One freebie always on offer in Panama is a glorious beach day. It costs nothing to lay your towel out on the smooth white sand and lose yourself in the therapeutic sound of crashing waves, while the bright sun washes over you.
Whether a casual visitor or a permanent resident, Sanary-sur-Mer provides the best of Southern France living in one of the most picturesque settings on the Côte d'Azur.
The other day I received a Facebook message from a friend back in the U.S. asking me how my summer was. I had to stop and think for a moment...it´s the end of summer?
We turned off the highway by Modena and followed the river through the forest. Switchback roads led up into the remote Apennine mountains. This range runs the length of Italy—a jagged zipper on the boot-shaped country that cuts it in half—from Piemonte to Sicily.
Ahh, Belize... just saying the word makes me smile. Palm trees swaying in the wind, azure sea, endless sky, parrots, fresh pineapple...and no shoes. I had become intrigued with this small central American country after reading articles...
I always run comps on any potential property I come across—to see if it is really a steal or an over-priced rip off. It takes a little more legwork but it's still easy to do. Here are my top tips.
Colombia is now seen as a tourist destination and an investment haven. Whether you live in a metropolitan city or a small town, on the coast or in the mountains, life in Colombia is authentic, rewarding, and vibrant.
The houses here seem to sprout from the ground, a formidable mass of ancient stones, old timbers and terracotta tiles...Wood piles by the doors are a clue to the harsh winters but today the gardens are blooming and fruit begins to bud on lichen-covered trees..
In the winter of 2008 I was enjoying a bit of the dolce vita in Rome, Italy as part of what I'd told my friends and colleagues was a short-term "career break," but was actually my way of escaping the rat race in Southern California... and the real estate prices that seemed to be going sky high...
Living on the sunny Floridian coast, most people might think that Bob Normand was already made in the shade. Then he discovered Costa Rica, where the beaches were even more pristine, the living was even more relaxed, and the fishing was even better.