SF Bay Swimmer prepares to go into Aquatic Park; photo credit: SFchronical.com
What if someone told you to go jump in the Hudson River or the San Francisco Bay? You’d probably reply with a few expletives and
A Grasshopper Taco
It would be wrong to travel through Mexico City and not get your hands a little dirty. That means eating at makets and testing the street food.
Mercado San Juan is a perfect example of
Buenos Aires is the most visited city in Latin America. It's known as the ‘Paris of Latin America’ due to its nightlife, sophistication in the arts, and beautiful European architecture. The people of BA consider themselves Porteños, or ‘port people’
Buenos Aires is immediately charming. It feels warm, accessible, clean… and incredibly familiar. It looks like Paris, it looks like New York City, it feels like Rome and Madrid. Yet it’s none of these cities, and every one of them,
Here in Argentina, everything starts a little later than usual. Life is paced by meals and mate (tea) rituals. No one even thinks about dinner until 9pm (if it’s summer, that means 11pm). Lunch places start filling up closer to
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller
20 years after graduating from Saint Andrews (Class of ‘96), I made some major life changes. Most of my high school friends were somewhere between
36,000 miles, 21 countries, 4 continents... and 1 year later. From the mountains of Colorado, and later the streets of New York City, I've left the corporate world (and the US) to travel the world while writing about my experiences.
What is it?
Remote Year is a year long program of 75 digital nomads who change international cities every month while living, working and traveling together.
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Where is Kangaroo Island? My 2nd Workaway experience was on Kangaroo Island, a remote island in South Australia that even few Australians know anything about. Because of its geographical isolation and...