Somewhere along the way, moving abroad has become synonymous with recklessness. Think about it for a moment. Let’s take a quick journey to the land of your subconscious.
For all of the digital nomads, remote workers or frequent travelers out there, a common question that comes up is… where are the best places to work and live?The world is a big place and there are so many amazing locations to explore but here are 5 reasons why Spain might just be one of the best countries for digital nomads, remote workers and creatives to live.
So you’ve been planning and saving, but the way your bank account is set-up... well let's just say, there are no current flights on the horizon. Someone once said that food has the ability to transport you to another country and time. We're going to test that out! Though you won’t be leaving home per say, you'll find that your dream destinations are only a supermarket trip away.
As someone who spent a semester in Granada, I can agree with the cliché. From classes to traveling the only thing you’re truly required to do while at a university or language school is go to class. Life becomes so simple that many people, like me, fall in love with the idea of living abroad after returning home to cope with reverse culture shock. However, studying abroad and living abroad in another language and culture have their differences.
Time for the leaves to change colors; to eat and drink pumpkin spiced everything, watch replays of Hocus Pocus, visit haunted houses, harvest fruits and vegetables, and many more fun activities before it gets too cold outside. Needs some ideas on the fun things to do? Here are 4 places in the United States you and your friends can visit to get your fix of fall fun.