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Fruska Gora Monasteries (Serbia)

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the mosaic icons could be found at every monastery  i did this day trip back at the end of may while i was based out of belgrade. the monasteries were a pleasant 1-2 hour drive away. whenever i go to a place, i love getting out and seeing the rural areas and hitting a dirt road or 2. no road trip, even if a day...
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Italy reflections

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there are not enough photos in the world to capture  the little bit of italy i saw. i downloaded an italy travel app that lists 250 visit worthy cities. this is definitely a country that needs more time to fully appreciate. italy has enough flair and style to go around. if you're ever in need of creative motivation or to see evidence of human accomplishment, you...
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Stay Over in Iceland

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As a dedicated lover of Mother Nature, I will never forget the dramatic landscapes of Iceland. Beautiful and unpredictable. I went there for just a week completely unprepared but very excited to attempt for the first time a real solitary hiking adventure on the most popular trail of Iceland “Laugavegur”. ABOUT THE VIDEO I would rather film people but being just by myself forced me...
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Branding and the Environment

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How the environment can grow your brand? Happy World Environment Day!! Back in 1972, the United Nations dedicated June 5th to the environment. Bringing global citizens together to create a better world for our children. Since then, there has been thousands of worthy initiatives around the world; beach clean-ups, tree planting, sustainable energy, education and preservation, even food consumption. All a collaborative effort to maintain...
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Don’t Drink the Water….There’s Mexicans In It

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Frankie Botero!< ------this guy------ >Well he decided to get hitched. Take the plunge. Tie the knot. Get married. Hook up the ball and chain. Put his sex life in a locked box. So, he needed to have a bachelor party. Since they don't allow Google Glass in strip clubs, we headed to Isla de Mujeres. An island off of Cancun, known for two of the following...
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Chicago is like New York….Just Smaller, Colder and Cleaner (and nicer)

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Decided to take a long weekend back in the homestead. Back in the old stomping grounds. Back where they put pickles on their hot dogs and invert their pizza. You know the place. The place where they decided to build an above ground train system in a cold abyss. The place where they blame all their problems on a goat (ya know as opposed to...
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2014 Schedule (iOS Dev, Beer, BBQ, Sports, Comedy)

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January 15 – Open Mic – Three Layers Cafe (Jacksonville, FL) January 16 – Open Mic – Rain Dogs (Jacksonville, FL) March 16 – 20 – Snowboarding (Salt Lake City, UT) March 22 – 29 – Spring Break Poker Classic (Biloxi, MS) April 4 – 5 – CocoaConf Austin (Austin, TX) April 7 – 11 – TeamSnap Team Mtg (Boulder, CO) April 15 – NSCoder (Greenville, SC) May 9...
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Greece: More Than Just The Musical Your Parents Loved

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If the question is: Did I go to Greece for two weeks and stop in Istanbul for a day and make friends with an elephant and have my company pay for it all? Then the answer is: "Yes for the most part, but I did not make friends with an elephant."I know you are excited for me to talk about Greece...Is that the Acropolis or...
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Jamaica we have a bobsled team

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In a remote part of the world, I once heard the phrase "a picture is worth nine words". I did not believe this until I took this picture in Jamaica several years back....I think its clear what nine words this encapsulates; "Welcome to Jamaica and have a nice day....mon".When my buddy Ethan says he wants to go to Jamica and I can get a discount...
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Symbiosis eco-village in Tofino

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My wanders trough the Canadian West coast eventually took me to Vancouver island where I hitchhike by myself for a while. Eventually, I made it to the cute little town of Tofino where I spent a week in a somehow hidden eco-village “Pool’s Land”. A place where everybody is welcome to stay for free if you give back to the community. My participation of course...
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The Rule of Three

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I started writing this post but couldn’t get it to feel right so I stepped away only to repeat a few times. You see, I felt like I was bitching too much in my last post about my experience at Central. That post felt like a review, and that’s not what I want this forum to be. I’m here to talk about the food, but...
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Picha Project: Empowering Refugee Families in Malaysia

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Malaysia is one of Asia’s great melting pots, with diverse representation from many Asian countries and cultures. From native Malay to Indian, Chinese and more, Malaysia brings amazing food to the dinner table. It is also home to over 150,000 refugees and asylum-seekers.¹ 23-year old Swee Lin Lee and her co-founders, Suzanne Lin and Kim Lim, founded the Picha Project to help refugees find employment...
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Where it all started – the birthplace of the U.S. and me ????…

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Where it all started - the birthplace of the U.S. and me 😉 . . . . . #philadelphia #pa #philly #centercity #city #benjamin #cityhall #me #birthplace #us (at Philadelphia City Hall)
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Remote Profile: Adelaida Diaz-Roa

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ADELAIDA DIAZ-ROA CO-FOUNDER, NOMO FOMOCOLOMBIA  WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I was already traveling and working remotely (which I LOVED) but when I saw that I could join a community of like-minded people, it was perfect. Traveling on your own is sometimes too much of a hassle and effort to be making new friends all of the time and to be planning...
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This ???? though. I couldn’t have asked for a better ending…

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This 🌅 though. I couldn’t have asked for a better ending to my last day of adventure in Siem Reap. . . . . . #siemreap #cambodia #sunset #guy #reflection #travel #travelgram #explore #digitalnomad (at Siem Reap)
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Let Me See You Do That Yoga

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Yoga and spiritual retreats are all the rage right now with many to choose from.  There are meditation retreats in India, yoga and spiritual retreats in Bali and yoga festivals in pretty much every city. When choosing a company to go with decide what you are looking for.  Is it location?  Is it the best […]
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[Remote Year] Welcome to Koh Phangan, Thailand!

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A honeymoon / hippie haven — great if you don’t like shoes and love vegan food, beaches, sunsets, and scooter life.Continue reading on A Remote Year »
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Where Lambda falls short

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the Cloud Computing movement. I’ve made the case before that functions-as-a-service, and ‘Serverless’ in general,… The post Where Lambda falls short appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Toto, We’re Not In Kansas Anymore (Phnom Penh Is Where Sh*t Gets Real)

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Pairs Well With…Poverty + Change + Rebuilding  Let’s talk month three: Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  The first 24 hours were a shit show, and I had my first mini meltdown.  Lack of sleep coming back from Australia certainly played a part, but there’s something about reacclimating to a new country month after month that is both... The post Toto, We’re Not In Kansas Anymore (Phnom Penh...
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Reinventing the Game v. Playing the Game: Women and Minorities in Corporate America

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I spoke at our Remote Year Junction, a monthly gathering of Remotes, RY citizens, RY staff and locals. This event creates a space for locals, remotes, entrepreneurs, etc. to engage in "Ted" talks that align with the overall theme for the month.  Past junction events address topics such as challenges in the work space, issues in our personal lives, and innovative and creative ways of solving...
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