My plan was simple. As I am bilingual in English and Portuguese, I realized I could use my language skills to my advantage.
Dear New International Living Postcards Reader, Welcome to International Living Postcards—and thank you so much for joining us! As promised, your Special Report will arrive soon to the e-mail address you provided. It’s the perfect way to begin exploring retirement solutions, secrets that show you how to travel better, and spend less… explore exotic, foreign Read more...: Welcome to International Living
Paul O’Sullivan joined our band of merry travelers in 2017 as the managing editor of Fund Your Life Overseas and Incomes Abroad. A graduate of the National University of Ireland, Galway, he holds a BA in New Media and English and an MA in Literature and Publishing. Paul has traveled much of Europe, and having Read more...: Paul O’Sullivan
Donal is a Digital Content Managing Editor who works closely with our correspondents around the world to create new and engaging ways to share their experiences of retiring abroad with our readers. He has an MA in Journalism and spent several years working as a copywriter and scriptwriter, as well as a short stint as Read more...: Donal Lucey
Edel O’ Gorman serves as our Digital Content Managing Editor, and holds a Masters in Marketing and Digital Media Production. Believing people don’t remember what you say but how you make them feel she is passionate about creating the best online experience possible through highly informative and engaging content that resonates. Although she confesses to Read more...: Edel O’Gorman
Colombia is a country on the rise as far as tourism is concerned. Industry watchers note that tourism has grown by 300% since 2006, with 6.5 million visitors arriving in 2017. About twice the size of Texas, Colombia is packed with a huge variety of climates and landscapes, which means there are plenty of places Read more...: Freedom and Flexibility with a Colombian Eco-Tour Business
The next best thing to living in a wildlife park is living next to one, right? Manuel Antonio is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Costa Rica, with capuchin, howler and the adorable titi monkeys roaming the trees, and raccoons and their cousins, the long-nosed coatimundis, scurrying about.
Living in Ecuador, we have a big money problem. Or rather, we have a problem with big money. The sad truth is that the cost of things like cabs, fresh produce, lunches, and so on, is so low that no one likes to break large bills.
Meandering through the streets of this ancient, historic city provides a colorful feast for your eyes as indigenous women, draped in colorful hand-woven fabrics, tend their small stores and go about their daily lives.