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    The Seven Favorite Places on the Planet of a World Traveler

    “Top places” lists are usually a standard mix of common tourist hot spots. That’s why, when we read Brad Brasseur’s favourites, we knew they were worth a share.   Filled with adventure, and ideal locations for independent...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Sustainability at the Forefront – 2015 Responsible Tourism Awards

    This weekend the travel industry will see sustainability at the forefront at 2015 PATA Travel Mart in Bangalore, 6-8 September, 2015.  The winner of this year’s Wild Asia Responsible Tourism Awards will be announced after months of suspense. Everything from large...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    House & Pet Sitting Pros Tell All – Meet Bill & Susie Davidson

    If you’ve ever wondered about house sitting as a way to see the world, here is a great example.  I’m sure Susie and Bill will agree that you don’t need to wait for your retirement to experience...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Vietnam – Power of Perception – Digital Nomad Travel Magazine

    Hello, Xin chao Vietnam! Digital Nomad Travel Magazine – Vietnam Edition If you like Asia, you’ll love the Vietnam edition! Warning: You may be compelled to book a trip to Asia after reading this!! Instead of the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    The Contortionists of Mongolia – Photo Essay

    Photos and words: Christine Schindler Enter the strange land of Mongolia – endless steppes, rolling hills, nomadic ger tents, galloping horses and contortion. Yes, that’s right, contortion, the art of stretching and bending the body into unusual...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Belize – Rolling in the Deep – Digital Nomad Travel Magazine

       Hello Belize! Belize’s caves are an adventurers dream (unless of course you’re claustrophobic) and its Great Blue Hole and barrier reef make for exploration of a Jacques Cousteau sort. Scattered with bones (and a few bat...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Culinary Travel Adventures in Morocco and Thailand – Digital Nomad Magazine Highlights

    Digital Nomad Travel Magazine seeks to expose readers to the enticing sights and sounds of travel.  Without actually being there, it’s the smells, tastes and feel of the atmosphere that can be difficult to capture.  In recent...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    From the Nomad Digital Scrapbook: Thai Local Life by the Sea

    Having always lived by inland lakes and never by the sea, the daily way of life that revolves around the tides was somewhat foreign to me. Since moving to Thailand it has been fascinating to watch how...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Explore Mongolia – Digital Nomad Travel Magazine

    SainUu, hello, Mongolia! This issue Explore Mongolia follows the previous, Mongolia Open Road. Mongolia again, you say? Yes! And here’s why: This time we bring you advice and guidance from a traveler who is a 5-time return...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    How to See a Country at its Craziest: New Year in Vietnam

    Across Asia the New Year is celebrated in many forms and across many different dates.  Japan celebrates when the calendar turns from December to January, China and Vietnam mark the new lunar cycle with festivity and Thailand celebrates in mid-April along with Laos, Cambodia...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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