunday, is always super exciting. You feel energized by the newness of everything — the buildings, the apartments, and, of course, the food — and pretty much everyone is in good spirits. I remember our ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-11-14By Michael Constable
    5 days ago
  • Week 18: Tam Biêt Vietnam!
    Somehow we made it to our last week in Hanoi. A lot of people are happy to be leaving, but I miss the city already. I fell in love with the hectic-ness, the anything goes attitude, and how it challenged me every day. The week begins with both Monday and ... read more
    Source: Andrea Bolf – A Dre Ventures AbroadPublished on 2017-11-14By drebyday
    5 days ago
  • Day 319
    After a very productive and generally delightful weekend, I was happy to spend today relaxing on a bus back to Chiang Mai and having a pretty standard afternoon/evening of working from home. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-11-14By erinbozarth
    5 days ago
  • Day 318
    I took a bus 3 hours northeast to Chiang Rai with a lovely gaggle of gals + saw my first Buddhist temples of Thailand (big fan), the “Black Houses” which are some combination of art + paganism (confusing but okay), and visited the best night bazaar I’ve been to all ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-11-14By erinbozarth
    5 days ago
  • Day 317
    I spent my whole day with three elephants and about nine other humans and watching these elephants learn how to be happy elephants after a past of abuse, torture, and fear made for THE BEST DAY OF MY LIFE. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-11-14By erinbozarth
    5 days ago
  • Day 316
    Following cheap pad see ew + ice cream with my first-ever Thai massage was a daring choice I made, but ultimately an excellent one. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-11-14By erinbozarth
    5 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
  • WEEK 17: Ha Long Bay with My Ha Long Baes
    Another week, another Monday. It’s crazy how quick time flies. Monday morning started with a later wake up due to the previous night’s activities. So with a bit of a struggle Chris and I headed to Lifted for one of the best brunches that I had while in Vietnam. Unfortunately ... read more
    Source: Andrea Bolf – A Dre Ventures AbroadPublished on 2017-11-14By drebyday
    5 days ago
  • – Prague
    Source: Griffin Glaze – Griffin GlazePublished on 2017-11-14By Travel Blog
    6 days ago
  • I Made Empanadas At An Argentine Playboy Mansion And I Don’t Even Know
    Every month, the #ladiesofKublai (our cute/cheesy name for the female population of our cult) plans a girls night. Usually they involve a lot of wine and cheese talking about making out, and are generally some of my favorite nights, because, wine. But since pretty much every event in Buenos Aires involves ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-11-13By Zo
    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
  • casual #miami . . . . . #southbeach #pose #beach #sobe #guy…
    casual #miami . . . . . #southbeach #pose #beach #sobe #guy #palmtrees #sun #travel #vacation (at South Beach, Miami) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2017-11-12
    1 week ago