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Two Cooking Demonstrations in Cordoba

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Cooking Demonstrations 1.I was fortunate to have two different “classes” on cooking in Cordoba. The first was more informal, organized by Brent and Jackie Blum, the other married couple on remote year. A brief aside on them, they got married in I believe July ’15, and this is a kind of working honeymoon for them. That is awesome, as are they.Anyway, on the rooftop kitchen...
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See You Later, Sayulita!

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The charming little surf town of Sayulita, Mexico is located just one hour’s drive from the Puerta Vallarta airport and offers travellers a vibrant, local culture with a diverse culinary scene. The surfs always up in Sayulita, the margaritas are always mixing and there’s a light and happy energy that pulses through the town.   Getting There: Getting to Sayulita was a pleasant experience that...
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La Paz, Bolivia

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Bolivia is one of those places that had succeeded in escaping my conceptualization. As such I wanted to visit. Back in December on a cold night in Seoul Korea, I was flipping channels on TV and came across a Korean television program featuring Bolivia. The hosts of the show demonstrated the diverse geography spanning the entire country as well as ethnicity, history (modern and ancient, even...
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Argentina (mostly Buenos Aires)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina was a giant party. People don’t start heading out till 2 in the morning to party all night long on a daily basis.Aside from moseying around cafes and bars in the city, I went to Lollapalooza music festival and took an overnight trip to Iguazu falls, one of the biggest waterfalls in the world.Voted one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the...
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Better late than never: Uruguay

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Over two months late, but better late than never. My time in Uruguay was a total whirlwind of acclimating to this remote year program and being back in a big city after months in the jungles of Central America. I had lots of ups and downs about the program and still am not sure if joining a lasting community is working for me, but I’m...
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Córdoba highlights

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With one month down, it's humbling to reflect on our time in Córdoba and marvel at the amount of experiences we've shared together. I don't want to forget how fortunate we all are, so I've compiled a bunch of event photos into one post.I will be doing this for every month throughout the year, highlighting each of the major events we attended - or at least the...
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7 thoughts after 7 days: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Dorothy, you’re not in Kansas anymore.Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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Remote Profile: Stephanie Walden

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STEPHANIE WALDENCONTENT STRATEGiST, MASHABLEUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I've always wanted to travel but I never felt that my lifestyle -- complete with work, financial responsibilities, and family obligations, etc. -- was conducive to it. This program allows me to travel with a steady paycheck in a community of like-minded professionals, and gives me peace of mind when it comes to...
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My favorite places from Córdoba

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This post is probably more for me than it is for you. One of my favorite things about traveling is seeing all of the different restaurant, bar and cafe designs around town. These are some of my favorites that I don't want to forget. Most of these are not my photos.El PapagayoOne of the fanciest meals I've had in my life, and it just so...
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Week 6: Back in Buenos Aires

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Back in 2008, I had the opportunity to spend two months in Buenos Aires with a program called Road2Argentina. I lived with a host family, interned at a local business for a few weeks, and explored the city. I also had the great fortune to catch the tail end of some friends’ time studying abroad, and got to know the city through more experienced eyes,...
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3 Bags, 1 Year, 75 Items – How I Packed for Remote Year

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Remote Year is a program that brings 75 Digital Nomads together to travel the world for a year. To prep, I had to figure out what to pack. Reducing all your material possessions to a few bags is not easy. I ended up with 3 bags containing approximately 75 items. Total value: $6,988. Here’s everything that I packed: Here’s a breakdown of the monetary value of all...
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✌️ Lisbon . . . . . #lisbon #lisboa #remoteyear #digitalnomad…

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✌️ Lisbon . . . . . #lisbon #lisboa #remoteyear #digitalnomad #travel #travelgram #photography #graffiti #street #wanderlust (at Almada, Portugal)
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Episode #1: [Acclimation] It’s Hard To Say, & Even Harder To Spell

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In our very first episode, we're breaking down how we ditched our old lives for a year abroad with Remote Year. Lauren is responsible as always, Jeff is a mess per usual... yet both of us seem to have no idea what we're doing. Listen up and learn a few long term travel tips - and whole a lot of the opposite. 
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8 Ways to Plan for Serendipity

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These 8 insightful tips came from a recent Going Remote interview I did with expert digital nomad Jacqueline Jensen, community evangelist for Piktochart.
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nightscape #panama . . . . . #remoteyear #digitalnomad #travel…

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nightscape #panama . . . . . #remoteyear #digitalnomad #travel #travelgram #trip #explore #wanderlust #roamtheplanet #worldcitizen #natgeo #moon #night #nightscape #view #palmtrees #lights (at Avenida Balboa, Panama City)
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#49 The Great Disconnect

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I am on thisseemingly absolutely amazing adventurearound the world which some times comes with its own struggles and the people I want to tell the most to, who I want to seek advice from, to tell them I’m hurting, or to tell them about what an awesome day I’ve had, those who understand me the most, my friends…well, they’re not here. And they’re not readily...
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Mercat Central de Valencia

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It's been 10 days here in Valencia, and I'm loving that our lives finally have some semblance of a routine. One of my favorite parts of my new Spanish routine is, wait for it, going grocery shopping (you guys Spanish Minji is so domesticated - I've cooked more here already than the past year in Seattle!) We live about 6 minutes away from the Mercat...
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3 Thoughts about Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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I’m rounding out week three in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (or just “KL” for short), and I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface of what… The post 3 Thoughts about Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Belgrade Street Art Movement

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It’s almost impossible to not notice the proliferation of GO VEGAN street art around Belgrade.  The cute and colorful characters and the simple slogans are brilliant. I’m NO VEGAN, and I’m not planning to GO VEGAN, but I do appreciate a movement and I love street art.   Friend, Not Bacon.Friend, Not Omelette.We Are Not Food.My Tits, My Milk.  I’m not sure who is behind this...
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Threads of Home Around the World

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I’ve been daydreaming about the house I would design for myself in a Moroccan style. I used to “design” my daydream homes all the time…Continue reading on »
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