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3rd Week in Prague

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My remote year group is almost at the end of our stay here in Prague and it still seems like there are endless things to still see and do. I’ve been really busy with work lately which is why I haven’t had much time to post lately. Below are the latest batch of photos.
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What is Home?

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Yesterday, I got a massage at a salon in Prague and I was asked to fill out some paperwork beforehand. Where do I live? What’s my address? I’ve generally taken these seemingly mundane questions for granted. I paused before putting my Prague address down on the form. Sure, if I need to get a piece of mail in the United States, I have an address...
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Being Homeless

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“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” Miriam Adeney Oh how severely accurate that quote is. As a kid, I moved around a lot. By the time I graduated from high school, I had lived in...
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Reflection: First Leg of Remote Year

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One of the most common things people told me before I left in January is that this year will fly by. This both irritated and comforted me but I’m happy to report that everything has actually gone by at a pretty good pace so far. It definitely feels like I’ve been gone 4 months, in both the respect of how much I feel separated from life back home and...
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The Smoking Mountains and Glacial Lakes of Patagonia

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There's a simple serenity to being in Patagonia - eat to refuel, rest to recharge - so that each new day's hiking trails, waterfalls and glaciers can be fully experienced. I'll never forget the colors. April is the tail end of the season in Patagonia, before it gets really cold. But going at the end of April is also the best time to go because that's...
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JK Rowling on Monsters, Villains, and the EU Referendum

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“Everything is going to come down to whose story we like best, but at the moment we vote, we stop being readers and become authors.“Continue reading on Medium »
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Staying in the Moment

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Cheesy title....even cheesier post...get ready! Sunday I luckily woke up in time to catch up with some fellow Remotes for what turned into an epic climb up the tallest mountain in the Czech Republic (nbd...) called Sněžka Mountain.After a two and a half hour bus ride up towards the Polish border we grabbed a quick bite and tapped into some local wifi to find our...
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Answers to your burning questions

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Why haven't you written anything in forever?Because writing Colloquial.ly for me has always been a passion project. I never gave myself rules or deadlines. I write for joy.I haven't needed to write to find joy in London. I'm too busy finding joy in London.What are you up to? EVERYTHING. Just look at my Instagram. You've written a lot of RY critique lately. What are you doing now?Well,...
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I can’t believe Dad beat me at Disney World (in a game!)

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He was an upper-middle-class, 20-something American Jew, like me, we were at an awesome hostel in Hanoi, and he just had to let me know…Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Remote Year: Photos of the Month, Prague, Czech Republic

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This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure statement. While many of the groups travelling the world with Remote Year are chasing summer, our #RYCurie group is doing just the opposite—we are chasing winter! That is going to be very welcome once we hit Asia but I must say that December in Prague was, well, cold. And dreary. As a food & travel photographer,...
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What an unbelievable way to spend your birthday. #machupicchu…

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What an unbelievable way to spend your birthday. #machupicchu #peru . . . . . #digitalnomad #remoteyear #birthday #hike #llama #mountains #travel #travelgram #explore #adventure #wanderlust #roamtheplanet (at Machu Picchu)
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This!!!

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This!!!
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Throwback to when @michelletul and I were in Myanmar exploring…

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Throwback to when @michelletul and I were in Myanmar exploring the Shwedagon Pagoda . . . . . #myanmar #yangon #shwedagon #pagoda #remoteyear #travel #travelgram #wanderlust #explore #digitalnomad #tbt #throwback #latergram (at Shwedagon Pagoda)
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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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THE HIDDEN BUENOS AIRES

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Tucked within the bustling streets of Buenos Aires, a city outwardly known worldwide for its European-esque architecture, its steak, and the tango, lies a hidden network of cultural experiences - restaurants, bars, stores, galleries, and more, available only to those in the know. The elusive & prohibition-like speakeasy concept might be tired in other cities around the world, but here in Buenos Aires, history, economy,...
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FOMO as a Long Term Traveller

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I’m starting month four on this crazy little thing called Remote Year. And I think I’m at a point where my FOMO (fear of missing out) has slowed down considerably. Almost to the point where it doesn’t exist anymore. Is that a crazy thing to say? I mean, yeah, I still want to make as many memories with my friends as I can, but maybe...
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Day 187

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Remote Year has taught me that tourist traps are so real, that a cocktail near the tourist areas might cost you $12 when a cocktail outside of those centers might barely be $5, and that I have absolutely no tolerance for this shit and could you kindly just give me the $2 cider.
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Week 9

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Lisboa is a really interesting place, especially after coming from Prague. As much as Prague was organized, clean, efficient, and put together, Lisbon is the exact opposite. I’ve often found myself describing it to friends as contained chaos. The people are loud, gregarious and emotional, the streets are a disorganized mess of twists and turns, stairs and hills; the public transportation doesn’t seem to adhere...
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52 Days and The Guardian

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We have less than two months to go, and today The Guardian featured an article about Remote Year! Check it out: "Working gap years: how going Remote can connect you with like-minded people."
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