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Digital Redundancy for Digital Nomads

I’d planned on publishing photos and a little story today about our second week in Cuba. Sadly one of a digital nomads worst fears struck me yesterday. No, not digestive malaise. Although I am just getting over a minor bout of that, this is far far worse. Laptop death sucks when you’re 100% dependent on […]

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Beginning our Honeymoon in Cuba

Our first week in Cuba was amazing.┬áMore on getting there, being there and visiting Elena’s uncle in Havana is all coming soon. I just wanted to share a couple scenes from week one. First, the iconic classic cars that greeted us walking out of the airport. They reminded me of visiting Yellowstone National Park and […]

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Never Ending Peace And Love

Normally it’s a delight when I’m reminded of somewhere I’ve been by seeing it in a movie or reading about it in the news. Each time it happens I’m reminded of how blessed I’ve been to see so many beautiful places. Lately though, it’s been Nepal in the news and the merry memories of Nepal […]

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ALL the way around

When I finally get home tonight I’ll have circumnavigated the globe. OGG>PDX>SNA LAX>LHR>BCN BCN>SOF SOF>FCO FCO>WAR>ROM ROM>IST IST>BKK BKK>CNX CNX>BKK BKK>PEK>HNL>OGG 10 years ago when I started planning to quit my office job and spend a year or more traveling one of my early dreams was to sell my house, buy a boat and “sail […]

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The 3G/4G International SIM Card Collection of a Digital Nomad

The first thing I do in any given country is buy a prepaid data SIM card for my phone. If I can I do it before I even walk out of the airport, all the better. When I arrive late at night and walk out of the airport when everything is closed, it’s still the first thing on my agenda in the morning is to find a phone shop. It’s a critical and convenient piece of my safety net as a digital nomad.