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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.
Costa Rica’s Central Valley towns are known for their beauty and charm. The many expats who have their second homes in the Valley enjoy going to art galleries, handicraft shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants, flower markets, and friendly village churches. If you’d prefer the serenity of a lakeside community, then consider Costa Rica’s Arenal area. The site of the Arenal Volcano, it also boasts ravishing Lake Arenal and the charming villages of Nuevo Arenal and Tilarán. Read More.
This itinerary report help ensure you experience the very best of Costa Rica and make sure you see everything you need to see in one week...two weeks...or even a four-week vacation. The resource will show you how to travel around from place to place in Costa Rica...where to stay...where to play...and where to dine...
This report is like having your own Italian "virtual tour guide" at your side. You could choose to follow one itinerary for just one week… You could follow two of them in a row, one after the other, for a two-week vacation…and explore even more of Italy… Or, you could do all three "back-to-back" for an epic three-week Italian adventure. It's all up to you…
If you'd like to spend one week, two weeks, or up to four weeks in France, this guide will show you how to have the trip of a lifetime while you're there. This helpful, timesaving resource contains three highly-researched France travel itineraries you can follow along the next time you visit France. All you have to do is determine how long you'd like to stay in France.
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.
If you'd like to spend one week, two weeks, or up to four weeks in Ecuador, this guide will show you how to have the trip of a lifetime while you're there.