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La Colombe in the Day

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A cold, but sunny day. The curious sunlight peaked through the pure white linens into a room that had only felt passionate storms for three days and nights. The warm, cozy room had provided shelter and comfort while Mother Nature was busy shedding her tears. The eclipsed sun seduced its admirer with an irresistible smile, and the girl found herself rising from her bed to meet him...
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Córdoba, Argentina

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I visited Córdoba because I had no idea what I would find there. Places like this are my favorite (cp Bucharest, Belgrade, Ljulbljana). I spend four days over a weekend here in Argentina’s second largest city after Buenos Aires, exploring and conceptualizing. I found something a little different from other destinations I’ve so far cataloged across Europe and Asia. As in Buenos Aires the spaces, blocks and buildings...
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New Year’s Eve Is The Weirdest

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I don’t have many superstitions. But there’s one I’ve always liked – it’s the idea that the way you spend New Year’s Eve tells you something about the way you’ll spend the next year. For me, there’s always been some truth to it. The year I went out without my boyfriend was the year I wound up in a long distance relationship. The year the cops shut down...
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My name is Andy Brashear. With the help of a program called Remote Year, my wife and I will be leaving our home in Denver, Colorado, to travel the world!This blog will serve as a place for pictures from the journey, as well as my thoughts and musings on our destinations, history, culture, food, and the modern world. Sometimes I may stumble, and my rantings...
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Thoughts on Paper

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Wow, what a month! It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions and I’ve been so busy I can’t even think, but I wouldn’t change a thing. I’m finally ready to write down some public thoughts for you lovely people since things are starting to slow down and get into a normal routine. I’m drinking less and running more – score! Sidenote: In the last 2 weeks I potentially...
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I’ve been chosen – Liebster Award

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Wow! I’m feelin’ the love ❤ Thank you, Hannah and Patti,  for nominating me for the Liebster Award! (Does Lobster Award keep coming up as an autocorrect option for anyone else??) Loved reading your answers, and here goes mine for your questions! How this works (from Patti, from Sarah): Thank the blogger who nominated you… Read More I’ve been chosen – Liebster Award
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Party Time in Punta del Este

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"La Mano" Last weekend, after spending our first couple of weeks in South America getting to know Montevideo, many of my fellow Remoters and I decided to partake in a quintessential Uruguayan summer tradition (remember, December, January and February are summer months below the equator): spending some time in the coastal beach town of Punta Del Este. We only had a weekend to spare, but...
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Downloadable packing checklist for long-term traveling

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CLICK HERE to download and print this pdf checklist for Digital Nomads. Here’s a preview (2 different pages with separated categories) Real-life fails from not having a travel packing checklist: There once was a time when I wore the same underwear for 3 consecutive days (of course I washed it every night and let it dry while I… Read More Downloadable packing checklist for long-term traveling
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“Say No”: My Digital Nomad Mantra

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“Say Yes!” It’s the “Eat Pray Love”-esque mantra sworn by among those setting off on grand, one-in-a-lifetime experiences as a way to move beyond comfort zones and establish a culture of risk-taking. It was a common theme among my Remote Year colleagues that I recently joined with on this yearlong trip around the world, and it might as well be the collective name for nearly every “digital nomad” blog that I’ve read...
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Montevideo So Far

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I’ve been asked to write a post about what I’ve been up to, so here ya go. I’ve been in Uruguay for 3 weeks now and have another 2 weeks to go before I head off to Argentina. So far everything has gone well. I have met and talked to almost everyone of the 75 on the trip. There are so many personalities and different...
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20 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Dubai

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Moving to the Middle East from anywhere in the world is an eye-opening experience that’s guaranteed to blow your mind, test your patience and forever change the way that you operate in the world.  Dubai is a city of contradictions. Where there are beautiful hotels there are underpaid, underprivileged migrant workers who built them. Where there are man made islands, oceans used to flourish. It...
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Learn how to free yourself from anxieties with these 8 easy steps

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This is your blog post. Blogs are a great way to connect with your audience and keep them coming back. They can also be a great way to position yourself as an authority in your field. To edit your content, simply click here to open the Blog Manager. From the Blog Manager you can edit posts and also add a brand new post in a...
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Finding Your Inner Home Amidst the Chaos of Traveling

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Being in a new city can be overwhelming. You are seeing things for the first time, adjusting yourself to a new home/hotel/apartment, and adjusting to a new rhythm of life. What little sense of direction you had is completely gone, and it may be difficult to rediscover your true north. Perhaps you are surrounded by new people or traveling by yourself. Either way, there is...
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Why I “Love to Travel”

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There are a lot of people who “love to travel.”Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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15 SF TASTING MENUS UNDER $100

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Fancy an occasion out on the town without totally breaking the bank? In a city like San Francisco, our perception of a deal may be a bit different than that in other cities around the world, but this list of tasting menus saves you a few bucks when compared to their multi Michelin starred compatriots without sacrificing on flavor, experience, or creativity.Most of these also have a la...
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San Francisco & Rabat: Behind the Half #6

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Not one of our most popular nor most memorable halfhalfs, this one features features lunch food, plain and simple.
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Yugenies? Yugenites? Yugenauts?

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You’re probably reading this page because you heard I’ll be spending a year traveling around the world. Or, well… guess what! Starting at the end of July, I’ll be traveling with Remote Year, living and working in a different city each month for 12 months. I’ll be part of a group called “Yugen,” though, as the title of this post suggests, we haven’t quite figured...
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I know negative things

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While eating delicious Banh Mi in Prague, because the Internet has exposed all good ethnic foods to all parts of the world, an American guy…Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Was never in a fraternity but went Greek this week

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We had been planning this trip since what felt like the very beginning. I believe it was early in Month 2 when a Remote suggested we should go to Greece in the middle of Month 4. It is hard to plan that far ahead while traveling day to day but I said I was in. Luckily, he did the research so I just had a...
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Thanks Camilla! Excited to see what you guys have coming up next too 🙂

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Thanks Camilla! Excited to see what you guys have coming up next too 🙂
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