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Bulgaria General Remote Year

A Pretty Typical Week

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November 7, 2016

We’re already into our fourth month of Remote Year and time is ticking by faster than I ever imagined it would. In a previous post I touched briefly on the concept of time on Remote Year. Our daily lives are still a constant buzz consisting of working, participating in…


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The Hidden Talents of Bulgaria – Operation Teddy Bear

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November 1, 2016

I wrote in a previous post that one of the aims of Remote Year is to give back to the communities that we call home for the month. One weekend in November a group of remotes got together for a 24 hour hackathon for the benefit of Operation Teddy…

Morocco

24 Hours in Fes

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September 26, 2016

With our last weekend in Morocco upon us it’s the last chance to get out and explore whatever part of the country that’s still to be discovered. The part that’s calling you the most. In addition to Rabat, so far this month I’ve been to Chefchaouen, Tangier, Marrakech, and…

Holiday Morocco

Counting Sheep

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September 19, 2016

Our stay in Morocco has coincided with a holiday known as the Feast of Sacrifice and it’s the most important feast of the Muslim Calendar.

Eid al-Adha concludes the 3-day pilgrimage to Mecca and commemorates Abraham’s willingness to obey God by sacrificing his son. According to the Koran, Abraham, father…

General Remote Year

Making Time for Remote Year

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September 13, 2016

The first month of Remote Year has come and gone faster than I could have imagined. One day a group of 70-odd strangers showed up at Lisbon airport, ready to embark on a year-long journey that’s nicely divided into 12 segments – 12 cities, with a month spent in…

Current Location: Toronto, Canada

Hi there! I started this blog when I joined Remote Year in August 2016. After an incredible and unforgettable year I returned to Toronto to let the dust settle and plan my next move. I hit the road again in the winter of 2018 and spent 7 months travelling around Europe, mostly Eastern, and ended with a bang at Oktoberfest. After over 2 years of living out of a suitcase I've decided to return to Toronto to slow down and take an inventory of where I've come from.