Harrison Jacobs, provided by Published 11:41 am EDT, Sunday, April 28, 2019 Shutterstock I left New York a year ago to travel around the world as Business Insider'sinternational correspondent. While it would be impossible to pinpoint my favorite place, the place I want to return to soonest is the city of Ubud, on the Indonesian island ofBali. Ubud has a bustling community of local Balinese, digital nomads, and vacationers exploring rice terraces, temples, spiritual retreats, yoga and meditation classes, and villas set into the countryside. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A year ago, I left New York to travel the world. In that time, I've visited over 20 countries and dozens of cities — everywhere from China and Russia to Spain, Portugal, and Bulgaria. Each place had its joys and its frustrations. In Tanzania, I experienced some of the most beautiful nature in the world, but it was extremely difficult to get to. The azure waters of the … [Read more...] about I traveled the world for a year and a tiny city in Bali was the one place I can see myself returning to dozens of times
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FitAction Retreat August 2019 Adventure Island April 2020 Wild Adventure Wellness Retreats announces its new targeted retreats intersecting fitness travel and mental health tourism. How Inheriting trauma shapes you. Wellness Travel like this takes things to the next level of health. Created to reach purpose-driven individuals seeking real change who also champion wellness, I focus on results before they arrive.”— Liz GallowayUBUD, UBUD, BALI, April 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Therapeutic Retreats That Go Beyond Top-Notch Speakers, Bespoke Indigenous Ceremonies & Full Body Wellness Are Growing Wild Adventure Wellness Retreats announces its new targeted retreats intersecting fitness travel and mental health tourism. Inheriting trauma shapes your mental and physical health. And one company is building wellness and mental health tourism retreats that are changing the future of wellness getaways. Do we blame parents for personal trauma, or seek to understand the depths of … [Read more...] about Future Culture of Live Wellness Retreats Changing Epigenetic Trauma Imprinting?
Leigh Guidry Lafayette Daily Advertiser Published 9:00 AM EDT Oct 4, 2018 The days of sitting in an office might be behind us soon. There are new ways to work that mix the rising tourism trend focusing on experiences with getting the job done. As the gig economy grows and freelance work rises, more workers are becoming "digital nomads" and working from anywhere thanks to technology. And companies are rising to provide these nomad-workers with a different work experience all over the world. MORE: Newborn's epic road trip brings her to Louisiana | When contract work becomes the American Dream Unsettled is a company that provides workers a communal work space and short-term home in destinations across the globe, while also hosting travel experiences. Destinations for these two-week or month-long "co-working retreats" include Bali, Capetown, Peru and more. Cost depends on the destination and ranges from $2,000 to $3,000 per month. PACK is another company along … [Read more...] about Would your boss go for this? There are new ways to work around the world
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Africa Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by The Saturday Profile ByMarjorie Olster Aug. 17, 2018 DOUAR LAADAM, Morocco — In a tiny Moroccan village on the outskirts of Marrakesh, dozens of teenage girls wrapped up a session of after-school activities by shouting affirmations: “I am strong! I am smart! I am capable!” they cried out. “I am a leader! I am a feminist!” Such a scene might be unremarkable in the West. But it is extraordinary for this Muslim-majority country in North Africa, especially in Douar Laadam, a poor, semirural village where many teenage girls drop out of school around puberty to marry and start families. Maryam Montague — a former humanitarian aid worker turned hotelier, designer and self-described “social entrepreneur” — came up with the idea of giving these girls a … [Read more...] about Empowering Teenage Girls in a Traditional Village and Across Morocco
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by From an English country inn to a Caribbean beach resort, places our correspondents love to stay (you will like them too). What makes a hotel your favorite? The favorite? Every traveler has a different criteria: some love grand properties with opulent décor, while others prefer small places with a personal touch. The service, the food, the rooms and the setting usually figure in too. If you’re lucky, you’ve stayed at a handful of hotels that you consider to be exceptional. They’re the sort of places you’re wistful to leave. Ten travel writers for The New York Times have stayed countless nights at countless hotels. Here, places they love. HOTEL SANTA CATERINA, Amalfi, Italy I’m not sure what charmed me most when my husband, Mahir, and I arrived at the Hotel Santa Caterina, in … [Read more...] about 10 Travel Writers, 10 Favorite Hotels