LandLopers Picks of the Week

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1. Engineer on the Road

While I’ve never been an expat, I’m always intrigued at learning more about the lifestyle and the initial culture shock that many times can accompany living abroad. In this post we learn about living in what is a fairly exotic location.

I love being an expat in Yangon

 

2. Passport and a Toothbrush

I can’t say that I have any great desire to plan a trekking trip to Nepal, but that doesn’t mean I don’t find it intriguing. While a very practical post, this is also a great insight into the realities of exploring such a remote part of the world.

A first timer’s guide to trekking in Nepal

 

3. Just Chuckin’ It

The best part of producing online content is that our only limitation is our own creativity; a fact many forget. Obviously Ryan hasn’t though, as this post featuring his favorite photos and videos from a recent trip to Canada clearly proves. I love the graphics and presentation; he has truly succeeded in making Eastern Canada look like a place everyone should visit; which I guess it probably is.

Photo and Vine Timeline Through Canada

 

4. HubSpot

Ok, in what is a departure for me this obviously isn’t a travel blog. HOWEVER, this is very important information for anyone who used (notice the tense) Google Reader to read online content. Just so you know, you can also find me on the Flipboard and Pulse apps.

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4 Responses

  1. Ryan

    Thanks for the rad shout out mate, glad you dig the article! ‘it was my first time including fine videos in a photo essay, and I think it may become more apparent in post. Awesome times throughout Eastern Canada and good grabbing drinks with ya!

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  2. On A Junket

    Great list. Thanks for the reads.

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  3. Caro

    Big thanks for sharing our post on Nepal, especially with some other really rad posts! Did I just say rad? Ugh, I blame you Ryan! Argh, we really need to get out East!

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  4. Tim Horgan @ On and Off the Gringo Trail

    I like the Yangon one – Anthony Bourdain has an episode about it (and Burma as a whole) in his series ‘Parts UNknown’

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