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Week 15.5 -Lost City of the Incas

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Mom, Joanne and I booked a two day trip up to see Machu Picchu: The Lost City of the Incas. This was clearly a top trip from the moment I found out RY was traveling to Cusco and I’m so happy I got to experience it with family members. Sunday, May 15 – Travel Up to Machu Picchu  We were picked up first thing on...
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An updated, annotated packing post

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A reader asked me today if I had a packing post. Technically I do, but I wrote it before I left and before I knew anything about anything.So it's basically worthless.Here's that list, annotated and updated.CLOTHES5 short sleeve shirts -- I think I still have 5, but I want different ones because I'm so bored of them2 tanks -- ditched one, now just have a basic black one1...
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Day 4 – Is this real life?

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I arrived in Prague on Sunday after a loooong travel day. Luckily I was greeted by Aline’s friendly face and an awesome Remote Year flag waving for my arrival. We had a van waiting for us to take us to our apartments for the month, so I hopped in one with some fellow Remotes for the ~20min ride to Prague 2. Our apartment is called Belgicka...
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I’m Still Alive, but I’m Barely Breathing

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The Road to Machu Picchu Along the Lares Trek …Was no easy feat. My friend Allison and I were planning our Machu Picchu trip a few months ago and just figured we would do the classic Incan Trail. However, the permits for the trail had been sold out for months. *FYI, if you want to book the Inca Trail you need to book 6-12 months in...
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Franz Kafka’s Head

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Sand, Salt, No Water: 3 Days In Salar De Uyuni

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The wilderness of Bolivia’s Uyuni is pitch black after sunset. We’ve been driving for hours down a dirt road so bumpy I’ve abandoned Marching Powder because my hand is shaking too hard to read. I take a deep breath of dusty air through the Jeep’s window and look up at the starry sky. A few moments later, we arrive at a bare-bones hostel where the...
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Machu Picchu

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Many people come to Cusco for one purpose and one purpose only: Machu Picchu.  The ancient city, abandoned by the Inca Empire just 100 years after it was built, that was just rediscovered at the beginning of the 20th Century.  The city is located at the top of a mountain, 20 minutes from the nearest town Aguas Calientes, so getting there is always a treat...
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Kuhan Pathy: The Food Truck for Malaysia’s Homeless

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Over the last five years, the food truck industry has become a global phenomenon. Malaysia is one country at the forefront of this trend, especially in the nation’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. However, when you think “food truck” you probably don’t think “charitable” or “social impact.” But what if eating from a food truck also helped to give back to society? Well, Masala Wheels does exactly...
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The logistics of working abroad for a year …

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The decision to decide to participate in Remote Year was EASY. (see pics)    On the flip side, the preparations that are required for a year abroad was much more complex. Below was a list of things I needed do over the course of the last 3-months in order to leave the country for a year. Also attached are some pics of some of the...
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The Heart Is a Foreign Country

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Rangi McNeil, on reevaluating what he believed were exceptional communication skillsOurs is a partial language part pantomime,part grimy guesswork: adulterated speculationas to meaning & motivation.Translated, heart suggests a familiar, universaldevice but internal chemistries vary-though components be the same & not uncommon.The world owes us nothing. It promises less.Call it: freedom. Free will. Or Wednesday.
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Remote Year Month 5: Rabat Recap

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Morocco!! Africa!! Month 5!! Anyone else feel equal parts excited and anxious at the sight of those words? No? Just me? Cool, cool. How about cockroaches? Bottled water? No access to Whatsapp/Skype/Hangout calls? Or French food? Camel rides? Super moon in the Sahara? Suffice it to say, Month 5 in Morocco was a perfect example of my Remote Year life: extremely high highs, but extremely...
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Experimenting with Data Explorers

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[This page is a Work in Progress…] Interactive data explorers can help refine questions for better collection. Complex data sets can be untangled by the layout and filtering.
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3 Thoughts about Oslo, Norway

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When I was in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in March this year, I started looking at conferences and other events happening further along our route for Continue reading3 Thoughts about Oslo, Norway The post 3 Thoughts about Oslo, Norway appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Camp rainbro . . . . . #austin #camprainbro #rainbow #pride #gay…

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Camp rainbro . . . . . #austin #camprainbro #rainbow #pride #gay #travel #boy #discoball #lake #outdoors (at On Lake Travis TX)
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5 hour layover in Frankfurt – ready.set.go.explore…

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5 hour layover in Frankfurt - ready.set.go.explore . . . . . #digitalnomad #remoteyear #travel #layover # explore #frankfurt #germany #cold #brr (at Frankfurt, Germany)
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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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Spent the day scootin’ and hiking – discovering the most…

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Spent the day scootin’ and hiking - discovering the most beautiful views and churches on Marjan Hill. . . . . . #remoteyear #discover #travel #explore #view #hike #beautiful #digitalnomad #split #croatia #marjan #church (at Park Šuma Marjan, Južna Strana)
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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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Remote Profile: Katherine Conaway

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KATHERINE CONAWAYHEAD OF PRODUCTION AT PUBLIC PERSONA / FREELANCE WRITERUSA  WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I have actually been traveling + working remotely since June 2014, and although it was amazing, it got exhausting and lonely. I heard about Remote Year at the right time in 2015 for me to decide to continue being a digital nomad and join RY2, which started...
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– Salento

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