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Week 13: BoLIVING

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What a week! Between a weekend trip to Bolivia’s famed Salt Flats, Salar de Uyuni, paragliding, our first-ever Remote Year Impact Conference, a trip to the private studio of ceramicist Mario Serabia, and lots of fun along the way, it was a jam-packed 7 days. Celebrity Game Night We Remotes can be goofy sometimes. We kicked off this week with a round of Celebrity game...
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That time this Jew met a Nazi

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I think you can learn something from everyone you meet. I think I learned something from the one time this Jew met a Nazi.Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Prague

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I'm Here, I'm Just Not Quite There...Yet It has been 10 days since I have arrived in Prague to start my Remote Year. It has been a whirlwind of excitement and emotion. As much work as it took to get To this point, I still have a ways to go. I am getting more settled with a routine, and nailing down my eating and work schedule....
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I'm Here, I'm Just Not Quite There...Yet It has been 10 days since I have arrived in Prague to start my Remote Year. It has been a whirlwind of excitement and emotion. As much work as it took to get To this point, I still have a ways to go. I am getting more settled with a routine, and nailing down my eating and work schedule....
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“[Remote Year] Your Second Four Questions” in A Remote Year

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Addressing questions about my cohort, working conditions, housing, and whether I’d sign up again (from the perspective of month 5 of 12).Continue reading on A Remote Year »
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One: Sons & Daughters

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My apartment in Cusco, Peru

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During our stay in Cusco, we resided in R House. 
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Month 4: Cusco, Peru

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Cusco, a city in the Peruvian Andes, was once capital of the Inca empire, and is now known for its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture. Set at an altitude of 3,400m, it's the gateway to further Inca sites in the Urubamba (Sacred) Valley and the Inca Trail, a multiday trek that ends at the mountain citadel of Machu Picchu. 
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La Paz highlights

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The cityWhat a beautiful city. Nestled into the mountains, the city is shaped like a long, narrow bowl, offering a nice view of the city from almost anywhere you stand. I've never been anywhere like La Paz in my life. You can feel a strong sense of deep-rooted culture from the minute you land, and the people were nothing but warm and friendly. Mi TeleféricoThere's no...
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Salar de Uyuni

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Salar de Uyuni, amid the Andes in southwest Bolivia, is the world’s largest salt flat. It’s the legacy of a prehistoric lake that went dry, leaving behind a desertlike, 10,582 square kilometer (4,086 sq mi) landscape of bright-white salt, rock formations and cacti-studded islands. It is roughly 100 times the size of the Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States. Before exploring the salt flats, we...
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Con gusto, Medellín.

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I’m two days away from leaving Medellin and, as usual, I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed. Our next stop is Bogota, Colombia so we won’t be leaving the country yet, but I’m not sure if I’m ready to leave Medellin. This has been my favorite city so far this year and I would definitely be happy to stay a little longer. The...
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I took a pill in Ibiza

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One of the lovely things about being in the EU is that flights to other countries/colonies are fairly affordable. I have wanted to go to Ibiza since I heard about it from Brian on an episode of Queer as Folk. I loved phrasing it in a way that may have made it seem as though Brian was a dear friend of mine. I’ve been in...
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Comment on 3 Growth Lessons from Visiting Remote Year 6 by jennietwee

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RY4 Magellan will be in Cambodia in December!
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Hola desde el otro lado

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Como se puede ver , soy fluido en español ahora, para que todo este post va a ser en español!Que?Here's the translation of the above sentence: hereI will let you translate the post title on your own (its worth it).OK, no more of that.This past weekend, I wineried (WINE-or-ied).This is how I wineryWow, I am sophisticated as F**k (BTW the first * there is for...
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10 MUST SEE SPOTS ON NEW ZEALAND’S SOUTH ISLAND

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With the Southern Alps jutting into the sky, glaciers crashing down into coastal rainforests, lakes in myriad shades of blue, and the otherworldly Fiordland National Park offering endless exploration, New Zealand's South Island is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Whether you're an avid hiker or one who simply enjoys stunning scenery, the South Island has it all. The following were my top destinations on a recent...
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Frequently Asked Questions

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People get naturally curious when I tell people that I’m about to leave my life in Chicago to spend a year working remotely (understandably). In case YOU have any questions, I’ve created this here little cheat sheet with answers questions folks inquire about after hearing about my upcoming journey with Remote Year. Q: Are you excited?A: Oh my god of course I’m excited, are you kidding...
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Comment on Week 37 – Tours, Teachings and Side Trips by Pedernales Electric Cooperative

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Obviously thhis segment was not your favorite but its nice to know you have been their. Am looking forward to your next blog. These are truly wonderful to read and review, Kedall and GP looks forward to every one. LikeLike
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Rokk3r Labs Global Video Series: Dušanka Boras, Co-Founder of Clever

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Clever is a startup in Belgrade, Serbia that created PAUSAL, a web-based application specialized for lump-sum tax agencies. It caters for everything a business would need in one place, safely and efficiently, worry-free allowing businesses to be on top of the finance game.
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– Cajón del Maipo

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Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal

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During our last week in Portugal, we took advantage of an early morning train to see the historic town of Sintra (about 30 minutes Northwest of Lisbon) before work started in the West Coast. A bit strapped for time, we decided to spend the majority of our time at the Quinta da Regaleira, a palace overlooking Sintra and an official World Heritage Site (as classified by UNESCO)....
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