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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September 19, 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...

Surfing in Indonesia: The Best Places to Visit

Surfing in Indonesia: The Best Places to Visit

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September 18, 2019

Indonesia is a nation comprising over 18,000 islands, and is known for its array of beaches, many of which are ideal surf havens. Each year surfers from all over the world flock to the islands in search of the perfect wave and an idyllic holiday. One of the benefits of surfing in Indonesia is the amazing number of world-class surf breaks...

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…

3 Towns I Love Near Medellín, Colombia – Guatapé, Jericó, and Jardín

3 Towns I Love Near Medellín, Colombia – Guatapé, Jericó, and Jardín

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September 15, 2019

Medellín, the world-famous capital of Colombia's coffee-growing region, is a justly popular tourist destination. But if you visit just the city itself without exploring the smaller towns nearby, you’re missing out on a treat. The charm, beauty, and friendliness of the locals are even more evident in these three towns...

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...