Traveling Light: How to Travel for Months at a Time with One Small Bag

Traveling Light: How to Travel for Months at a Time with One Small Bag

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October 9, 2019

“When you travel light, your travel becomes more streamlined and flexible. You don’t wait for checked bags or contend with lost luggage. You don’t always need a taxi or other transportation to move your things. You can walk a kilometer or two with your bags,” explains Evelin...

Roman Holiday: Staying in a Converted Roman Monastery

Roman Holiday: Staying in a Converted Roman Monastery

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September 29, 2019

One of the most memorable hotel stays I have ever experienced happened in Rome, Italy. Already excited to explore this ancient city on an anniversary trip, I could have hardly imagined the breathtaking hotel my husband, Domingo, and I would stay in. If you are looking for a unique experience that marries modern amenities with historical relics and ruins...

Panama City’s Big Birthday: 500 Years of Growth

Panama City’s Big Birthday: 500 Years of Growth

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September 28, 2019

On August 15, 2019, La ciudad de Panamá—the Pacific Coast’s oldest conquistador settlement—celebrated its 500th anniversary. (That makes it older than even St. Augustine, Florida, the first such settlement in the continental U.S., est. 1565.) Panama City, a cosmopolitan capital on the Bay of Panama has long stood as a testament...

Live Richer, Spend Less – International Living’s Guide to Retiring Overseas

Live Richer, Spend Less – International Living’s Guide to Retiring Overseas

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September 17, 2019

In the book, you’ll gain the practical tools you need to help you see why a life abroad can make so much sense. You’ll be able to make rational decisions and understand if the overseas lifestyle is really for you—and if it is, the best way to go about it…to find a good fit, given your interests, priorities, budget, and dreams…

How Do You Become a Tour Guide?

How Do You Become a Tour Guide?

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September 9, 2019

Creating a Tour is Your Ticket to Fun and Profit. I love the freedom that self-employment gives. If I feel something is right, I do it. If I feel it is wrong, I don’t do it. And I can take a break whenever I need one.” For Amanda Courtney, a New Hampshire native, the only thing that rivals the taste of freedom is the taste of fine Italian wine...