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Brands That You Love

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Are you in a long-term relationship? I love everything Apple – my iphone, my MacBook Pro, my ipad! I love my Mazda … Zoom Zoom. I love Air Canada and their Aeroplan loyalty program. I’m a loyal fan of my local nail place, even though there are dozens of others to choose from. I love Downton Abbey, though I wouldn’t wear a t-shirt with the...
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Cambodia,The Relaxed Adventure – Part 3: Siem Reap/Buddha/Closing Thoughts

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i'll explain about sound clip at end of post. it's from a performance there. Siem Reap is bite size, tourist friendly, and i would recommend for any level of traveler. i saw many families with even young children enjoying their time. it's an easy place to get in and out of and truly felt like a vacation getaway for me. they accept USD at all...
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Cambodia,The Relaxed Adventure – Part 2: The Countryside

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my favorite trip pic. on the boat ride out to the lake "Orange: The essence of Buddhism which is full of wisdom, strength and dignity." -most common google answer. i was curious about the symbolism. remind me what people did before the internet; i can't remember. easy to collect hitchhikers along the trail So i figured i would get out of town for the 2nd day.  i...
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Cambodia,the relaxed adventure – Part 1: the Temples

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Last weekend i took a trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia. As usual,  having done littel to no research beforehand my expectations were intentionally blank. I knew Angkor Wat was there, obviously, and had heard of a few other temples. Beyond that, I had no set agenda. i had a conversation last week regarding the use of motorcycles in other countries vs. U.S. i was trying to get...
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Know Your Audience – Dog Gone It!

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Everyone loves dogs! Or do they? Dedicated to Dexter We shared our home and family for over 16 years. You brought love, joy and discipline to our lives. While reminding us to be loyal, forgive quickly and enjoy every moment that we are alive. Bless you, Dexter. You are missed. On my recent trip to the United Arab Emirates, I had the honour of speaking...
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In between and rambling

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nice little earth village  "The wisest person is the one who has travelled to the farthest point in the village" -someone on CSi can't tell if i'm getting wiser or just further loosening my grip on the "real" world. perhaps they both are the same.  it's odd how people try so hard to carry around invisible objects all day to create and hold up this mirage....
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The Little Engine That Couldn’t (Coding By Train: Leg 3 Chicago to Denver)

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Our train arrived in Chicago an hour late (a pattern that I’d soon learn is quite common). I can;t say anything about the city itself, as I never left the train station. From the ride into the Windy City, I was only able to make a single assessment: the place looks massive. Without a decent public transit system, I couldn’t imagine trying to make my way...
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Growing Pains

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This one will be a bit dense, so tourists may want to bypass with no offense taken. I tried to think of photos to represent this post, but failed so you get  graph instead.  i often divide my thoughts into 3 categories that help me comprehend life in general: mind, body, soul. i’m in the midst of a growth spurt so i figured i would...
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Coding By Train: Leg 2 (Washington, DC to Chicago)

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After a snack in Union Station, I  boarded the train for Chicago. There was an option to make reservations for dinner in the dining car. Seating was limited and community seating is used, providing an opportunity for you to meet new people. I opted to skip dinner in lieu of hanging out in the observation section with few beers (shocker!). This time the only decent...
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Coding by Train: Leg 1 (Wilson, NC to Washington, DC)

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For the next week and a half, I am experiencing a new form of travel. Rail. Rather than take my normal flight from RDU to DEN for one of our company meetings, I’ve decided to take the scenic route via an Amtrak train. The first leg of the trip is the Palmetto line from Wilson, NC to Washington, DC. Cost The cost of a ticket from Wilson, NC...
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beach bum . . . . . #panama #beach #ocean #water #blue #sky…

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beach bum . . . . . #panama #beach #ocean #water #blue #sky #paradise #remoteyear #digitalnomad #nomad #wanderlust #travelgram #travel #roamtheplanet #hammock #instagood #instamood #instagay #beachbum #guy #stud #latino #dude #bro (at San Blas Islands Panama)
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Walking Amongst Ancient Gods in Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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After spending a wonderful week in Phnom Penh, I was ready to set out on an adventure to the heart and soul of Cambodia – Siem Reap and the nearby temples of Angkor Wat. After touring a small Buddhist monastery near our wonderful hotel, the Steung Siem Reap, and indulging in a delicious lunch at the Peace Cafe, my friend, Kathrin, and I headed to Angkor...
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The sun came out in Prague! 

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The sun came out in Prague!  I took advantage of a sunny afternoon to walk through several tourist sites. St Vitus Cathedral – The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert is a Roman Catholic metropolitan cathedral in Prague, the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Lennon Wall – The Lennon Wall or John Lennon Wall once a normal wall, since the 1980s it has been...
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Vinicunca Mountain

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Topping out at around 14,500ft, Vinicunca Mountain, or Rainbow Mountain as the travelers know it, is a spectacular sight to see. Look at all those colors! Hard to believe this is natural. DOUBLE RAINBOW!!! (If you don't get it, you've been missing out) Chau little man.
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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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