A Road Trip Through Dresden, Cologne, Berlin
Nov23

A Road Trip Through Dresden, Cologne, Berlin

We’ve taken some time away from the regular online channels to focus on writing, learning and developing new technologies, and enjoying life itself. Ten days after deactivating my Facebook, I let everybody know I will soon be deleting it, and much of my other, so-called, social media. I’m putting together a lengthy Medium article about the marriage of Big Tech and US intelligence, and its role in the failing...

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Travel Leads The Heart Home
Nov02

Travel Leads The Heart Home

Strolling through a forest in Krakow Halfway through an anticipated six months tenure in the quiet Krakow suburb of Zielonki, future prospects are becoming clearer. Upon regular, deeper reflection, my heart and mind are guiding me in a particular direction. The long term plan is organically evolving, without forcing anything. Travel plans for 2019 are taking shape. Two months, mostly business, back in India, my second ten-day...

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The Mountains of Zakopane
Oct26

The Mountains of Zakopane

In the middle of the week, four of us headed to the Polish mountainside town of Zakopane. At the foot of the Tatra mountain range, and two hours south from Krakow, Zakopane is considered the “winter capital of Poland“. While popular year round, the town’s population is a little under 30,000 people. With nearby ski and snowboard slopes, the town is home to many of the affluent, from Poland, Russia and other...

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Reprogramming Ourselves From The Comforts of Home
Oct19

Reprogramming Ourselves From The Comforts of Home

Sunset in Zielonki, as painted by Czupur the cat We return to a “normal” rhythm here at DigitalNomad.Blog. My new workmates think I am extraordinary Like one of those things pretty much everybody else in most of the world has: A home, a routine, abundant cuddles. Travel has slowed down. I’ve been building a home and relationships from a warm, comfortable, loving house near Krakow, Poland. Considering that life has...

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Wonderful Weekend in Warsaw
Oct05

Wonderful Weekend in Warsaw

Bridge on the Vistula River, Warsaw. Photo by Magdalena Dziewic On my third visit to Poland’s capital, I enjoyed a terrific weekend in Warsaw. My first time was a simple rush from north to south of the city on the Metro, transferring cross-country buses. The second, we stayed in a nice apartment, but in a quiet and sketchy area, not impressed with the nearby old quarter area, overrun by tourists. Third time lucky, Warsaw showed...

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Final Echoes at the Elbphilharmonie
Sep28

Final Echoes at the Elbphilharmonie

In a flurry of final notes and applause around the walls of Hamburg’s magnificent Elbphilharmonie, the much-anticipated David August concert came to a close. This marked the last hurrah of my book, Plan Sea, started around a year ago, concluding with the lessons learned from remote working on the road. Life is so much more than work, and must be balanced as such, as we work to live, and live to work, but neither should be more...

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