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Splish-splashin’ and scoot-scootin’ in Chiang Mai

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Ohhhh boy! So much has happened my first two weeks in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Buckle up, cuz here it comes.Atlas meets elephantsMy first Sunday here we took a trip outside the city to visit the incredible Elephant Freedom Project. They’re a sanctuary that rescues and raises elephants and gives them pretty much 100% autonomy to just live their lives. The elephants get to roam around,...
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Top tips for making the most of airport lounges

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Whether you paid for access via a first class ticket, credit card perk, or snuck in behind some friends, there's nothing better than relaxing in style in an airport lounge while waiting for your flight.It totally beats spending the 3 hours you have to kill trying to get some shut-eye crunched up like a busted piece of human origami in a tiny seat with armrests...
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Sweating my ass off and going bananas in Hanoi

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View from the top of the Mua Caves I didn't write much while I was in Hanoi because my first two weeks were pretty slow. After tracks started up and I joined a day trip in Week 4, now I feel like I have enough to share. Here's what I got up to all month:Sharpening my relaxation skillsWhen you think of Asia, what comes to...
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Jams: That is Sofart.

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Sofart Playlist This playlist was compiled during my time in Valencia, Spain. It’s reflective of people I met (who shared their music with me), things I learned, and stuff I found to listen to while working (or casually dancing). It’s definitely a hodgepodge, but lots good vibes. Enjoy! PSA: Sofart is a reference to a cafe/bar we all liked in Valencia.
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Lisbon Cairns: Brunch, Lunch, and a Snack

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Brunch Hello Kristoff This place is a super cute cafe to grab a coffee or matcha and get some work done, but not the best for trying to get lunch with a big crew of friends. Fauna & Flora Big place for brunch with friends, but gets crowded so come early. It’s pretty westernized, which may bother you, but there’s plenty of trendy Lisboans here...
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Seeing hella nature and getting hella sick in Bulgaria

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Camping on Vitosha MountainSo I just l left Sofia, Bulgaria and my last couple weeks were much more interesting than the first two. I finished out my tracks and even got to go on an extra little weekend trip.Shortly after my last update I went camping with a small group of my fellow Atlasitos outside the city on Vitosha Mountain. To get there we took...
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18 Things I learned about Hanoi in 2 weeks

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Embrace the chaos. You'll go crazier trying to avoid it.There are no rules of the road. As a pedestrian, the only way to cross the street is just start walking and trust the drivers will go around you. You can't visit Hanoi without trying egg coffee.Or bún chả.Or bánh mi.$2,000,000 VND is $86 USD. Congrats, you're an instant billionaire.The D isn't for 'dollar'. It stands for...
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6 tips for how to crush it while working remotely abroad

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Written by guest blogger Emily HolbrookFor the past year, I’ve worked remotely in 14 countries throughout Europe, Africa, and South America. During this time, I’ve not only amassed amazing photos, profound cultural experiences, and unusual sicknesses, but also the knowledge of what works and doesn’t work when … well, working.The following is a summation of what I’ve found helpful in my travel/work lifestyle.The GadgetsGet a...
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Saying “adios” to Valencia with boogie and booze

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My last 2 weeks in Valencia were not as eventful as the first few since my tracks were over, but I still had a blast exploring the city and hanging out with my Atlas tramily. Here's what I got up to:City of Arts and Sciences At-lasses night out! All the At-lasses decided to have a rowdy night out at one of the most popular spots...
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How to track your freelance finances like a boss

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Kaila's note: This post is specifically about how to use this Airtable template I've created. If you've never used Airtable before, first of all reevaluate your life, then check out their tutorials to help you get started. Then come back here. Don't worry, I'll wait.As I've mentioned in a previous post, Airtable is basically my life. But actually. I use it for everything. Today, I wanted...
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