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  1. Trending Digital Nomad Locations, Cities and Hubs - BecomeNomad
    October 25, 2016 @ 11:22 am

    […] Moving on to the mysterious Caucasus region. Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, is one of the most ancient nations in the world and a mysterious place. It’s strategically located between different cultures such as Russia, Iran, and Turkey. As an ex-soviet union country, it had its share of troubles during history. But it’s now opening up to become a unique location outside of classical Europe, with low prices, good infrastructure, and nice coworking spaces. Tom Allen names 9 reasons to make Yerevan your next digital nomading basecamp. […]

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  2. Alex
    November 16, 2016 @ 10:57 am

    Hey buddy…. long time… maybe a decade-and-a-half 🙂

    Absolutely loved this post… I’ve been semi-nomading on-and-off for a few years now. The Chiang Mai reference really made me laugh; I’ve whittled away many days in the very same co-working spaces that you refer to. The closest I’ve ever been to Yerevan is probably Tbilisi, and I absolutely loved it. It had never occurred to me to visit Yerevan, but now it’s well and truly on my list. How long are you going to be there for? I’d love to catch up for some beers and chat about all sorts of things since the Exeter halcyon days. Are you still listening to EDM during your travels? I’m really into the Monstercat label right now… Puppet & The Eden Project at the top of my playlist… check it out if you have a chance!

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    • Tom Allen
      January 10, 2017 @ 2:07 pm

      Hey Alex! Wow, long time indeed! Great to hear from you! I’ll be in Armenia for a while yet, so if you do find yourself in the neighbourhood, drop me a line 🙂

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