Anyone thinking of living, working, or retiring abroad has a lot of choices to make about when, where, and how they’re going to do it.One of the most important considerations is one that a lot of expats I know wish they had given more weight to during their initial planning.
It’s often said a place has something for everyone. That’s not always true. But in the case of Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, you can bet on it. Whether you’re looking for great food, a vibrant nightlife, historical and cultural sites, or just the simple life...
Powder-soft, white sand beaches. Crystal-clear Caribbean water. Year-round balmy weather and tropical breezes. World-class shopping, recreational pursuits, and modern, reliable infrastructure.
While traveling in a pair or groups is always fun, there is nothing more exciting than going on a solo vacation. It’s a feeling of freedom that gives you the desire to embrace the entire world at once. From my own experience, I have five suggestions that should help you make the most out of your solo trip.
My wife Christie and I had heard some scary stories about Medellín and even watched both series of Narcos on Netflix, leading us to pretty much write off the city as a place to visit, let alone live.
It’s easy to get nervous when adding up the costs of living abroad and traveling. By making choices about my priorities, I was able to afford to live a life I loved and explore Europe’s beauty during the six months I spent there.
When you think of Spain, Barcelona’s glittering Gaudi architecture and sunshine-filled beaches may first come to mind, but the country has another secret cultural haven: Madrid.
Mellow port wines nurtured in northern vineyards. Sun-kissed, sandy beaches with world-class surfing. A capital city whose cable cars clatter over hilly, cobblestoned streets sweeping down to the bay.
Mexico's amazing flora is what brought me here. You have plants ranging from desert cactus to jungle orchids. Plants vary with climate and Mexico has just about any kind of climate you would want.
The Philippines is a nation comprised of over 7,000 islands, and an internet search for “best islands in the Philippines” turns up 78,500,000 results, so picking the right spots can seem a little daunting.