Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | 5 Tips for Keeping It Together as a Digital Nomad Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Travel Tips Sure, being able to work remotely and travel nonstop is a blast. But it’s not without downtime and difficult moments. ByGeoffrey Morrison Oct. 15, 2019, 5:00 a.m. ET For most of the last five years I’ve lived as a digital nomad, In the end, though, it’s worth it. Here are some tricks I’ve learned to keep those bad days to a minimum. No one understands what you are No matter how much you have explained it, no one will truly get it. The mind-set of “work” only being possible in an office, and only having two weeks each year for vacation, is pervasive (and in my opinion, troubling). You are going to have to make an extra effort to maintain relationships, both … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Keeping It Together as a Digital Nomad
We asked Boston.com readers to share heir favorite New England leaf peeping spot, and dozens of readers responded with locations that ranged from the Boston Common to New Hampshire’s White Mountains to, well, the entire state of Vermont (14 readers answered simply “Vermont”). Some readers, on the other hand, chose to keep mum: “Not giving away secrets,” Cindy Pinder wrote on Facebook. Ahead, discover the foliage spots most beloved by our readers. If multiple people shared the same answer, we noted it in parenthesis after the destination. In Massachusetts Arnold Arboretum (2) Ashfield Blue Hills Berkshires (3) Boston Common Cape Cod Charles River Concord Cemetery Fenway Park Harvard Ipswich Jamaica Pond (2) Mohawk Trail Mount Auburn Cemetery (3) Northampton Plymouth Public Garden (6) Salem Stockbridge Topsfield Walden Pond Western Mass. (2) Worcester (2) In Vermont Inn at Mountain View Farm Killington Route 100 S. Woodbury Stowe (3) Vermont (14) Woodstock … [Read more...] about We asked for the best places to go leaf peeping. You answered.
THE best hotel bars in the world have been revealed - with six of them found in London. Of the 44 winners, the well-known Shangri-La Hotel and The Dorchester both featured. Also on the list in the UK was The Connaught, The Langham, The Savoy and Hotel 41. The winning list, revealed by Forbes, looked across 13 countries at both the creativity and variety of drinks, as well as the best service, snacks and interior. The US also came out on top with 11 winners, while France, Italy and the UAE also featured, among others. We've rounded up all of the 2019 winners to add to your bucket list.The Alpina Gstaad, Switzerland Aman Venice, Italy Boston Harbor Hotel, US Bulgari Resort Bali, Indonesia Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, UAE Carlton Hotel St. Moritz, Switzerland The Connaught, UK The Dorchester, UK Encore Macau, China Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva, Switzerland Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, Italy Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon, Portugal Four Seasons … [Read more...] about Forbes names world’s best hotel bars and six are in the UK
Frederick Lightbourn, the proud owner of Nassau’s Poop Deck restaurant, approached us as we finished a delicious plateful of conch fritters and rice and peas, anxious to know if everything had been to our satisfaction. “We take great pride in serving the freshest seafood,” he insisted. “It’s a lot easier – and cheaper – to serve imported fish these days, but I want people to get the real thing. I come from this beautiful country, and it’s a great place to have grown up, so I want everyone to have a little taste of our island. I promise you the best meal you can have in this country.” For Frederick, proprietor of our pink-hued seafront lunch spot overlooking Delaport Bay on the northern shore of New Providence, local flavour and authenticity is a genuine concern. And, as it turned out, it’s a familiar refrain. Everywhere we went in the Bahamas, people were almost painfully keen for us to appreciate “this … [Read more...] about How your holiday can help the Bahamas bounce back
Saigon Station to sell 287,000 train tickets for Tet The tickets will be sold from October 20 through www.dsvn.vn, vetau.com.vn, and giare.vetau.vn or at railway ticket offices. Customers can also buy the tickets through applications, including Momo, Vimo, ViettelPay or by phone. Each passenger is only allowed to buy four one-way tickets. To meet the high demand, the company will also offer hard seats using plastic chairs for passengers on some routes. The Tet train schedule will begin from January 12 to February 11 next year. At the peak time, around 44 trains will be operated, including 20 on the North-South route. Dtinews … [Read more...] about Saigon Station to sell 287,000 train tickets for Tet