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Earning As a Digital Nomad: The Truth Behind the Lifestyle Misconceptions – Travel Article

The digital nomad lifestyle is one of the fastest-growing ways to earn income with no signs of slowing down. As more people get tech-savvy, they’re finding the lifestyle more and more appealing. Understandably so… if you are continuously seeing pictures of people laying on the beach and sipping a daiquiri, all while working on their laptop, AND making money while doing it, you would give the lifestyle second glance too! Unfortunately, the digital nomad lifestyle can be a little misleading…

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Cost vs Service — Kitesurfing in Sri-Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Cost vs Service — Kitesurfing in Sri-Lanka A family or a local person who turns his living room / garden into a room makes a much smaller investment than a person who creates an area where basic needs ( Electricity and running water to name a few) are available and also employs a small team to provide those services to makes the guests’ stay as comfortable as possible. A family renting out their backyard room would not directly consider  things…

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Cuba photos from the 90’s | Cuba – Lonely Planet Forum – Cuba Travel Article

Cuba photos from the 90’s | Cuba – Lonely Planet Forum I don’t know this photographer and have actually borrowed this link from Beansntoast which he posted on another site. These are not your usual Cuba tourist photos and I found them of special interest because of that. “I first traveled to Cuba in 1990. The architectural legacy of a sultry, decaying Havana, the cinematic landscape of the villages and countryside, and the people’s elegance, hospitality, and accessibility all combined…

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2 days in Santorini, Greece – a dreamy itinerary – Couples Travel Article

2 days in Santorini, Greece – a dreamy itinerary If you’re visiting the Greek islands, you may well be planning to spend 1 or 2 days in Santorini. It’s one of the most popular of the islands in the Cyclades, known for its white buildings, blue rooftops and lush pink flowers. Even if it’s not on your bucket list, you’ll instantly recognise it from about eleventy million Instagram photos! It’s one of the most well-known and touristy places I’ve ever…

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Turkish Food – 25 Traditional dishes from Turkey – Sweden Travel Article

Turkish Food – 25 Traditional dishes from Turkey Last Updated: 04/04/2020Want to learn more about Turkish food? Here’s a list of 25 traditional dishes from Turkey and more information about Turkish cuisine.While there are lots of beautiful places to visit in Turkey, one of the main highlights of traveling around the country is definitely the Turkish food, which has ancient origins where recipes have been cooked for hundreds of years until perfection. It’s one of the most diverse cuisines in the…

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Impact of Coronavirus in Iceland | Covid-19 in Iceland – Scandinavian Travel Article

Impact of Coronavirus in Iceland | Covid-19 in Iceland The coronavirus pandemic has surged worldwide and Iceland has also suffered from the disease. The infection rate of Coronavirus in Iceland is roughly 22 times greater than Australia’s. It now has the world’s highest rate of confirmed coronavirus cases that continue to spread due to its weather conditions.  Research has proven that heat and humidity can play a possible role in decreasing the effects of coronavirus in Iceland. But the sun’s…

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HATS OFF TO PANAMÁ! …MORE THAN JUST A CANAL. – Travel Article

“Panamá, Panamá, where for art thou IS PANAMÁ“? I utilise parts of this famous Shakespearean phrase to describe this Central American country because hardly anyone I come across knows where it is! Do YOU?Basically, Panamá is the long strip of country which links North America to South America, separates the Caribbean Sea from the Pacific Ocean, is well known for its white, wide brimmed straw hats, the famous man made canal used for its bustling import/export sea trade and, more…

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