5 Reasons Freelancers and Digital Nomads Should Visit Miami

Known as “The Capital of Latin America” for its diversity and “Magic City” for its swift economic growth, the city of Miami is an awesome place for anyone who’s embraced the remote working lifestyle. This is because in recent years it has evolved with the times to cater to a wide variety of different work setups. So with that in mind, here are five reasons why freelancers, remote workers, and digital nomads should visit Miami.

Visit Miami - Wynwood Walls
Throwback to my 2017 trip to Miami’s Wynwood Walls

A Work-Life Balance-Friendly Culture

The evolving corporate culture in Miami has led the city to adopt a progressive stance towards promoting work-life balance – so much so that it is changing the city’s landscape. The 20-story, $320 million Grove Central is one example: an under-development residential condo with 400 apartments and a focus on co-living – the inclusion of shared personal spaces, gyms, bars, and even dedicated co -working areas for residents.

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Kerala Beyond the Backwaters – A Five Day Itinerary

For most travelers, a vacation in Kerala has become synonymous with the backwaters experience – cruising down the labyrinthine waterways in your own houseboat or enjoying the sights and sounds of nature through the eyes of your resort. While the waterways of Alleppey and Kumarakom, the cultural experiences in Kochi or the idyllic beach life in Varkala are major crowd pullers – we decided to forego all of the above for a tête-à-tête with Kerala’s mountains and forest reserves. This was my second time in ‘God’s Own Country’, and I decided to travel to the eastern part of the state this time. If like me, you’re returning to the southern state the second time around or looking at extending your trip post the mandatory backwaters experience, this Kerala itinerary may be of help to you. Read on –

Valara Waterfalls
Captivating Kerala

Spice Gardens, Munnar
Truly God’s Own Country
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