Wanderplex | Tips, Tricks, and Inspiration for World Travel How To Plan Your Vacation Time Realistically I often meet other travelers who have their whole vacation scheduled out. They know exactly where they’re going to eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, they have their museum visits planned out, their sightseeing trips slotted into the day’s program, and even their coffee breaks penciled in. As you already know, I lean away from such... read more The Cyber Monday Travel Deals Guide (And A Giveaway) I know Cyber Monday is still a week away, but since booking hotels and making travel arrangements isn’t generally as spur of the moment as buying a marked-down t-shirt, I wanted to make sure you had plenty of time to scour the best deals and decide on your vacation plans.
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People travel all over the world to see strange natural wonders and unusual landscapes. But what about traveling to places where you can witness some of the weirdest natural phenomena on earth? Like this… Nine Strange Natural Phenomena You Have To See To Believe | The Jetpacker
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Brian Leon Top 10 Blue Ridge Parkway Hotels Going leaf-peeping along the Blue Ridge? Here are 10 hotels where you can lay your head at night. READ MORE. NileGuide
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Not A Ballerina I got a long email from a 19-year-old reader named Dylan this week. It is full of questions about travelling and working as a "digital nomad" - someone who works largely online, and can be anywhere in the world but still able to work. I'm certainly not location-independent in my work yet - most of my income comes from face-to-face training, coaching and consulting - but I'm trying to shift more of my income generation to being online and being able to have a more flexible lifestyle with some more travelling! Anyway, Dylan had a bunch of questions and I thought some of the answers might be relevant to even more of my readers, so here they are. What should you study at university or college to prepare for a digital nomad lifestyle?
Everything Everywhere Latitude: 6° 32.6948’ S Longitude: 11° 50.4849’ E At a certain level, a ship has to be self sustaining. When you are at sea, you can’t run to the home depot to fix a problem. You need the tools and talent on board to solve whatever problems might arise. I have been incredibly impressed with the problem solving abilities of the crew on the Expedition.
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