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Comment on Day 300* by kidscornershakerheights

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Yes, 300 IS a big deal!! And that photo is pretty amazing – are those residences hovering over elevated tracks? LikeLike
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Comment on Day 308 by kidscornershakerheights

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I remember eating at Chipotle with you….or rather, finishing long after you had….. 😉 LikeLike
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Comment on Day 331 by kidscornershakerheights

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Aw – tough day – or rather, tough couple of days. Glad you have your RY family watching over you. LikeLike
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Comment on Day 347 by kidscornershakerheights

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So glad for such a lovely last month location and one that includes Christmas, but oh, you are missed here – during the holidays and all year. LikeLike
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Comment on Post-RY Day 30 by kidscornershakerheights

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So happy to see this, as is everyone else no doubt. Kudos to living a most excellent year of adventure. LikeLike
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Georgian Road-trip: Tbilisi to Kazbegi (Stepantsminda)

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I’m a sucker for a great road-trip. As you can guess – when a total stranger posted about heading to Kazbegi with a small group I immediately chimed in with interest. Honestly, I knew nothing […] The post Georgian Road-trip: Tbilisi to Kazbegi (Stepantsminda) appeared first on A Re-Discovered Life.
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What It’s Like to Live in Morocco

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Reflecting on the second month of my Remote Year experience. If you missed Month One from life in Cape Town, read it here. Life in Cape Town was essentially one month-long honeymoon — especially since it was the first exciting month of my Remote Year journey — and as a result, moving to Morocco for five weeks felt like the whiplash equivalent to culture shock....
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What I Know Now (For Sure)

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Sometimes you have to get lost to find yourself Travel is a funny thing. There’s countless wonder to it, of course, but if you’re traveling while you’re going through some shit, it also forces you to think through the more difficult turning points in your life. But WAIT! Hello from Greece, my friends. Mykonos, Greece — to be exact — where I am now. I...
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Unrequited Love

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I’m in love with someone and they don’t love me back. It’s mostly ok. Minus the screaming part. I feel like I’m a catch. He makes me feel like shit. That’s the thing, right? About unrequited love? Unreasonable? Overwhelming? Pathetic? It would be one thing to be a twenty-something and feel this way. The world is your oyster then. Now? Dried up. Old. Over the...
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Is Santiago, chile a cheap place to live?

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Remote Year generally takes us to fairly inexpensive cities, at least by US standards. If you think about it, that has to be their business model: they receive a set amount of money ($2000/month) from each remote, and they have to minimize their costs in order to turn a profit. As a result, I sort
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Food is a Journey

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Dining at Siete Fuegos last night was a beautiful experience for many reasons. Almost least of which was the food… A 90 minute drive from our home meant we had to be serious about it from the start. Our driver Fernando was the perfect person to share stories of the wineries, industry, people and landscape of Mendoza. He’s grown up here and has spent 20...
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Breckenridge, Colorado

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This past autumn I knew that I would be living in Colorado for a few months while I recalibrated my direction for 2018. In order to reduce the risk of state-side suicide I plotted with my friend Sam to spend three weeks skiing and working from the small ski town of Breckenridge, Colorado. We really lucked out because Sam’s friend happened to be renting out...
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Finally in the Land of Smiles!

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Thailand has pretty much been my heaven for the last 10 days (and has been at the top of my list for quite some time). As soon as we landed and walked out of the airport, I felt warmth and sun and with it, a version of myself I hadn’t seen in months. I have felt lighter and more carefree, and I smile and laugh...
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Welp, The End Is Here: Reflections on 12 Months With Remote Year

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Five days post-farewell (which consisted of a rooftop party with more alcohol than I could have ever fathomed before I started hanging out with Australians, and so many tears that my contact lenses still won’t sit my eyes the right way) I’m sitting on the couch at my mom’s house with a 2015 episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians blaring in the background trying...
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Hi Shela! Remote Year is a programme (4 months or 12 months), please check out the website…

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Hi Shela! Remote Year is a programme (4 months or 12 months), please check out the website: https://www.remoteyear.com/. Have a great day!
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Iceland

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If you would like to see the footage I got from my time in iceland, check out the video below. You can read about the journey below! A Childhood DreamWhen I was a kid, I was a huge GI Joe Fan. Little did I know that a GI Joe episode would introduce me to the Northern Lights. In the episode, Cobra creates a weapon that...
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Colombia – more than just coffee

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After falling in love with Peru, I was sad to leave for Colombia. After all, it’s not on the water and the only thing I knew about the country was they grow coffee and have a reputation for drugs. I reluctantly packed my bags and boarded the plane for the three-hour flight.   After spending two weeks here, I can honestly say I love Medellin!...
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5 Things I Like This Week: December 15

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How cool is the outside of the Museo Soumaya?! Where did this week go? First it felt like Monday was three days long, and then it felt like Friday came up fast. Time is weird. I have a lot of picks this week, but here are just a few! To Visit: The World of Tim Burton art exhibit (currently in CDMX) They wouldn't let us take...
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Jeepin’ Down Portugal’s Atlantic Coast

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Nestled at the foothills of Portugal's Sintra Mountains, the town of Sintra is known for its pine-covered hills, lush beaches, and beautiful pastel palaces. If you're looking to see it from a more local perspective, take the road less traveled to explore some of the hidden gems on Portugal's Atlantic Coast. And I can't think of a better way to do so than in open-air Jeeps...
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5 Go-To Apps – 2nd Edition

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Lire ce billet en français The second edition of five apps that I use almost every day and that make my life a whole lot easier! Binaural Until Adam, a fellow Remote with whom I’m travelling with told me about this app; I belonged to the category of travellers incapable of sleeping on a plane. The very first time I used it as white noise...
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