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Every single location in this world is different and so are the information, an emotions and ideas that flow through them. While traveling through different locations, we are always getting influenced by something. Because of that, you are always receiving new sources of inspirations for your work. There is still however strong need to filter out distracting flows from the inspirational ones and staying on the task instead of just dreaming. It is something that needs to be learned and trained and that is why having a community of Remote Workers is so important.
Picking a location for the first ever episode of #RemoteFriendly series by RemoteWorkers was definitely a big thing. The place we pick will be the first ever forever, right? We desperately wanted the first choice to be the right one and that’s why we asked people who will know best – members of the Tenerife Digital Nomads and Remote Workers groups on Facebook. Thanks to great remote community, we had splendid recommendation in just few minutes and were ready for the trip straight away!
Although it might seems that we pick locations in alphabetical order, it is just a plain coincidence. We discovered Andana while we were wandering on the Playa Jardin and we were hooked right away. It was exactly the kind of place that we imagined ourselves working from where we started working remotely.
As a RemoteWorker, when you come to Puerto de la cruz, you definitely do not want to miss Coworking in the sun. Besides coworking and coliving, they also organize very interesting lectures and free time activities that are really worth to attend. This series are however focused on Cafés and Bars, so we decided to visit the Cafe right next door – FU Café.
While wandering through the southern part of the island we had a little bit of the problems to find a good spot for remote workers that would not be overwhelmed by commercialism but then we got to El Médano near a famous kitesurfing beach and finally found a suitable place for a RemoteFriendly badge. Hurray!
When we arrived in La Laguna, we thought that because of the university, it will be an easy task to find some RemoteFriendly Café full of students, freelancers and nomads. Once again we were wrong! After half of a day visiting different places that we got recommendations for, we have finally found the spot.