Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia: Three Great Destinations to Live in Southeast Asia

Thailand, Cambodia and Malaysia: Three Great Destinations to Live in Southeast Asia

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September 12, 2018

Living in Southeast Asia is a lot easier than you probably think…it’s easier to get around, to get what you need, to find a community that will welcome you. While the distance may be intimidating, the reality on the ground is much less so than you may imagine. Expats living in this part of the world report that life is at once exhilarating, comfortable and affordable.

Living Internationally: How to Enjoy a Roving Retirement

Living Internationally: How to Enjoy a Roving Retirement

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September 25, 2017

Advances in technology have opened up the world. Planes, trains and the Internet are all getting faster and—if you know where to look—you can embrace these changes and make your dream of exploring dozens of overseas destinations come true. Right now, living internationally...

Culture and Convenience in Colonial Granada, Nicaragua

Culture and Convenience in Colonial Granada, Nicaragua

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January 31, 2017

These days, Michael Hayden is often found strolling the colorful, cobbled streets of his adopted home, Granada, one of the oldest Spanish colonial towns in the Americas. “There’s no other place like Granada. It has a solid center…you can walk in any direction and see beautiful homes. You have impressive Mombacho Volcano in view over the streets and a steady flow of breezes from Lake Nicaragua,” says Michael.

These Expats Escaped to the Beach in Panama

These Expats Escaped to the Beach in Panama

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January 19, 2017

Cynthia West bounced through the door vibrating with the news she was about to tell her husband Robert. He listened with mounting glee as she explained her medical company's plan to inject some younger blood into the workforce. They were offering an early retirement package—one that would give Cynthia "an avenue of escape" from her high stress, 10-hour-a-day job in Silicon Valley. She grabbed the opportunity. Though Robert, 62, was working part-time...

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

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January 13, 2017

Lee's biggest business is advising people how to build eco-friendly homes out of shipping containers, throwing in alternative-energy systems, like solar panels, if they’re interested. He’s also the go-to guy in San Juan when expats and business owners have computer trouble. And he helps fellow expats transition to life in Nicaragua...