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Africa is not a popular destination for digital nomads. I think that’s a shame. The continent offers stunning natural beauty, loads of culture, friendly people, and adventure. The internet infrastructure is improving. Some African countries have also started offering digital nomad visas. Of course, there are some drawbacks. The cost of living can be surprisingly …

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When you travel, you constantly encounter social situations. You have to talk to people when buying tickets, passing through immigration, ordering food at restaurants, and checking into your hotel. You’ll spend most of your time in public spaces. In some countries, you may be approached by people on the street trying to sell you things …

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Uruguay has become an increasingly popular destination for expats, digital nomads, and retirees. The country offers a high standard of living, low taxes, quality healthcare, easy visa policies, freedom, peace, political and economic stability, modern infrastructure, and a relatively low cost of living. It’s also a safe and beautiful country. Of course, there are some …

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Buenos Aires is becoming an increasingly popular destination for expats and digital nomads. The city offers a low cost of living, a large expat community, great food, a quality healthcare system, and good public transport. Overall, the quality of life is excellent. It’s also a beautiful city with some great architecture and plenty of green …

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The Pyramids of Giza is one site that is on everyone’s bucket list. It’s the last surviving ancient wonder of the world. Are they worth the trip to visit?  Personally, I think the pyramids are a bit overrated. The pyramids themselves are pretty cool. The problem is that the experience of visiting is poor because …

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Solo travel is one of those things that you have to try to see whether or not you like it. The reality is that not everybody is cut out for solo travel. Some people can’t deal with the loneliness. Some people experience anxiety when they’re constantly meeting new people and having new experiences. Others simply miss …

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If you read r/travel and r/solotravel on Reddit, you’ll see that pretty much every post about Egypt is negative. It’s become a meme at this point. Every week there is a new post talking about how terrible Egypt is to travel and how nobody should go there. Most commonly, people complain about scams, harassment, and …

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Returning home from a long trip is always a bittersweet experience. On the one hand, it’s nice to see your friends and family, sleep in your own bed, and eat a home-cooked meal. On the other hand, you miss the absolute freedom of being on the road. While traveling, you’re doing something new every day. …

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When planning a trip, one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make is where you’re going to stay. This guide lists the pros and cons of staying in an Airbnb vs hotel. We’ll cover cost, comfort, cleanliness, amenities, the check-in process, security, and more. Which is best for your trip depends on how …

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Whether you’re taking a quick weekend getaway or a multi-month sabbatical around the world, travel offers a wide range of benefits. From making you happier to reducing stress to teaching you about the world, this guide outlines 25 benefits of traveling. Over the past 12 years, I’ve traveled to over 60 countries on 6 continents. …

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