Tagged With "Working abroad"

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Re: Tiny miracle: Airport terminal ready 6 mos. early, under budget

Travel Rob ·
Dubuque is a great city and so is nearby Galena, Illinois . I've been to both several times. Dubuque has a cool railway they call the shortest and steepest in the world. It was put in by a banker so he could get into work. quicker https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenelon_Place_Elevator
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Re: Tiny miracle: Airport terminal ready 6 mos. early, under budget

GarryRF ·
Where's Dubuque ?
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Re: Tiny miracle: Airport terminal ready 6 mos. early, under budget

PHeymont ·
Well, I've just added Iowa to the text. I hope I haven't offended any Iowans who believe that everyone already knew that!
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Re: Tiny miracle: Airport terminal ready 6 mos. early, under budget

GarryRF ·
You have to remember that this is the International version of "Travel Gumbo" Many overseas readers will now be searching for Iowa on the map.
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"Co-Working Holidays:" Forget about disconnecting...

PHeymont ·
Against all advice to "get away from it all," some of us never manage to unplug from devices and especially from work while on vacation. Guardian (UK) reports on a new phenomenon. Instead of trying to avoid work on vacation, "co-working" provides the...
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Tiny miracle: Airport terminal ready 6 mos. early, under budget

PHeymont ·
In a world where it seems nothing is finished on-time or on-budget, a regional airport surprises by opening early and $3 million under budget.
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How To Travel While Still Working Or Studying

Joanne ·
A vacation used to be something that you could indulge in only after you had taken care of your responsibilities at work or at school. Not anymore! The internet is now truly global, and wherever you travel you are likely to find an easily available connection. This means that you can work and study while satisfying your wanderlust. Here are some tips on how to join the ever-growing ranks of the digital nomad movement. Choose your tech Whatever line of business or study you are in, a reliable...
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Re: My surprise gap-year doing HelpX work-exchange

DrFumblefinger ·
I enjoyed your post and admire your sense of adventure. I hope the rest of the year is as enjoyable as these first months have been. Want to hear more about it from you later!
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Re: My surprise gap-year doing HelpX work-exchange

PHeymont ·
That's a terrific way to travel and learn...and a big leap into something that most people (maybe me!) usually think of as mainly for young people. But you are truly what they call a "lifelong learner!"
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Re: My surprise gap-year doing HelpX work-exchange

PortMoresby ·
Rob, you have the heart of a true explorer.
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My surprise gap-year doing HelpX work-exchange

Travel Rob ·
Travel Rob shares his memorable gap year doing HelpX work exchange
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Burden Iron Works, Troy NY—a trip through industrial history

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L finds another small museum with a great story: the history of the early industrial revolution along the Erie Canal.
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Really Effective Tips to Keep Working Even While Traveling

Susan California ·
This is not very surprising to work even during the trip you make for entertainment. A long-time trip can be boring sometimes and you cannot get a long-time vacation either so you have to keep working during these days. People make business trips and other vacations to work in that completely new place with a new community. This is not inconvenient either there are a lot of opportunities to make the working environment better. Sometimes, people make trips to find new jobs. This is another...
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Re: Really Effective Tips to Keep Working Even While Traveling

NnamAries ·
This sounds like a good way to get around working while traveling, also saves on the anxiety of missing out on work and all.
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Re: Really Effective Tips to Keep Working Even While Traveling

Susan California ·
Absolutely right mate
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France to free workers from free-time emails

PHeymont ·
Among a number of new laws, France is giving workers the right to turn off, tune out and disconnect from work e-mails, texts and phone calls.
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Re: Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA (Where Gumbo Was #155)

HistoryDigger ·
Wow. Fascinating. Must put that on my to-visit list. You could spend days in there. Thanks for posting
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Re: Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA (Where Gumbo Was #155)

TravelingCanuck ·
Its like going into Bizzaro world. What a cool place. Thanks for showing it.
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Today is National Bike-to-Work Day

PHeymont ·
May is National Bike Month, and today's special event is Bike-to-Work Day, when everyone is encouraged to give two-wheeling a try, in hopes of increasing bicycle commuting, according to the League of American Bicyclists . For more information on...
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Mercer Museum, Doylestown, PA (Where Gumbo Was #155)

PHeymont ·
One of the most unusual museums anywhere, created by one of the most unusual men, the Mercer traces the tools and skills that support human life.
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Grand Opening of Black Bear Diner - Westminster, CO

Samantha ·
Samantha shares her soft opening visit to the new Black Bear Diner in Westminster, CO. She loved the rustic motif and all the cute bear art work inside.
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