Your A-to-Z Guide to Bali

Your A-to-Z Guide to Bali

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December 13, 2019

Indonesia offers a retirement visa officially called ITAS Lansia-Retirement Temporary Stay Visa (lansia stands for lanjut usia). You have to be 55 years old or older to get this visa and the initial cost is less than $700 (plus around $700 to renew). One condition of this visa is that you must hire local staff, such as a housekeeper or a gardener...

The Best Places for Scuba Diving and Kiteboarding in the Caribbean

The Best Places for Scuba Diving and Kiteboarding in the Caribbean

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December 12, 2019

Some of the best spots in the world to go kite boarding and windsurfing, as well as scuba diving and snorkeling, are within a short flight of the U.S. Moreover, lessons, equipment rental, accommodation, entertainment, food, and transportation are a fraction of the cost of what you could expect to pay in the U.S...

Moving Abroad With Your Kids

Moving Abroad With Your Kids

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December 10, 2019

Now more than ever, families with children are making the conscious decision to move abroad. This is far different than a corporate transfer or assignment to an overseas military base where everything (transportation, housing, etc.) is taken care of for you, and the move is for just a few years...

TEFL vs CELTA: Which Qualification Do I Need to Teach English Abroad?

TEFL vs CELTA: Which Qualification Do I Need to Teach English Abroad?

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December 9, 2019

Teaching English offers you flexibility, the chance to meet people from around the world, and a sense of achievement as you watch your students gain confidence in English under your tutelage. There are numerous language schools both online, and in person, all around the world that are desperate for native English speakers to join their ranks...

5 Months on the Road Discovering Europe’s Best Culinary Delights

5 Months on the Road Discovering Europe’s Best Culinary Delights

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December 9, 2019

When we visit Europe, we naturally expect the kind of dining experiences we see in the movies: a quaint bistro, a warm welcome from a genial chef, plates piled high with chicken parmesan so good it makes us weep, and a check that's half what we’d pay for a fast-food burger back home...

Things To Do In Girona, Spain

Things To Do In Girona, Spain

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December 7, 2019

Sun, sea, and sand are usually the top reasons that people choose Spain for their retirement destination, but what if you could also have mountains and snow, hot spas, medieval towns and villages, vineyards, art and culture, and beautiful landscapes? In the Province of Girona, in the north-east corner of Catalonia...

5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

5 Top Spots to Start Your Digital Nomad Journey

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December 6, 2019

Whether you’re thinking about remote working or creating a freelance income, or you already have one, there is a world of options available to you. To help you narrow in on a destination, and give you a taste of what the untethered life is all about, we’ve compiled our top five destination recommendations for boomer digital nomads...

Where are the Best Beach Communities for Expats?

Where are the Best Beach Communities for Expats?

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December 5, 2019

Mexico has a wide range of beach communities that are ideal for expats. It’s hard to pick “the best.” But there are a few standouts that people considering Mexico should take a closer look at. Puerto Vallarta is a bustling resort town on the Pacific coast that has been drawing vacationers and expats for decades...