Suitcase Importing Pays for Your Travel…and Anyone Can Do It

Suitcase Importing Pays for Your Travel…and Anyone Can Do It

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January 23, 2019

I began importing folk art 13 years ago, after dreaming about doing it for years, and being encouraged by friends. There are many different kinds of importers, including those who work with large-scale manufacturers, or with companies that ship directly to clients, or who specialize in one product line or work only online.

Enjoying Simple Pleasures in Salamanca, Spain

Enjoying Simple Pleasures in Salamanca, Spain

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January 20, 2019

Cafe con leche is the typical Spanish coffee. Now, you could head to the American-style shop a few blocks from my apartment for a $7 plain coffee. However, I prefer the local café where you can sit outside on the cobblestone patio and sip leisurely while people-watching. The delicious treat only costs $1.25, the workers always greet you with an enthusiastic "Buenos dias!" and no one rushes you to vacate your seat.

I Moved to Panama and Switched Snow for Sunshine

I Moved to Panama and Switched Snow for Sunshine

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January 18, 2019

My girlfriend, Corissa, and I were still living in Calgary, Canada, this time last year. Anyone who has ever been to Alberta in winter will tell you how cold it gets in this part of the world—25 F below zero is not uncommon in Calgary. Therefore, we both decided to pack our bags and drive Read more...: I Moved to Panama and Switched Snow for Sunshine

“I Started a Skate Rink Business in Family-Friendly Boquete”

“I Started a Skate Rink Business in Family-Friendly Boquete”

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January 16, 2019

When Leslie King’s parents decided it was time to retire, they had a family meeting about where they would live. Her dad was the first to come up with the idea of moving to Panama. After that, Leslie researched like crazy and came to the same conclusion. “It had the perfect temperature,” she says. “The Read more...: “I Started a Skate Rink Business in Family-Friendly Boquete”