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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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Reasons To See The Spectacular Kalahari Salt Pans – Travel Article

Imagine a land where nothing exists. Where earth stretches for miles under your feet and the unrelenting blue sky mocks you with a false sense of warmth. Not a pin drops, not a breeze blows. 4 min Author: MouliImagine a land where nothing exists. Where earth stretches for miles under your feet and the unrelenting blue sky mocks you with a false sense of warmth. Not a pin drops, not a breeze blows. All you have for relief are the…

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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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