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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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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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Tokyo Daytripper: The Totem Pole Park Located Just Outside Of Tokyo – Tokyo Travel Article

Tokyo Daytripper: The Totem Pole Park Located Just Outside Of Tokyo   Who knew that such a thing like a Totem Pole International Tournament ever took place?! Way back in 1991 there was one in Chiba Prefecture and 80 masterpieces were exhibited. Sadly Japan’s biggest totem pole at 21 metres high, which attracted a lot of attention in that tournament, has long been removed but the others are still there for the enjoyment of anyone visiting this suburban park. Take…

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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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Best Traditional Spanish Paella Recipe – Spain Travel Article

Best Traditional Spanish Paella Recipe Today David takes on the traditional Spanish paella recipe — paella Valenciana. While he doesn’t use rabbit or snails, the results are authentic and amazing!  Is there anything more Spanish than a good paella? At its best, traditional paella is the happiest thing you can do to rice. But the problem is: paella is rarely at its best. All too often, the paellas served across Spain are just bad copies of the real thing. They’ll blind you…

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