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Aerial Camping
Discover campgrounds from the sky ⛰

Aerial Camping is a community-driven photo sharing service geared toward aerial photography and camping.

Aerial Camping offers ratings and reviews for campgrounds, directions, open-community posting of photos and much more. Users can like and comment on user-submitted photos, create hashtags and even mention and reply to other users.

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Nomad List is the biggest crowdsourced database of cities in the world analyzing 250,000+ data points to help you choose where to go next.

It also connects 10,000+ remote workers on a paid online social platform, as well as organizing meetups worldwide to connect digital nomads.

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Guy Phenix
Have a look here, there is a good range of the things you are looking for.
Nick Francioso
This is by far the coolest web site and should be expanded to market all travelers regardless of being a nomad or not!!
Primer
Carrd is awesome
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Bbc
A town in Indonesia is home to a thriving group of professionals who have traded office drudgery for a more idyllic work environment.
CNBC
Unlike many of his peers, Sarafa's major life decisions are less about renting an apartment versus buying a home, and more about where his next destination will be. Digital nomads usually spend anywhere from a few months to several years in a country, and then they move on.
Inc.com
As you get up and go to work to the same office, on the same route, day after day, have you ever stopped to wonder what it might be like to work from somewhere else? Perhaps you've already cut the cord from an office, and work remotely from home, or a coffee shop.
Nytimes
The concept resonated with Stacey Chassoulas, a digital marketer from Johannesburg. She joined Unsettled's program in Buenos Aires last fall "to change the rhythms of daily life" and test the waters of remote work with her partner, Tyrone Niland. Both are 36 and love to travel, but wanted to keep their jobs and home.
WIRED
Around midnight on a recent weeknight in Boracay, an island in the Philippines consistently rated one of the most desirable beach destinations in the world, Jay Meistrich is tracking invoices from his hotel room.
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Slow cabins places temporary off the grid eco lodges at secret locations close to home. Unplug from hectic city life and enjoy the simplicity of nature, with special 'time for focus' breaks for busy entrepreneurs.

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Forbes
Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google I cover green startups and NGOs in the environmental space. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The old real estate mantra says: location, location, location.
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