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New Years in Mexico City: A Guide to Celebrating in CDMX

New Years in Mexico City isn’t exactly the party you may imagine it to be. It’s not really like New Years in New York or London or Sydney. Although the city is doing more and more each year to bring tourists to the city center, it’s still more of a family affair amongst the locals. That being said, there’s still… View Post

Gift Ideas for Digital Nomads

This post contains affiliate links. Christmas is always a difficult time for my family and friends because I always tell them I don’t want anything! As a digital nomad or location independent traveler (use whatever phrase you like!), I am usually trying to pare down my belongings rather than purchase more, but people still love to give gifts at this time… View Post

Things to Do in Bolivia: Getting Off the Beaten Path in Tarija

This is a guest post by Kimberly of Pannali. Imagine my surprise when I heard that the education conference I was to attend was being held in Bolivia. “Bolivia?” I asked. “You know how far away that is, right?!” After getting over my initial surprise, I realized this would be my first trip into the continent of South America, and… View Post

Tepoztlán Mexico: Tips for Food, Fun & Where to Lay Your Head

Tepoztlan Mexico is a small town about an hour south of Mexico City. It’s an easy day trip from Mexico City, but I highly recommend spending at least one night so you can enjoy the town and all of the amazing food on offer. Plus, you’ll need some time to recover from that hike! Where to Stay in Tepoztlán Mexico… View Post

Life as an Expat in Mexico City: October 2018

The months are going by in such a blur. I can’t believe it’s the first week of November; that Day of the Dead has come and gone and that there are Christmas decorations at the grocery store. This month I stayed put in Mexico City and enjoyed new food, new experiences, and of course, I revisited my favorite bars and… View Post

What to Wear in Copenhagen in Winter

Winter in Copenhagen is unlike any winter I’ve ever experienced. The wind, the damp cold, it seeps beneath the layers and cuts you to the bone. And yet, you don’t want to miss out on the beauty of the city during the winter months. There are fewer tourists, tons of fun things to do to get your hygge on, and the… View Post

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