One of the things everyone asks you when you come back from Remote Year is: What was your favourite City?
The question is legitimate, but the answer impossible.
Peru has been the one month I've been planning side trips for a long time, and it was totally worth it. Back in Split I was showing my friend Milena a video of a Skylodge attached to a rock at 400mt above the Peruvian Sacred Valley. We wanted to go, and so did the...read more
The biggest frustration of being fluent in different languages is that some words just won’t translate. My favourite untranslatable French word is: Dépaysée. According to the dictionary it means ‘the feeling that comes from not being in one’s home country’. It’s so...read more
My company asked Paige (my US colleague that is also participating in Remote Year in the Meraki group) and myself, to write a blog post for our internal newsletter, explaining our RY experience: the why, the how... Below is what I wrote. This was preceded by a little...read more
Every time someone tells me how lucky I am to live this life I get uncomfortable. Let’s get the first truth out of the way, I am. Lucky. And grateful. Without the support of my company allowing me to work remotely, my family making peace with the fact of rarely...read more
Croatia, Dubrovnik.read more
I’m lucky enough to have already lived in some of the most beautiful cities and countries in the world. Last year, as recurrently happens, I started wondering how and when I will figure out what and where my home is going to be. When your life is spread in so many...read more
Before leaving for my Remote Year, I created this blog that looked more or less like I had imagined the collection of my digital nomad life and stories should have looked like. I didn’t have too much time to work on it as I have been working and traveling a lot, but I...read more
packing, luggage, carry-on, trip planningread more
Follow my journey
12 months, 12 cities, 11 countries (and a few side trips).