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Why Working Remotely is Harder than You Think

Why Working Remotely is Harder than You Think Working Remotely – When my friends ask me what I do for work, I tell them that I am an independent writer and designer who works remotely for a few companies around the world. They usually act impressed and then ask me if I get to work from home. This is the point in the […] The post Why Working Remotely is Harder than You Think appeared first on As We Travel - The World - Travel, Traveling, Travel Videos
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The best things to see in New Haven

Anyone who has spent time in the Northeast — traveler, transplant, or otherwise — describes their location within the orbit of two cities: Boston and New York City, regardless of if they actually live in either. This is especially true of New Haven, Connecticut, situated less than two hours between both cities and easily reachable by train. While few people outside of Connecticut know anything about New Haven beyond Yale University, this small city is home to a thriving, multi-cultural commun...
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Best hiking in the US

Urban hiking is no walk in the park. Somewhere between a gentle stroll and a spirited parkour session, urban hikes transform city streets, stairways, and sidewalks into metropolitan trails laced with both natural and cultural landmarks. Generally, the goal is to map a route that manages some elevation gain and takes advantage of whatever green spaces or nature retreats a city has to offer, all while keeping a brisk enough pace to get in a solid workout. Not all cities are particularly walkabl...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Texas, Shedd Aquarium, La, Hiking, US, America, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Austin, Brooklyn, United States, Portland, Manhattan, Capitol Hill


The best record stores in the US

Record store day is this Saturday, April 13, and if you’re reading this, that means that you are likely among the last bastion of badass music fans that actually care about the quality of the sound in your ears. While most cram trebled-out Spotify tunes through Bluetooth headphones, you are curled up on the futon next to a turntable and a pair of speakers drowning in a full spectrum of highs and lows that may have not even been recorded on a digital mixing board. For you, intrepid listener, t...
Tags: Travel, Google, Music, New York, California, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, United States, Oxford, Capitol Hill, Salt Lake City, Bob, West Coast, Seattle


Charlie Sheen’s Ex-Wife Misses Flight After Hour-Long TSA Groping

Actress Brooke Mueller, who starred in a reality show with Paris Hilton and who has twin sons with ex-husband Charlie Sheen, missed her American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Miami on Sunday after what was reportedly an hour-long search by the TSA. Continue reading Charlie Sheen’s Ex-Wife Misses Flight After Hour-Long TSA Groping...
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My Place Hotels Named Title Sponsor of 360 Knoxville Nationals

My Place Hotels is extremely pleased to announce the major partnership between the Des Moines area hotels and Knoxville Raceway, known as the Sprint Car Capital of the World. As the Official Hotel Partner of the 360 Knoxville Nationals, the nearby locations will connect with countless race fans who travel from around the world to attend weekly races and special events held at the world-famous race track from April to September.
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A man in a dress showing his bits to a pet pig

The pig I’ve seen on numerous occasions — it waits patiently while its owner enjoys a drink or two nearby. Seeing said pig being flashed, however, was most definitely a first.
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San Juan Chamula: Saints, Spirits and Sacrifice in Chiapas, Mexico

I wasn’t expecting to find a dualist heresy in rural Mexico, much less one governed and guided by narcos, but there it was in Chamula, a small town outside San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas. The town perches on the side of a mountain, roads plunging steeply to converge finally on the central square. At the heart of this shines a white building trimmed with green, surrounded by a low-walled plaza curiously empty of the street food vendors and craft sellers who lurk just beyond the gates. St...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Mexico, Architecture, Catholic Church, Jesus, Catholic, John, San Juan Bautista, Central America, Latin America, Chiapas, San Juan, San Cristobal de las Casas, San Juan Chamula, Chamula


Where to Stay in Campeche, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico

There are some corners of Mexico that seem to stay perpetually out of the spotlight, even though they have a lot going for them, like the fortress city of Campeche on the Yucatan Peninsula. If you do head there at some point, you've got three fine hotels to choose from. We just updated our review of one of them and reviewed another for the first time, so check out these options for your visit. There aren't a whole lot of air connections to Campeche from the U.S. and Canada, but you can get an ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Mexico, Canada, Marriott, Starwood, Gulf Coast, Mexico Hotels, Yucatan Peninsula, Travel Life, Luxury Latin America, Campeche, Yucatan, Cancun, Don, Merida


Off the Beaten Path in France, Where is it?

    I am often asked about France, it makes sense given that I live here and write a blog about it. When I travel to a new place I like to have a few facts about the place in my pocket too. A good restaurant, a must see or do sort of thing, where to stay... a few starting bits so that I have a foot on the ground when I arrive. The main question I am asked (outside of brocantes and where to stay) is about the secret spots, the hidden places, the off the beaten track... the real "France". I have ...
Tags: Travel, France, Germany, living in France, Paris, Norman, Islands, Wallace, Linda, Alsace, Menton, Brocante, Sospel, Carpentras, Maréchaux, French la Vie


Top 5 ports to visit on the Danube

Travelling some 1,700 miles between Germany and Ukraine, Europe’s second-longest river links no fewer than ten countries, showcasing some of the Continent’s most impressive cities. But, alongside the great capitals of Austria, Hungary and Slovakia, there are plenty of lesser-visited gems on its storied banks. To help guide you, find my following selection of must […] The post Top 5 ports to visit on the Danube appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Danube, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Eastern Europe, Regions, Speciality Travel, Leisure Travel, Western Europe, Cruises & Boat Travel, Austria Hungary, Ukraine Europe


Hot in the city

At this time of year the temperature is quite high in the city around midday 3335 Celsius with lots of humidity. So better go out in mornings and evenings to really enjoy yourself. In the middle of the day stick to AC or in the water. Cartagena has man
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Day 3 Exploring Kochi

It was an 8.30 start as Anoop didnt want us to get into town too late and then get caught by the sun.Today we were shown round Fort Kochi which includes the Fort built by the Portugese then destroyed and rebuilt by the Dutch. We started with the
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Day 2 Travel from Mumbai to Kochi

Another early start as we rose at 7am or 2am in UK for breakfast. Once again the hotel staff were remarkably attentive to the extent we felt like we were the only ones in the hotel this was actually probably true.Breakfast was a pretty disappointi
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Getting ready to go

So the Grisowold's AKA. The Curtys are headed to Ireland We leave Saturday at the crack of dawn so that we can make our way to New Jersey to fly out of Newark. Why you might ask Well flying out of Newark is WAAAAY cheaper. I mean hundreds of dollars
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Day 1 We're off on holiday

This is it. We're offIts an early start with a 6am pick up from home. We managed to pack everything last night and the bags are ready to go by the front door. As ever some last minute charging of phones headphones and power packs overnight and then w
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Notre voyage au Cambodge en famille

25022018Arrive Phnom PenhNos vols se sont passs impeccablement les 2 correspondances taient courtes mais suffisantes pour ne pas tre stressantesNous faisons le visa larrive 30 USD par personne.Nous ne resterons pas
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Day 4 From Kochi to Whispering Waters

After a delicious breakfast at the Casino Hotel we packed our bags checked out and headed out to the Ateam bus for 9.30am and a 2 hour ride to our next destinations Whispering Waters. Selected by Olivia to ensure that we had a swimming pool in as many h
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Best things to do in spring Chicago

Winter in Chicago can feel like a never-ending slog of cold and bleakness. Eventually, spring does come, although there are usually a few false starts before it arrives. When it does show up, there is an excitement in the city that you only know if you’ve experienced it. People seem to glow, there’s an extra spring in their step, and all those other cliches about the season turn out to be true. A time for renewal and festivity, here are some of the best ways to celebrate spring in Chicago. ...
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Will You Really Need a Real ID to Fly Within the U.S.?

As early as January 2018, states like California, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island began rolling out “Real ID” cards. Curious about what this is, its various requirements or how it might impact you? Here’s what you need to know about the true worth of a Real ID.Read more...
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Japan

Maurice and I have long wanted to go to Japan and finally booked a tour in early April hoping to see the famous cherry trees in bloom. We are going on a group tour but arrived a couple of days early for a bit more time in Tokyo. There was a splendid sunset at the airport in Paris as we boarded. Our first glimpse of Tokyo below as we started to descend. It was a 12 hour flight by the way. We had a bit of a wait before we caught our bus to our hotel and sat in a coffee place wh...
Tags: Travel, Japan, France, View, Paris, Tokyo, Maurice, 7-11, Japanese Toilets, Burberry Trench Coat


Perks of Royal Holiday Vacation Club Membership

The current digital age sets a hectic pace for individuals and families. That hectic lifestyle makes vacations and breaks from the hustle and bustle of packed schedules all the more important. The services that vacation clubs provide are highly sought after as membership means access to all their resort, cruise, accommodation and destination choices, not to mention the time and stress-saving benefits of leaving the vacation planning to the experts. While there are numerous travel clubs to choos...
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Oil Stumbles as Putin Clouds Outlook for More Production Curbs - Bloomberg

Oil Stumbles as Putin Clouds Outlook for More Production Curbs - Bloomberg:Brent for June settlement fell 49 cents to $70.61 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange at the close of trading. The global benchmark crude was at a premium of $6.65 to WTI for the same month.WTI for May delivery traded at $64.14 a barrel at 4:40 p.m. after settling at $63.98 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, a day after posting its highest close since Oct. 31. The grade’s 14-day relative st...
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France, Paris

18h Emmanuel Macron à l’Elysée Copyright Jacques Witt / Sipa Press [Author: Jacques Witt]
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Water concerns linger at Legislature, Maui mayor reveals past sex assault, DOE accelerates school repairs, tobacco tax hike snuffed out, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Pipe brings water down from the mountain ©2019 All Hawaii News State Senate leaders say they don’t intend to revive water bill. Leaders in the Senate say they have no plans to revive a controversial bill that would extend the deadline for Alexander & Baldwin and other water users to convert their water permits into long-term leases, contrary to a flurry of concerns from the bill’s opponents that the Senate might attempt a last-ditch maneuver to ram the measure through the Legislature. Sta...
Tags: Travel, Senate, Hawaii, House, DOE, Waikiki, Maui, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Capitol, Legislature, West Hawaii, State Capitol, Oahu, Mauna Kea, Circuit Court


The best horseback trail riding US

Whether you’re an avid equestrian or you’ve never ridden before, exploring the wilderness of the United States on horseback is a thrilling experience. Varied ages and skill levels can enjoy trails with the help of a professional guide, and many trails are open for the public to explore on their own horses, at their own pace. You can trailer your own horse to a trailhead, rent a horse from a stable, or schedule a day trip complete with a guide who is knowledgeable about the local history, plan...
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Emirates Wants First Class Passengers to Stop Stealing Liquor and More

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Emirates Wants First Class Passengers to Stop Stealing Liquor and More...
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How to Hike to Gocta Waterfall in Peru

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Green Genie: 4 Delicious Ways to Eat & Cook Green Tomatoes!

With summer coming to a close you may have more green tomatoes than you know what to do with as green tomatoes pop up in garden beds and at markets! Of course there's the classic fried green tomato but there's so much more to do with them. From an amazing green tomato ketchup, green tomato & feta salad, a _BLHT_ (BLT with Halloumi!) using green tomatoes and a creamy green tomato soup you may find yourself seeking out green tomatoes!
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Day 2 New York

Walking tour of the financial district. The Charging Bull Sculpture Wall Street The New York Stock Exchange Federal Hall Federal Reserve911 Memorial One World ObservatoryIntrepid Sea Air Space museum
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