My days in New York had been spent in a small office strewn with documents under fluorescent lights. Now they’re spent in the vast Bali Sea, surrounded by mesmerizing coral under schools of dazzling fish. In Bali, my morning coffee is taken on the terrace, looking at the tropical flowers in the garden. In New York, a terrace? Ha!
The area around Tamarindo in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, has become quite a mecca for families over the past few years. Many people from the U.S. and Canada head south to the pristine beaches of the Gold Coast to benefit from its tropical climate, easy access to nature, and the opportunity to spend more quality time with each other. Many families with...
A second passport is the ultimate way to protect your family’s safety, security, and wealth and can open the door to a world of international investment and income options that are off limits to you now. That’s why Jeff is hosting a special event this November: The Second Passport Seminar: Why You Need One and How to Get One.
The English-speaking country of Belize has a lot going for it. For a tiny country, it packs a big wallop when it comes to charm and scenery. For the would-be expat—especially if you're looking for real value—there are many areas deserving of your attention. Places where you can live the laidback, Caribbean lifestyle of your dreams.
Spain is known for many things, but its beaches are one of the top reasons people from around the world come to visit this beautiful country. With the Spanish coastline stretching 3,576 miles, there are countless options around the country. All of which have their own unique charm. Here’s our list of the best beaches on mainland Spain.
Cruise a river past the terraced landscape of one of Portugal’s finest wine-growing regions. View a Gothic church with 650 pounds of gold plating. Step back in time at Portugal’s best-preserved Roman ruins, and experience interactively the history of the nation’s capital. Stretch out on the sands of the Portuguese Riviera...
After traipsing across mainland Mexico by motorcycle for two-and-a-half months, our plan was to wind down the trip with a zig-zag route up the Baja peninsula, eventually crossing the U.S. border in Arizona. While we could have re-entered the U.S. through Texas, we were adamant that Baja had to be part of this Mexican whirlwind adventure.
My husband, Chris, did not weep for joy when he proposed, on our wedding day, or when we won this contest—but he did in Lagos—over fish. As he wiped the tears from his eyes with the navy-blue paper napkin, a large oval plate with fish bones, and a few more remnants of our meal in front of him, “I’m in heaven,” he said. “I’m going to build a house right...
Jamaica is a popular tourist destination. This summer the island recorded its most visitors and earnings from tourism in history. A tropical vacation with white-sand beaches, reggae, rum punches, waterfalls, and even great hiking may make Jamaica seem like the perfect place to relocate. In fact, that’s how most expats end up in Jamaica.
With an impressive 1,243 miles of coastline, Baja California Sur is ideal for every type of beachcomber. Baja California Sur has an active tropical storm season, so many of the beaches change over time. With each storm, one coastal inlet may gain more sand and beach area, while others become smaller.