I’ve never been to Aruba and I’m not a gambling man but I’m betting it all on me absolutely never leaving there once I hit the beach. Check out this news brief from Business Insider:
Move your office to the beach. Aruba is one of the Caribbean Islands trying to attract remote workers, and the Boardwalk Boutique Hotel in Aruba is making things even more enticing by setting up outdoor workstations so you can have your toes in the sand during your workday.
From beaches in Barbados to mosaics in Barcelona, countries have designed visa programs that encourage remote workers to spend an extended time in a new destination.
Each country requires an application process, which often entails providing proof of income, an active passport, and medical insurance.
These programs are becoming even more popular as countries search for ways to boost their tourism economies.
It is important to note that while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention no longer advises against nonessential travel, it does warn that “travel increases your chance of getting and spreading COVID-19”.
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