Win Your Dream Retirement Overseas With International Living

Win Your Dream Retirement Overseas With International Living

We want your opinion! Who do you think should spend a month enjoying a test-drive retirement in The Algarve, Portugal? From the thousands of entries we received, we’ve narrowed the field to 20, who have submitted a video on why they deserve to be chosen. And now we’d like your input. Watch the top entries and vote.

Living Overseas with a Disability

Living Overseas with a Disability

We understand your concerns about accessibility. Having a disability is a unique characteristic with different people having different needs. Our experts are not making assumptions about anyone’s abilities. The question here is specifically about wheelchair accessibility. For that reason, these experts have submitted their observations about mobility accessibility in various countries.

Planning a Retirement Scouting Trip

Planning a Retirement Scouting Trip

Always wanted to live in a foreign country but not sure how to go about it? A lot of our correspondents and contributors went on retirement scouting trips before making the big move overseas. It takes time to learn which country, and even what town or city within that country, is your best fit. Below they share their experiences and what valuable lessons they learned:

Boozy, Chocolate, and Made by Monks. It Must Be Good

Boozy, Chocolate, and Made by Monks. It Must Be Good

A rich burgundy color, it is sweet, but not too syrupy, and generates a warm glow as it makes its way down into the belly. This is Ginja, a Portuguese liqueur believed to cure anything from tonsilitis to the blues. The full name is Ginginha, but it is generally called Ginja, and the best way to sample it is at a Ginja bar in Lisbon.

4 Reasons Not to Buy an RV, and 1 Unbeatable Alternative

4 Reasons Not to Buy an RV, and 1 Unbeatable Alternative

For the longest time, the American Dream meant owning your own home, likely out in the suburbs. Your own little piece of American soil. Permanency. Dreams change. For an increasing number of Americans, the dream nowadays isn’t residential permanency but permanent RV living. It is, perhaps, a sign of post-millennial America