Get Paid to Guide Tourists Through Spain’s Ancient Pilgrim Trail

Get Paid to Guide Tourists Through Spain’s Ancient Pilgrim Trail

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July 10, 2018

Though the Camino de Santiago Trail is traditionally walked for spiritual reasons, Denis Houde says that today people have all kinds of motives in mind. "Some people do it for just plain tourism. For some people, it's a bucket-list thing. Some people want to lose weight. Some see it as a challenge..."

Teaching English and Living Like a Local in Small-Town Costa Rica

Teaching English and Living Like a Local in Small-Town Costa Rica

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July 8, 2018

Like some of you, I've been reading International Living magazine for years, dreaming of the day I would find myself enjoying life in another country.In September 2016, I found the courage to take that leap. Barely one month after my 59th birthday, I traveled solo to Costa Rica. My plan was to try living there for a year...

I Saw 7 Countries in 7 Months…With This Portable Income

I Saw 7 Countries in 7 Months…With This Portable Income

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July 5, 2018

When I was asked to write this article, the editor enquired if I was still in Buenos Aires—that was where I was the last time we spoke. I laughed and had to tell him that Argentina was seven countries ago. (I actually had to count the places I had been on my fingers.) He was quite surprised, as it had only been seven months since we'd last caught up...

How Blogging Works and How to Make Money From Blogging

How Blogging Works and How to Make Money From Blogging

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July 3, 2018

Do you dream of ditching the boss...enjoying more freedom in life...and not being ruled by the clock? Do you want the freedom to travel...to take a lazy lunch on a hillside...to savor fine wine and fresh olives in an outdoor café...to spend weeks exploring warm, white-sand beaches? If you answered yes to those questions...

A New Start in Costa Rica Reaps Infinite Lifestyle Rewards

A New Start in Costa Rica Reaps Infinite Lifestyle Rewards

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July 3, 2018

When Jennifer Rice's husband passed away, she decided to make a new start outside the U.S., in an effort to rebuild her life with her daughter. As her father was an international executive, she had grown up as a world traveler, spending time in Hong Kong, Spain, Brazil, and the Virgin Islands...