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I'm Valerie Schneider, the Italy Correspondent for International Living. I wanted to take a few minutes to talk to you about connectivity, because this is a question I get asked frequently, both at the IL conferences and by email...
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Mary Wingo created and launched Cheap Cuenca Rentals, a real estate brokerage service that focuses on finding affordable housing for expats in Cuenca.
I am Laura Diffendal, the Belize Correspondent with International Living, and I want to do a quick video today about Wi-Fi and cellphone use and connectivity in Belize. So, number one, is there a good Wi-Fi in Belize?
If you’re thinking about retiring to Ecuador, you probably have a lot of questions about what it’s like to live there. You’ve probably read all about the year-round, spring-like climate in the cities of Quito and Cuenca and maybe even considered visiting the Pacific coast or the Galapagos Islands...
Jewel Havensas runs her e-commerce store from Trinidad and Tobago. She imports gemstones, crystals, and petrified wood products from suppliers around the world and sells them online.
I began importing folk art 13 years ago, after dreaming about doing it for years, and being encouraged by friends. There are many different kinds of importers, including those who work with large-scale manufacturers, or with companies that ship directly to clients, or who specialize in one product line or work only online.
I've worked with a range of clients, contributed articles to international travel publications, and visited over 12 different countries across three continents.
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