Retire in Chile

Retire in Chile

Chile is consistently ranked among the safest, most economically stable countries in South America. It’s also one of the most interesting and beautiful, with northern regions hosting the driest desert in the world and its southern regions reaching all the way to Antarctica. With its diverse climate options, modern amenities, quality healthcare, and high quality of life...

Tavira, Portugal

Tavira, Portugal

A former Roman seaport once occupied by the Moors, and a town formerly known for carpet making and tuna fishing,Tavira lies 23 miles east of Faro, in the Algarve. Like many towns in the southern region of Portugal, Tavira was basically destroyed in the Great Earthquake of 1755, so many of its lovely buildings were constructed in the 18th century...

La Paz, Mexico

La Paz, Mexico

The Baja California peninsula consists of two states, Baja California to the north and Baja California Sur at the lower end of the peninsula. La Paz is the state capital of Baja California Sur (BCS). Much of the BCS population lives in either La Paz or combined cities of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose known as Los Cabos.

Koh Samui, Thailand

Koh Samui, Thailand

Koh Samui is a small tropical island off the East Coast of Thailand with a population of over 60,000 Thai people. The island was probably first inhabited over 1,500 years ago by fishermen. In recent times, fishing, coconut and rubber plantations were the major source of income. The island was without roads until the early 1970s but has long attracted backpackers. In the early 1990s tourists started arriving in increasing numbers and is now a fully-fledged tourist destination with luxury hotels, spas and boutiques...

Merida, Mexico

Merida, Mexico

Near the northern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, about 22 miles south of the Gulf of Mexico, lies the regal colonial city of Merida. This beautiful, vibrant city of some one million people offers culture, sports, modern infrastructure, world-class affordable medical care, and handy access to the...

Cost of Living in Chile

Cost of Living in Chile

Consistently ranked among the top Latin American countries when it comes to safety, political stability, and standard of living, Chile is highly sought after in the expat community. As it is still developing, Chileans tend to live a slower pace of life than those in the U.S. while also enjoying many modern amenities. The cost of living in Chile varies significantly...

Portugal

Portugal

When you imagine old Europe—those cobblestone alleys, medieval town walls, crenelated castles on hilltops, all soundtracked by the toll of church bells…Portugal delivers. Not in a touristy, contrived way, but as the standard day-to-day life of the country. It exudes history, beauty, and slow-paced living that is—by any standard other than financial—rich. (Although you needn’t Read more...: Portugal