After traveling from Parrita and the Clandestino Beach Resort, all 9 of us (with 5 children!) made our way over to Manuel Antonio, about a 2 hour drive through a lot of dirt roads. We stayed at a rental home with a guest house and a wonderful treehouse, which quickly became an office (when air conditioning wasn’t needed!) Thus began the week of working from a treehouse in Costa Rica in Manuel Antonio!
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I had a wonderful experience traveling to Jordan as a woman alone. I came in from Dubai and recommend this archaeologically and culturally rich, friendly country as part of any trip to the Middle East. A portion of my trip fell during Eid al-Adha, which made for a more enriching experience (although quite a few shops and restaurants closed during the day!).
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I don’t know about you, but when I travel I want to hit the ground running and avoid jet lag! I want to sleep at night on the timezone of my new location, and get up in the morning, eat breakfast and hit the streets! It’s almost impossible to do this when you sleep the whole flight, lay awake at night and feel awful in the morning. It can be avoided! See all my tips below to avoid jet lag while traveling. Continue reading “Travel Tips to Avoid Jet Lag (Hint: forced insomnia!)”