Panama City: A World-Class Destination to Suit Any City-Lover’s Budget

Panama City: A World-Class Destination to Suit Any City-Lover’s Budget

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June 8, 2017

With an impressive skyline that glistens in the midday sun, Panama's capital looks modern and sophisticated. It's not uncommon for me to hear visitors comparing it to other cosmopolitan destinations like London or New York. Of course, with a population of just under 2 million, Panama City is much smaller.

Enjoying an Earn-Anywhere Income in Ecuador’s Andes

Enjoying an Earn-Anywhere Income in Ecuador’s Andes

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May 10, 2017

"I've always believed that work should be something you enjoy and love," says Joanna Gillan, who funds a life of freedom and travel with her website dedicated to the study of ancient history. "If you do something you love, no matter what your background or experience is, it will always be successful."

Property Taxes of $50 a Year and a Tranquil Lifestyle in Ecuador

Property Taxes of $50 a Year and a Tranquil Lifestyle in Ecuador

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May 10, 2017

Kristin Simmon-Lowman has found she can live her life just as she desires in Ecuador. "I'm a routine person," she says. "I spend eight hours a week taking Spanish lessons and that's something I enjoy a lot. Also, I teach English twice a week to 11- and 12-year-olds through a local education program, Uno a Uno," she says.

Peaceful Living and a Bargain Home in Costa Rica’s Central Valley

Peaceful Living and a Bargain Home in Costa Rica’s Central Valley

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May 3, 2017

What I love best about living in Atenas, Costa Rica, is how peaceful it is. The capital city of San José is only an hour's drive to the east. But whenever I have to go there, like just the other day, I always breathe out a big sigh of contented happiness when I turn off the highway and onto the main road into Atenas where we live.