Berlin for History Buffs: A 24-Hour Guide

Berlin for History Buffs: A 24-Hour Guide

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September 13, 2019

Here’s the thing about Berlin: It’s not Europe’s most elegant city. Where Vienna, Prague, Krakow, Paris, Budapest – pick a place – look like Old Europe, Berlin… well, not so much. It looks like it was built between the 1960s and early 2000s. That’s not a knock against the German capital. It’s a knock against Read more...: Berlin for History Buffs: A 24-Hour Guide

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...

The Dos and Don’ts of Visiting Temples in Thailand

The Dos and Don’ts of Visiting Temples in Thailand

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September 6, 2019

With around 40,000 temples in use across Thailand, you will undoubtedly come across these beautiful, ornately decorated, and very colorful buildings no matter where you travel in the ‘Land of Smiles’. And as more than 92% of the Thai population identify as Theravada Buddhist, these temples have an essential role in everyday life...

Panama: Where a Couple Can Live Comfortably On $24,000 a Year or Less

Panama: Where a Couple Can Live Comfortably On $24,000 a Year or Less

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September 5, 2019

Panama is far more developed and modern than most people anticipate. The truth is, a move to Panama doesn’t mean a move away from the First World. This country has the most advanced and modern infrastructure in the region. Panama has been one of our favorite locations for overseas investmenent...

Things To Do In Girona, Spain

Things To Do In Girona, Spain

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September 5, 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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September 3, 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...

10 Things To Do in Uruguay

10 Things To Do in Uruguay

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September 2, 2019

Most travelers come to Uruguay for a summertime beach vacation. But you could easily plan an entire visit around Uruguay’s historic sights and cultural events. Then, there’s the countryside, with enough outdoor activities to fill another trip. To get the most from your time in Uruguay, it makes sense to learn your options and plan ahead...