Combining Travel and Volunteering in Colombia with the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer Program
There are a lot of complexities involved in combining travel + volunteering. Let’s talk about it & the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program.
An Honest and Detailed Review of Selina from a Solo Female Digital Nomad
Every time I stay at a Selina, I tell myself I won’t do it again. In my experience, Selina is a lot of smoke and mirrors – it looks perfect on Instagram, but the reality is disappointing.
An Honest and Detailed Review of Outsite Coliving from a Solo Female Digital Nomad
I stayed with Outsite in Bali in 2019 (they’ve now switched locations), and in 2022 in the Ocean Park location in San Juan – here is my honest review.
15 of the most epic outdoor adventure I’ve had as a solo female traveler
I love trying new things and having a unique story to tell. Here are some of my absolute favorite outdoors experiences I’ve had all over the world.
How Tasha became a full-time digital nomad and started Duraca Travels
Hi! I’m Tasha Prados, digital nomad, travel writer and creator, branding and marketing strategist, and founder and CEO of Duraca Strategic and Duraca Travels! But it didn’t start out that way.
My favorite coworking & coliving places that I’ve stayed as a digital nomad – so far
As a solo female traveler and digital nomad, one thing I value is community. And often an easy way to get set up with a community and new friends quickly when traveling is to join a coworking space or stay at a coliving place.
Four reasons why you should solo travel, from a female solo traveler
Ladies, if you’ve never experienced solo travel, let me tell you – you 👏🏽 are 👏🏽 missing 👏🏽 out 👏🏽
Dating as a Nomad and How Seven Real-Life Couples Found Love
Dating and love are fundamental parts of our lives. That doesn’t change when we hit the road. But dating as a digital nomad does present unique challenges — and opportunities. Read on to learn more about dating on the road — and some real-life stories of couples who didn’t just catch flights, they caught feelings.
Nomadily Ever After?
Whenever people ask me how long I’ve been traveling as a nomad, I say, “I just started in September 2019 — I’m a baby.” There’s a bit of a street cred you have the longer you’ve been traveling, especially if you started doing it before it was a thing.
Technology is making our travels infinitely easier – but less enchanting
“When I was your age…” – we’ve all heard our parents, our grandparents talk about what things were like “back in the day.” Travel is no different. The exponential pace of technological innovation has dramatically changed how we travel – not just for our grandparents and our parents, but for us.
How Not To Be An Asshole While Being A Digital Nomad
We become digital nomads and travel for all kinds of reasons. But most travelers can agree that one of the greatest gifts of travel is learning from other countries, cultures, and people.
9 things to know about the Maldives — besides the fact that it has picturesque beaches
9 things you should know before you go to the Maldives.
7 places in Peru you need to visit (that aren’t Machu Picchu)
Here are seven places in Peru you should visit other than Machu Picchu.