Five Ways to Travel You Might Not Have Thought About

A roving retirement allows plenty of scope to explore different ways to travel apart from the usual planes, trains and automobiles. You may not have considered other ways of getting out and about while you’re travelling, so I’ve put together my five favourite modes of travel that still allow you to do and see the things you want but add a little flaie and make for some exciting adventures along the way...

Malta Food Festivals: My Top 4

Malta is a tiny country, but it certainly makes a bold statement with its vibrant festivals. Most of Malta’s special celebrations revolve around saints’ days, fireworks and holidays like Carnival. However, it might be the food-themed festivals that best capture this island nation’s Mediterranean charm. Here are four gastronomic festivals guaranteed to whet your appetite:

Spanish Food

One of the reasons why Spain is so high up on my list of possible retirement destinations is the food. Although perhaps not as famous as French cuisine, the Spanish have a very rich and delicious food culture. The Spanish eat their main meal at lunchtime and tend to have rather long lunch breaks, sometimes followed by a siesta...

Canggu, Bali

The island of Bali has enticed many expats to retirement overseas. And, for quite some time, the towns of Sanur, Legian and Seminyak have been popular choices. But just up the coastline is Canggu and it’s quickly growing in popularity. Canggu, pronounced “changoo”, is a village located only 15 kilometres north of the more well-known party resort, Kuta...

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