Living in Uruguay

Living in Uruguay

There are many reasons to consider Uruguay as a retirement destination. Uruguay is a small country; only tiny Suriname in South America is smaller. At 68,000 square miles, Uruguay is about the size of the state of Missouri. Its population is small as well, with 1.8 million of its 3.8 million residents living in the capital city, Montevideo.

Visa & Residency in Malta

Visa & Residency in Malta

U.S. and Canadian citizens are allowed to visit Malta for up to 90 days during each 180-day period with a valid passport. Upon arrival, you will receive a Schengen short stay C-Visa. If you want to extend your visit, you can apply (before the initial 90-day expiry) at the Maltese Ministry of Foreign Affairs for an additional three months on a long stay D-Visa. Whether you receive this extra time, however, is entirely at the discretion of the Maltese authorities.

Loreto, Mexico

Loreto, Mexico

Loreto is an oasis of tranquility where you can watch the sun rise over miles of Sea of Cortez shorelines to the east and then in the evening watch the sun set over the San Francisco mountain range to the west. Loreto is a quaint Mexican town halfway up the state of Baja California Sur. The area is a nature lovers paradise where you can climb mountains, bike for miles, and snorkel the islands...

Symi, Greece

Symi, Greece

Greek islands are famous for their signature blue church domes and white buildings, but if you are looking for something with a bit more variety, come to Symi and visit Greece’s most colorful port. This tiny, peaceful island near Rhodes falls under the tourist radar and offers visitors a leisurely-paced and authentically Greek experience.