In the two weeks in Tarifa, I’ve found loads of inspiration for my work and the journey I’m planning to take it, met the friendliest local people and had great times with entrepreneurs who love sharing their stories and tips. This mix of the people and the location makes for the perfect atmosphere to get work done while enjoying the travellers lifestyle.
After a long period where my to do list has just grown, I’ve tried to get it down for the last 6 months, by focusing on unfinished tasks and getting an overview. At Refuga Spain I got the opportunity to get to the bottom of everything. After a very productive week in the remote house, I have reached the best level in 6 years.
Attending the Refuga trip to Spain is probably the best decision I ever made. Refuga helped me to get a perspective of my business and the global ecosystem per se. If you are looking to scale up your operations to other countries, I think Refuga is a good start to that.
It’s a kind of holiday (in a nice place) in which you have the possibility to work (as a digital nomad, you have a coworking space close to you) meeting other people coming from all over the world and sharing different activities with
Outsite was the perfect place to regroup as a team in an environment that fuels creative thinking. When we weren’t working from their cool office space, we were surfing or playing beach volleyball.
You can choose to opt into being social, but also everyone’s perfectly happy with you pulling away to do your own thing, so it’s a really productive environment.
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