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With February almost over, remote workers everywhere are starting to get a little stir-crazy from bearing down in one spot … after all, isn’t travel one of the biggest lures of the digital nomad lifestyle? These awesome destinations for 2015 will rekindle your love for the road, as well as your chosen way of life… 1) Mexico Heading south of the border? If so, don’t miss historical gems like Mexico City (most museums per capita in the world – check out the Museum of Anthropology if you’re short on time), Guanajuato (a stunning colonial town perched high in the mountains)…

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Dublin may not be the cheapest destination, but, do not fear! Lucky for you Dublin has plenty of amazing attractions to check out for those of us on a budget. Here are 5 FREE things to do in Dublin: Wander Around Trinity College When one thinks of travelling to Dublin, wandering around a university is probably not the first activity that comes to mind. But, this isn’t any university. Trinity College was established in 1592, being Ireland’s oldest university. The university is smack dab in the middle of Dublin, but manages to still keep a peaceful and scholastic charm. In…

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The vibrant city of Miami is located in South Florida and has long been one of the most popular sunny destinations in the USA. The city is surrounded by intense natural beauty for visitors to explore, while Miami also boasts interesting cultural attractions that focus on the unique history of this part of the world. Trips to Miami can be surprisingly affordable with a little planning. Here are some of the many things that are waiting to be discovered. Miami Seaquarium This is a marine animal dream, covering an impressive 38 acres. You can catch a large number of sea…

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For as long as I can remember, I knew that one day I wanted to travel. Of course, in my mind, there was no reason to venture out of the United States until I had seen all that was available to me in my very own backyard. So, at the ripe old age of 26, I bought myself an RV and hit the road. The RV was nothing pretty. I’d venture to say that if it were a house, it would probably be condemned. In fact, I should mention that after buying the RV, I spent a year cleaning and…

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The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the iconic Arc de Triomphe may be popular landmarks, but there are surely some more worthwhile reasons to visit Paris beyond these three heavy hitters. Read on below and you you will find even more reasons why you should visit the city along the Seine. Reason #1: To eat amazing French food and indulge with French Wine French restaurants and cafés alike are found around the globe as the French pretty much set the standards for fine dining. There is most likely even one in your hometown. However, French cuisine is usually synonymous…