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[Co-founder of Teknomadics] Lilia grew up in Southern California and expressed her interest for travel and the internet from a young age - building her first website when she was in 6th grade. After working in the eCommerce and Tourism Destination Marketing world for more than 6 years, she decided it was time for a change and hit the road. She currently enjoys her life as a Location Independent professional, and is working as an Interactive Marketing consultant in Thailand. Follow her adventures on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook! Lilia is a Nomadic Ambassador for Couchsurfing.org.

The Jungle of Koh Ra, Thailand

Koh Surin National Park is a paradise of scenic beaches, primary jungle, pristine waters, and the most extensive coral reef in Thailand. The area is inhabited by tribes of the Moken Sea Gypsies, an ancient nomadic people. The closest resort to this paradise lies a boat ride away, on the neighboring Koh Ra. Both the island and the Ecolodge are a definite hidden gem.

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From Couches to Tents – Couchsurfers Gear Up for TentSurf 2011

450 couchsurfers ditched their couches and camped out in the heart of the Rockies for the first North American CS Camp Out in 2009. The organizer, Jon Cordoba, has turned that epic event into an annual gathering currently based in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico. In its new location, the event drew more than 250 couchsurfers in 2010 (teknomadics included!), and is now gearing up for the fun shenanigans this coming June 9-12th!

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Alone But Not Lonely

Meaningful alone time, as it turns out, is a powerful need and a necessary tonic in today’s rapid-fire world. Indeed, solitude actually allows us to connect to others in a far richer way. We live in a society that worships independence, yet deeply fears alienation: our era is sped-up and over-connected.

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Why Visit India?

If I could sum up India in a word, it would be ‘variety.’ A country long known for its spices, India has proved to the world that variety actually is the spice of life there. The interplay of motley colors, the art, the sights, the music..

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