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She used to be a lawyer. Now, she tells stories about living and eating abroad. Legal Nomads share the lessons she has learned in her years of travel, as well as resources for people wanting to try something similar. She doesn’t sugar coat, and she doesn’t post fluff pieces. As her travels have evolved, so has this site. Legal Nomads remains, most of all, a place to tell stories. She hopes you enjoy it!

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The Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon street food guide: what to eat and where to find it in town
After two winters of stuffing my face around this city I love, I thought I would put together a guide to Saigon street food, gathering some of the places I keep coming back to in one place. These are not the absolute best of everything, but rather a cross-section of delicious, cheap and authentic foods that are also conveniently located.
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Why we get jet lag and 5 tips for making it less painful
After years of long-term travel, I have yet to find a way to fully avoid feeling the effects of jet lag. Colleagues have said that they barely notice changes to their circadian rhythm, and long-term travel leads to more of the same. But my own body is different.
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Travel to northern India: the good, the bad, & the ugly
Each of us notices something different upon a return to what is familiar. For me, clouds. For my mother, sitting in traffic on that drive back home, the quiet. No horns, no yelling, no whistles being blown and no cows, goats or camels in the road. Turning to stare out of the window, she smiled "I kind of miss the cows though."
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How to eat street food without getting sick
One of the most frequent questions from readers is a straightforward one: how can we do what you do and eat street food without getting sick? I get this query from readers all over the world, and it's what led me to write a longer form book about that very topic.
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How travel helps us keep life in perspective
No discussion about returning from a prolonged period abroad is complete without thorough time devoted to reverse culture shock. And within the larger folds of a discussion about reentry, the conversation inevitably turns to perspective. Specifically, that people don't seem to have any. Of course this isn't a fair statement, but coming off of long-term travel to the developing world often leaves you in a fastidious state of mind.
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