In the novel A Room with a View, author E.M. Forster wrote, “One doesn’t come to Italy for niceness…one comes for life.” If you want more life in your retirement, then Florence certainly has plenty of Renaissance flair. But, niceness too plays its part here, as Florence has nice cafés, nice museums, and nice people. Read more...: Florence, Italy
If you catch yourself doing these three things, chances are you've got the skills necessary to be a tour leader. And this means you have all you need to start a business that allows you to travel as much as you want...create your own schedule...and profit from your own interests and hobbies.
By Jim Gault In the Los Santos province on Panama’s Azuero Peninsula, nestled among large farms and cattle ranches, is the small town of Las Tablas. From here, Panama City is just a four-hour drive, and the Pacific Ocean is close by, which offers some of the best sport fishing in Central America. Las Tablas’ Read more...: Las Tablas, Panama
Located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, on the southernmost point of the Nicoya Peninsula, Montezuma has an off-the-beaten-path feel. Visitors and locals enjoy its quiet beaches, proximity to wildlife, and unique laidback artistic vibe. Though it has a small population--roughly 500 people--Montezuma has a vibrant arts...
Starting your freelance career with the arsenal of career and life skills you now have, puts you in a much better position to thrive. And, as a baby boomer, you might even be more ready to begin freelancing than you think.
The decision to retire abroad is not something that should be taken lightly. For many people it’s the best decision they’ve ever made—the adventure of a lifetime. And their only regret is that they didn’t make the move sooner. While other people just can’t adapt to life in a new country. How do you figure into which camp you fall...
Like any good traveler making a life for themselves overseas, Jamie Hodgkin has struck a balance between the need to earn an income for herself, and also taking advantage of living in a part of the world where adventure lies just beyond your doorstep.
Though the Camino de Santiago Trail is traditionally walked for spiritual reasons, Denis Houde says that today people have all kinds of motives in mind. "Some people do it for just plain tourism. For some people, it's a bucket-list thing. Some people want to lose weight. Some see it as a challenge..."
Hi IL Experts, My wife and I are in the process of looking for a place to retire. We currently live in Santa Barbara, California and have just been priced out of the area since the house that we have been renting for 18 years has recently sold. We have several factors that are important Read more...: Living Overseas with a Disability
Hi IL, We’re planning on going to Boquete in the Chiriqui provinence to check out local infrastructure. Would you be able to give myself and my wife a few tips on the following? What’s the best way to get to Boquete? Would you be able to suggest a few hotels? Would we get altitude sickness Read more...: How to Get to Boquete, Some Hotels, Tours and Things to Do