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This year I discovered the beauty of working remotely, from a sunny place with a beach nearby. So far, I enjoyed Tenerife and Thessaloniki. Next, I'm preparing for Gran Canaria. What places do you recommend across Europe to live there for a month or so, preferably with nice weather, a beach, a good internet connection and sightseeing around? Thanks!
I'm Angie, a Malaysian living in Singapore, and I love Southeast Asia so much! Even if I have only visited 6 of the 11 countries here. Perhaps being a small-town girl transitioned into a big-city woman gave me an opportunity to experience the regional charms from natural forest to concrete jungle, and the easy access to the local food culture put me right at home no matter where I go. Over the past few years, I had the chance to meet a few long-term travellers from beyond, touring Southeast Asia. Often they would tell me that their favourite part about the region is the less touristy places, where they could put themselves right into the local experiences. I almost get what they mean - when I was researching for a Bali trip, I was so sick of repetitive contents about the same destinations and sights that I decided to forget about it, rented a scooter, and went about with my own exploration and schedule. Best decision ever made. Bali aside, I began to think: what about everywhere ...