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Back That Month Up | Medellín

Empanadas and new perspectiveshttps://medium.com/media/437c92e194bc7fbacf10da3f75d9f43a/hrefThis month I was reminded of my seemingly always positive city reviews a couple of times by some fellow Kaizens.You may have noticed that in just about all of my BTMU posts, I generally have mostly good things to say about every city on our itinerary.This one’s no different.If it feels like every month I say that our apartments or workspace or City Teams are some of my favs, it’s because,...

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I hope you and your family enjoy the experience! It’s quite unique....

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Back That Month Up | Medellín

Empanadas and new perspectiveshttps://medium.com/media/437c92e194bc7fbacf10da3f75d9f43a/href

This month I was reminded of my seemingly always positive city reviews a couple of times by some fellow Kaizens.

You may have noticed that in just about all of my BTMU posts, I generally have mostly good things to say about every city on our itinerary.

This one’s no different.

If it feels like

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Comment on How To Create An At-Home Banana Leaf Dining Experience by Wayne M

Wow, this looks and sounds so incredibly, wonderfully, delicious!...

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Day 49… 50… 51… where is this week’s episode? – just data with a soul

(audio is pretty much same as the show notes, but I recorded it for anyone who just gets podcast updates and doesn’t check this site ) Hola from Cordoba! So as you may have noticed, there has not been a new jdwas episode this week. Last week my sister was in town, so much of my time was spent with her and not working on this week’s podcast. I have an episode (mostly) written, but family and work (rightly) took priority this week. Thank you for your patience as I figure out how best t...

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Laos

After an early rise on my birthday to see the sunrise on a new year in Thailand, we headed to Laos to kick of a long weekend in Luang Prabang. We floated the impressive Mekong river twice, once at sunset and once throughout the day to make our way to the village of Ban Xieng and Pak Ou Caves.  In the village we sampled lao-Lao whiskey – some of which has been in a container soaking with a snake in it (yes Lyndsey – a snake in the booze!).  Pak Ou Caves is a Lao holy site pa...

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Living local in Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world, with over 24 million people! Being a small city, water girl, I wondered if I’d like it. Keeping an open mind, I decided to try as many local things as possible and discover why so many people call this city home.   As a local, the first thing you must try is tacos! Mexicans love their tacos and each region has their own unique style, ingredients and recipes. To get the full flavour of options, we attended a taco making class using...

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Day 49… 50… 51… where is this week’s episode? – just data with a soul

(audio is pretty much same as the show notes, but I recorded it for anyone who just gets podcast updates and doesn’t check this site )

Hola from Cordoba!

So as you may have noticed, there has not been a new jdwas episode this week. Last week my sister was in town, so much of my time was spent with her and not working on this week’s podcast. I have an episode (mostly) written, but family and work (rightly) took priority this week. Thank you for your patience as I fig...

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Laos

After an early rise on my birthday to see the sunrise on a new year in Thailand, we headed to Laos to kick of a long weekend in Luang Prabang.

We floated the impressive Mekong river twice, once at sunset and once throughout the day to make our way to the village of Ban Xieng and Pak Ou Caves.  In the village we sampled lao-Lao whiskey – some of which has been in a container soaking with a snake in it (yes Lyndsey – a snake in the booze!).  Pak Ou Caves...

[...READ MORE...]

Living local in Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world, with over 24 million people! Being a small city, water girl, I wondered if I’d like it. Keeping an open mind, I decided to try as many local things as possible and discover why so many people call this city home.

 

As a local, the first thing you must try is tacos! Mexicans love their tacos and each region has their own unique style, ingredients and recipes. To get the full flavour

[...READ MORE...]

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