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As I march along my journey around the top digital nomad cities in the world, I want to do one thing consistently. My main hustle is to connect with each local nomad community, but I also love to dance on the side💃During the pandemic, I found a K-Pop dance group Footwork Dance (Portugal) on YouTube that regularly produce dance videos on the beautiful streets of Lisbon. I was amazed by how a group of people in Lisbon could embrace the culture from the other side of the world, and take it to the local streets.Yesterday, I was lucky to have invited a member from that group to do a little collab with me, hope you enjoy, and the tutorial of this choreography is at:https://youtu.be/leb63CJ0OiUDancers on IG:@tiny_nami @workanywheregoVideographer on IG:@luz_300000000 from @wecandancecrew, she’s an awesome hip-hop dancer herself!Song:Big Energy by @Latto Choreography:@Jeremy Green P.S. I also want to highlight the fact that I’m using the clean version without the juicy lyrics😅#bigenergy #bigenergydance #bigenergychoregraphy #dance #danceduet #dancecollab #urbandance #jazzfunk #kpopdance #DigitalNomad #AspiringDigitalNomad #AspiringNomad #TravelEnthusiast #AvidTraveler #Nomad #WorldTraveler #GlobalTrotter #Traveltheworld #LocationFreedom #GoTravel #GoExplore #Wanderlust #Travel
The best places to live in Portugal: From the Algarve to Porto, take a look at the top expat spots in Portugal. Find your perfect place. If you’re looking for a new home country, Portugal should be at the top of your list of options. Whether you’re a digital nomad looking for your next destination, a group of friends looking forward to your next trip, or a family looking to settle down, Portugal has a city to suit your needs.Timecodes0:00 – intro0:30 – 10. Albufeira1:25 – 9. Guarda2:24 – 8. Beja3:10 – 7. Évora4:15 – 6. Viseu5:06 – 5. Coimbra5:57 – 4. Aveiro6:55 – 3. Miranda do Douro08:04 – 2. Porto8:44 – 1. Lisbon
Ep.15 One solution to being stalled from acquiring an Italian Residency Visa is to move to Portugal… at least for a little while. In this episode, we talk about the D2 and D7 visa options and why we’ve planned a trip to Lisbon and Porto in September.If you have ideas that would help us with moving to Portugal, please let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @findGinaMarie.Chapters:00:00 IntroFinding Gina Marie is our video podcast about discovering family and our journey to relocate to Europe.FOLLOW US* Twitter: https://twitter.com/kevinhoctor* Twitter: https://twitter.com/judyhoctorFOLLOW FINDING GINA MARIE* Twitter: https://twitter.com/findGinaMarie* Website: https://findingGinaMarie.com* YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCVmDMajBQLqFHbj4V2rjvGg* Podcast RSS feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1967301.rssVIDEO EQUIPMENT* Primary/B-Roll Camera: Sony ZV-1* Editing: Final Cut Pro X on an M1 MacBook Pro* Key Light: Aputure Amaran 100d COB LED Light* Diffuser: Selens Hexadecagon Softbox 65cm/26in* Color Light: Aputure Amaran MC RGBWW Mini * Fill Light: Elgato Key Light Professional Studio Light* Light/Camera Stand: Neewer Pro Stainless Steel Light Stand Tripod with Casters* Vocal Microphones: RODE PodMic* Audio Recording: RODECasterPro
PORTUGALCosts: €83 for the visa and €72 resident permit fee.Length: 1 year up to 5 years.Income to prove: €600 per month (this can come from a variety of sources)GREECECost of Visa: €75Length: 1 year can be extended to a maximum of 3 yearsIncome to prove: €3,500 per month plus 20% for spouse/partner and 15% for each childSPAINCost of Visa: $140 (Non-Lucrative Visa)Length: 1 year and can be renewed (Non-Lucrative Visa)Income to prove: €2151 per month (Non-Lucrative Visa)CROATIACost of program: Between €80 to €130Length: Maximum 1 year, can be reapplied for after 6 months awayIncome to prove: €2,232 per month or €26,790 for 12 months stay. This is for one person an additional 10% is required per partner/family memberGERMANYCost of visa: €100Length: 6 months up to 3 yearsIncome to prove: proof of self-sustainability, plus you need an address in GermanyGEORGIACost of program: freeLength: 1 year, but if you register a business like the Individual Entrepreneur scheme this can lead to permanent residency.Income to prove: $2000 per monthCZECH REPUBLICCost of program: freeLength: 1 year, but can be extendedIncome to prove: €5,587 in the bank per personTax to pay: 1,800 Kč (€70) per month#europe #traveltips #travelvlog #worldtraveler #travelshorts #wanderlust #digitalnomad #remotework #expat
Hi, everyone! In this video I’ll share with you the usual daily routine of a digital nomad in Portugal. Digital Nomad Lifestyle is what you should definitely try, especially if you are about to become a digital nomad in 2022.Hope this video will actually help! Check out all other Digital Nomad’s Vlogs on my channel and Subscribe.#digitalnomad #digitalnomadlifestyle #portugal
Quit our jobs to travel and move closer to happy. The reality kicks in and we have a moment (or 3) of freaking out about the future. A total, epic fail!#closertohappy,#cherylpia,#cliffpia,#quitourjobstotravel,#traveltoportugal,#portugal retirement, #digital nomad 2022
In this episode, I talk to Diana Tran, an Asian American woman who has been traveling the world since 2018. She’s been completely nomadic and enjoying the freedom of the earth while working on her own business. She is of Vietnamese descent and has lived there, Nepal and Portugal. Most recently, she visited Brazil, and some of her stories will certainly surprise you. Diana is the epitome of a new, developing breed of solo women travelers and her experiences can inspire others to do the same. Subscribe for more.
Let’s go through some of the comments you’ve left over the last few days and let’s talk about my three months spent in Portugal. It’s pretentious for me to call myself a digital nomad at this point. Here’s my story.–Laura.
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Are you looking for your next destination as a digital nomad? Would you like to know why Porto, Portugal is the best choice for living your laptop lifestyle? Then read Crucial Constructs’ guide on the city today!Visit https://crucialconstructs.com/how-to-be-digital-nomad-in-porto-portugal for more information.
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