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Comment on Month 3: Lisbon by James Kevin Rickson

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Having had the distinct pleasure of visiting Emily while in Lisboa, my wife Jeanine, and I can attest to the accuracy of all she writes about. Portugal, and Lisboa particularly, are both fascinating and well worth the trip. Food was not only extraordinarily well prepared and served, but reasonable in the extreme, and no tipping, making the end result amazingly inexpensive. Great wine was $3-$7...
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Comment on Month 3: Lisbon by Willia Kristine

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That food looks uhmazing!! and those doors are beautiful. It’s making me wonder why Lisbon has their doors like that! hmmm. will get to googling now. lol. LikeLiked by 1 person
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Comment on Month 3: Lisbon by emilyrickson

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Thank you Alba! LikeLike
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Comment on Month 3: Lisbon by Alba Morales

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Such a delight description that I felt I was seen it with my own eyes. The food and the people sound so terrific . Can not wait to hear more. LikeLiked by 1 person
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Comment on Why you should travel after a breakup by Barbara-Jean Arsenault Blood

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Emily: I hope it’s ok that I stopped by to visit you and read a bit of your traveling year. I just read your Blog, I felt your feelings as I read it, I found it Heartfelt, Honest to a fault, like being stripped to the bone, Painful, Trust but not Trusting, and Healing, Learning to love yourself your beauty A little girl growing up,...
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Finding your way back when everything has changed

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It’s been over month since my last blog (thank you to those who have asked if you’re still on my list – it’s nice to know I’ve been missed and you enjoy reading my blogs!) So, it’s time to dust myself off and share where I’m at.   First, let me say a huge, heart-felt thank you. The outpouring of love from my last post...
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Kitesurfing in Colombia? – come to Chivor!

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Throughout the year, Remote Year would provide “plus events” for the group to participate in. Remote Year would setup all of the logistics, you simply needed to pay to join the trip. Many of these trips were very unique, local experiences you couldn’t find in a normal tourist shop. They were organized by the city team and were really meant to give Remotes a feeling...
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America’s favorite “exotic” destination – Costa Rica

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This past week, I was able to spend a week in Costa Rica. In college, I spent a month in Costa Rica as part of a study abroad trip. Ten of us traveled around the entire country with two Costa Rican teachers from the business school. Throughout the month, I was able to see so many different parts of the country and I am grateful...
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Changing your perception of Colombia- The story of Medellín

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When you think of the country of Colombia, what are the words that come to mind? Drugs, Violence or Government corruption maybe? If those are, I certainly don’t blame you as many of those types of things made the headlines 20-30 years ago and before I came to Colombia I would’ve said the same thing. After living in Colombia for the last two months, the...
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What they don’t tell you about coming home

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I’ve traveled lots, usually in six-week time frames, and it was always hard to get back in the swing of things – to set an alarm, to commute to the office, to reconcile what you’ve seen with where you live.   So I imagined it would be the same after coming home from a year of travel, perhaps a little bumpy at first but things...
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