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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Bianca

Bianca of It’s All Bee is a trés stylish full time IT consultant and part time traveller from London who enjoys her little indulgences and so spends her time working towards fulfilling her dream of travelling the globe a little at a time. We’ve interviewed her among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Mindi & Daryl

Mindi and Daryl from 2 Food Trippers both work full time in Philadelphia, maximise their day, often working  late into the night, early in the mornings and on weekends. We’ve interviewed Mindi among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other travellers with full time jobs, that it is indeed doable. How do you manage

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Heather

Heather of The Conversant Traveller works full time at an outdoor education centre in the UK, is very honest about how the two do overlap sometimes, and while she loves having a place to call home, she manages to switch off and take a break. We’ve interviewed her among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Anne

Anne of Anne Kleins Solo Travels and Adventure is a full time nurse and part time traveller from the UK, who presently loves her job and has no plans of calling it quits. She maintains the boundaries between the two pretty well. We’ve interviewed her among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Tracie

Tracie from Tracie Travels and Jen and Tracie Go is a wedding and portrait photographer from Seattle who  juggles 2 travel blogs, which is a tough balancing job, but with some planning in advance, she does manage it. We’ve interviewed her among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other travellers with full time jobs,

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Chaitanya

Chaitanya from Mumbai blogs at Traveling Curiously, has a full time job in advertising and just opened his own  startup as well. He also intends on studying his Masters. We’ve interviewed him among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other travellers with full time jobs, that it is indeed doable. How do you manage

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Bruno

Bruno of Geeky Explorer is a marketing consultant and part- time traveller from Barcelona. He makes the most of  every 24 hours and uses long weekends and company leave smartly. We’ve interviewed him among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other travellers with full time jobs, that it is indeed doable. How do you manage

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Travellers Who Work Full Time: Lale

Lale of Lale’s Wanderlust is currently a full-time student, doing a master’s in Deaf Education in NYC and travels between semesters. She also babysits to earn money for between semesters trips. We’ve interviewed her among other travellers who work full time as a part of our weeklong initiative “Don’t Quit Your Job, And Travel” in the hope that we’ll inspire other travellers with full time jobs, that it is indeed

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Lub d Siam Square – Lub’d every minute of it

This is something we’ve never done before. In all the cities in all the countries around the world. This is a first. Staying at a hostel. When we first heard from Lub d, it was both strange and exciting to agree to stay over when we’re in Bangkok. They were kind enough to let us stay at both of their properties (one in Silom and the other at Siam Square)

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The Miami Hotel Chiang Mai – A bed & budget

In Thailand, we did a whirlwind trip to Chiang Mai and we were pleasantly surprised at every moment. We were invited to stay at the Miami Hotel by the owner’s granddaughter. We checked in pretty late in the evening, and thankfully the property was just a quick 15 minute (or 120 baht) taxi ride from Chiang Mai Airport. We reached the property and realised it was very conveniently located on

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