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Richard Silver

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Richard Silver Owner, Richard Silver PhotoUSA  WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I actually found "The Remote Experience" first on Instagram.  The reason for choosing Remote Year was the depth of experience and commitment of one full year. The lifestyle of being Remote is something of the way I've been living for the past few years. Remote Year was a chance for me to...
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7 thoughts in 7 months

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Each month on the 26th, I (try to) stop and assess how I'm feeling and where I am in this journey, as the 26th celebrates the "anniversary" of me leaving home to start Remote Year. When I started this blog, I knew I wasn't going to transcribe every detail of my travels; but moreso this blog would be where I'd write down overall themes observed with the countries, and...
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I walked home in the rain

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It’s been months since I posted on this blog. Literally 10 weeks, maybe 11, but who’s counting? I had all sorts of reasons set aside in my head on why I haven’t written. Cuba was complex and confusing. I was busy. There was so much going on in CDMX, Bogota, and Medellin, that I haven’t had time to write. All lies. The truth is that...
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A Silent Day in Bali: Nyepi Holy Day

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This month, I’ve been living in Bali, an island in Indonesia that is all sorts of popular with the “digital nomad community”, yogis, and semi-adventurous travelers. But who’s here, why, and what it means is a whole other post entirely.Yesterday was Nyepi, a local Hindu holiday that is celebrated in a way truly unlike anything else I’ve ever heard of or experienced.As we made plans...
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Art, Aerobics, & Architecture in Hanoi, Vietnam’s Capital

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Artistic Thread Throughout Vietnam The arts in Vietnam, and particularly Hanoi, are alive and thriving. Vietnam has a rich history of performing arts, visual arts, and a unique architectural style. Throughout my time in Vietnam, I have been able to experience a broad swath of the arts, from attending the opera in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), to viewing the craftsmanship of handwoven baskets and...
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70 days in New Zealand

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Two and a half months into my remote working experiment and I must say I reckon I am getting the hang of it. I have come to the end of the New Zealand portion of my travels and am now moving into my travel proper. I’m on my way to my first stop Belgrade, currently sitting in the transit lounge in Melbourne writing this (sorry...
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A MINI GUIDE TO CARTAGENA

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Founded in the 16th century, Cartagena is a port city located on Colombia's Caribbean coast known for its colorful and plentiful colonial architecture, its cobblestone streets, and its effortless lifestyle. Gold and emeralds once brought people to Cartagena's shores, but now the city's contemporary riches - a vibrant culinary scene, beautiful beaches, and a laid-back vibe, are the main draw. With the islands of Rosario...
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Thanks to both of you!

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Thanks to both of you! I’m also preparing — at this stage for a September departure. I am planning/getting ready/etc already but I feel like if I had more time it would still take just as long. Thank you to you both for documenting your experience 🙂
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Thank you for sharing this, Cassie.

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Thank you for sharing this, Cassie. You’re so brave, in more ways than one. From myself and all of Darien, we’re so glad you’re ok, and we’re sending you all the positivity in the world as you process and recover.
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Losing at Translations

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I’m three months into living in Spanish-speaking countries, and I really thought that by now I’d be speaking more Español than I have been. The challenge of living, traveling and working alongside 50+ native/fluent English speakers is that it’s really hard to break out of my language comfort zone. When circumstances do call for speaking […]
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Hot, dusty & happy in Morocco

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I’d often walk to the grocery store when I lived in Nairobi — by choice, since I could have easily hopped in a matatu, a minibus system…Continue reading on Go Remote »
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Moroccan Luxuries

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Before moving to Morocco, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Is it dirty there? Is everything super cheap? Is everyone not white? Now that I’m settling in, I’ve got a secret: Morocco is a hipster’s dream. It’s a reality TV mom’s dream. A combination of niche markets creates an abundance of hipster Moroccan habits, and I have to say, I’m pretty pleased. What I...
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You’re Leaving Tomorrow? Let’s Grab Drinks!

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It is July 29 2016, 6:30 AM. My mom is staying with me and I’ve woken up to the sound of her freaking out about our UHAUL truck. It was parked on the side street of my apartment building, directly below my window, in our view. She’s looking out and sees no other cars, gasping at the fact that practically all of my belongings are...
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Comment on Hvad ville du gøre, hvis du ikke var bange? by Mette

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Du er så sej Tanja. Nu fik jeg endelig fundet frem til din blog. Den er skøn og spændende læsning – jeg glæder mig så meget til de næste indlæg!!
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Just got a GoPro for my remote year and started messing around…

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Just got a GoPro for my remote year and started messing around with it this weekend. I have a lot to learn! Perfect timing, though, a few Remote Year folks in the DC area decided to meetup and hang before our one year journey together. It was a lot of fun meeting some of the people going. Can’t wait to meet the rest of the crew,...
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Wearing Heels (and other things I can’t stand post-traveling the world )

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Travel is all fun and games until you do it for 18 months straight. Up until now, there's nothing I loved more than a panoramic view or a badass church where Jesus still lives.There's nothing a stranger loves to bring up more after hearing that you did this than saying something like, "OMG WHAT WAS YOUR FAVORITE PLACE?!" (Some day, when Black Mirror is our...
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First Impressions of Remote Year

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Remote Year is a crazy idea that came to me when I found myself a little worried about directions in my life. The idea of travelling with 50 strangers 1 month per country for a year may sound awesome or scary but what is it like really? Through this interview of me by me, I will try to explain my original motivations, my first impressions...
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Comment on Nursing Program Faculty Member Todd, Remote Year Ikigai by immaculateindeed

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So cool! I’m a nurse with Magellan and I am curious to find out the university he works with as I could be interested in the same job. If you can connect me, that would be great. Great listen, by the way. Thanks!
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Hug your mother

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Do it today.Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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7.1 | Buenos Aires: Intro to the Latin American Lifestyle

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South America marks the third continent of my year long travel and is where I’ll be calling home in the next six months, starting with Buenos Aires, Argentina, in April. I have never step foot in South America. The farthest south I’ve gone in the Americas was Costa Rica, and even then, it was for work, at a resort, and we didn’t make it out...
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