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BURNT MISO RAMEN | GOGYO

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I am a big fan of ramen - maybe it's due to my 1/4 japanese-ness, or that it warms you up like nothing else on a cold day, or simply because it's just delicious. Whatever the reason, I love ramen and I eat it frequently. Naturally, on a recent trip to Japan I went a little ramen crazy, leading me to my first bowl of burnt...
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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

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HUGE. During our Town Hall meeting today, Remote Year 3 found out two very important changes to our year long itinerary.1) We're no longer going to Istanbul.For those of you that were planning trips there, sorry to disappoint, but due to safety reasons all Remote Year programs that were scheduled to live there will all be going somewhere new/different for the month of July.Drumroll please...The...
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How did I end up here? My first steps in a journey around the world with Remote Year

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How did I end up here? The short answer is I discovered Remote Year in mid-December through my co-worker, Paige. When she informed our team at Hopscratch that she was accepted into a program that would allow her to work and travel the world for 12 months, the opportunity sounded too good to be true. I was rich with envy, and decided to apply to the program that night.But...
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Bienvenida a la Argentina!

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We have made it to our second month on Remote Year – Buenos Aires, Argentina! We arrived on Saturday evening and needless to say everyone is thrilled to be here. First thoughts on BA: There are trees and parks! Holy men.. beautiful, beautiful men I want to buy everything Too many cute cafes to choose from My apartment is baller I’m not sweating as much My...
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Estoy Aquí

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en Córdoba.  Y todo es incredible. Last week when I was on the flight to Argentina, I started writing down a few rambling thoughts… unsure of what to expect, what was packed, and how the hekk this year was going to turn out. Well, if this past week set the tone for the year, then I’m in luck. When I applied to Remote Year back in August,...
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JUST BAIL

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A lot of you back home that know my life story and me get the title of this content adventure, but no one seems to get it at face-value here, so some clarification for the out of tune.I'm on my third job, second career, am 25, and I graduated from college 3.5 years ago. How millennial of me. The thing is, I don't feel bad...
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7 thoughts after 7 days: Córdoba, Argentina

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Cue the ‘holy shit, it’s been a week’ tagline.Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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SAFETY

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My mom let me know this morning that people are trying to be informative and reminding her that diseases exist abroad that aren't popular or widespread in the US. They're good intentions are stressing her out, but for those that think my current situation is less safe than New York City or Southern California, I'd like to read the below article. The U.N. Sent 3 Foreign...
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I would like to leave this city…

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I have taken a leap. A leap of faith and decided to pack up my life and leave on a jet plane. As I write my very first blog post from my apartment in Sydney, there is a lump in my throat as I look around at all the things I need to pack. The mental list of everything I need to do before I leave...
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Har du penge, så kan du få, og har du ingen, så må du gå!

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Id? Kassedamen i Carrefour kigger spørgende op, da jeg rækker hende mit Visakort. I Argentina kræver supermarkederne åbenbart håndfast identifikation, når kunderne betaler med plastic. Selvsikkert hiver jeg min telefon op af taskenThe post Har du penge, så kan du få, og har du ingen, så må du gå! appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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Product Review: Sand-Free Tesalate Towel

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My Australian friends have been singing praises for Tesalate towels ever since I met them in January. Since I was going back to the US this month and tiring of my double Sand Cloud's bulkiness, I thought I might give a new one a try. Tesalate was kind enough to offer me a free towel in exchange for an honest review. Luckily, I was headed...
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IRELAND – SEP 2017

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Week 30: A BA Kind of Christmas

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As mentioned in my previous post, my energy had reached an all time low… which meant it was time to recoop and renew. Which also meant a lot of alone time in my apartment and a lot of binge-watching tv shows in my bed. #sorrynotsorry we all cope in different ways. Monday was all about continuing that self care I had set up on Sunday....
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Day 316

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Following cheap pad see ew + ice cream with my first-ever Thai massage was a daring choice I made, but ultimately an excellent one.
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Argentinian Staycation

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I don't know about you, but in my opinion, staycations are totally underrated. Getting out of town can be super fun, but sometimes just staying in a different part of town can be just as refreshing. For a long weekend in Cordoba, my lovely roomie and I decided to splurge on a private room at one of the top rated hostels in the world. I...
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From 1977 to 1979, roughly ~20,000 people were imprisoned and…

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From 1977 to 1979, roughly ~20,000 people were imprisoned and tortured in some of the most horrific and unimaginable ways. One of the prison buildings left intact still has dried blood splatter on the walls and floors of some of the cells. The majority of the victims held by the Khmer Rouge regime were former Cambodian government officials, soldiers, academics and even their family members....
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Beautiful Bogotá

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Our fifth month of Remote Year was spent in Bogota, Colombia. Upon arrival here, you could tell that this city was entirely different than Medellin. We had quickly gone from the rainforest-like climate to a cooler, mountainous atmosphere in just an hour flight. Bogota sits at 8,600 feet and you could definitely feel the altitude as well. While many people in our group didn’t really...
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Call

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I masochistically read it at least once a week. It just hurts so good!

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I masochistically read it at least once a week. It just hurts so good!I couldn’t find any dryer sheets anywhere and was pretty bummed about it, but then I realized that I packed some from Day 1 because someone told me to as a Premote to keep stuff smelling fresh n clean. I had not used them until then (Month 11), but it was SO glorious....
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“What the hell is that?”: A guide to the sounds of Mexico City

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 Hopped off the plane at CDMX with a dream in m-COLCHOOOONES... TAMBOOOOORES! REFRIGERADORES... ESTUFAS... LAVADOOOORES... MICROONDAS...O ALGO DE FIERRA VIEJO QUE VENDAN!!!! (keep reading to hear what this sounds like below.)When one moves to Mexico City, you would assume that the last thing stuck in their head would be the voice of a 10-year-old girl. On repeat. Every. Single. Day. Yet, lo and behold, here I...
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