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More than 10.5 million households own at least one RV, according to the RV Industry Association. Most use them simply for vacations, but 1 million Americans today live full-time in their RVs. These are people who prefer long adventures to short vacations. Who want to reclaim their freedom, hit the reset button, and gain some much-needed work-life balance.
Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Nazca Lines… From the Amazon rainforest to the Andes Mountains, Peru is open for exploration. And the best part is…it’s a very inexpensive place to live. Expat couples can have a good quality life on less than $1,500 per month. Now is the time to explore Peru—and this resource is the ideal way to begin your journey.
Learn all about the best ways to enjoy a fun-filled life in the romantic, affordable, and friendly havens of Europe and Latin America. With in-depth contributions from dozens of solo expats who moved overseas, this unique resource will show you the best places to live your dream retirement.
Thailand is – without question – one of the most alluring, most enchanting, and most welcoming places we've EVER discovered.
And should you decide to visit this magical place just ONCE, you may very well "feel the pull" of this place almost immediately... start making plans to spend as much time here as you can... and want to make it YOUR new part-time or full-time home... no matter what you have to do to do it.
One of the great things about living in Thailand are all the cheap real estate opportunities. Especially rentals.
In fact, if you know where to look, you can find hundreds and hundreds (even THOUSANDS) of great rental opportunities in Thailand for under $600—$500—even $200 a month or less!
Imagine California’s Pacific Coast from Malibu to Santa Barbara before the Pacific Coast Highway was built …those areas where the mountains come right down to the sea, with rocky cliffs and wide deserted beaches… In this report, we’ll introduce you to Coastal Ecuador from north to south. We’ll provide a full dossier of each of the cities and towns that make the most sense for foreign retirees, investors, families with children, and singles. Read more.
If the Panama you envision calls for clear blue waters and long stretches of sandy beach, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of places to choose from. Cruising the Panama Coast - Dream it, Find it, Live it, details our favorite coastal locales, lifestyle and real estate options. Read on for more...
The best part of travel isn’t hitting every spot in your guidebook. It’s discovering the “hidden gems” off the tourist trail. Getting a good deal on your travels also make the experience even more rewarding. Imagine if you could get the best airfare every time you boarded a plane…or knew where to look for the best hotel room deals…or had the best tips and hints that would save you money while you roam around the world… Read more to find those out-of-the-way places, sights, restaurants, bars.
Miles-deep canyons with clear fresh water rushing over car-sized boulders, and green-velvet mountainsides where women in native garb tend small herds of cows and goats. Welcome to Ecuador’s mountains. From the northern city of Ibarra and the artisan villages of Otavalo and Cotacachi through the popular weekender town of Baños to the glorious southern colonial city of Cuenca, if mountain living is your preference you’ll love it here. In this report, we’ll take a look at some of our favorite towns in Ecuador’s highlands. Read more.
Panama City is a bustling, vibrant, and exciting metropolis. If you’re looking for inexpensive cosmopolitan living—but with the conveniences you’d expect in New York, Chicago, Miami, or any other major First-World city—you need to take a serious look at Panama City. In this special report We’ll tell you all about lifestyle alternatives and real estate prices, and give you our insider tips on saving time and money in Panama City. Read more...