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What digital nomads write about our community in Las Palmas

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is increasing in popularity, with lots of digital nomads visiting each year. Lots of them have a travel blov and have written about their experience in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Here I have collected the travel blogs from community members, who shared also their experience with Live it up, Las Palmas! in their blog post.

Do you have a blog and have you been writing about our community? Reach out to me in Slack and I will add your blog!

Las Palmas – a digital nomad review by Pete from “Pete Codes”

“There are pretty much social events every night here – it’s a bit like Freshers Week at a British uni all over again (minus the crazy amounts of alcohol). A big credit to Nelly who organises the free Live it Up, Las Palmas! community. It’s a really awesome group and the life-blood of the nomad scene here.

Read Pete’s full review about Las Palmas here

Useful tips for digital nomads in Las Palmas by Paulina from “Salty Travels”

“Live it up, Las Palmas!, this is the Holy Grail for digital nomads in Las Palmas. It’s even more important than booking a flat. It’s a community group gathering English-speaking and mostly remotely working people in Las Palmas. It was created by Nelleke. She is managing the group and seems to live in Las Palmas.”

Read all of Paulina’s tips (from SaltyTravels) for Las Palmas here

Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Coliving & Coworking by Paul from “ProMarketingOnline”

“Live it Up Las Palmas – is one of the biggest and most active communities in the city for digital nomads and remote workers.”

Read Paul’s full review of his time in Las Palmas here

Digital Nomading in the Canary Islands by Charlie from “Charlie On The Move”

“The best place to meet the community is the slack group Live it Up, Las Palmas! It is the virtual place where everybody meets and makes plans: there is always somebody wanting to go for food, seeking accommodation or flatmates, organizing sports such as volleyball or yoga, or weekend hikes – there’s lots of outdoor adventures to be had in Gran Canaria.

Check Charlie’s full post ánd other articles about Gran Canaria here

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