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Why retire overseas? The simple answer is because you’re likely to enjoy life more…and spend far less—up to five times less in some places—to do that. There’s more to it, of course, but that’s what Live Richer, Spend Less: International Living’s Ultimate Guide to Retiring Overseas explores.
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.
If You Knew Your Escape Abroad Could Pay for Itself—Starting Now—Why Would You Wait? With the "Carson Method" You Can Turn Any Home Abroad into a Cash Machine… So You Can Afford an Escape all Your Own—Well before You Retire…
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.
Discover the secrets seasoned travelers use to find the best airfares, the tricks they use to grab the last remaining seats on a flight or uncover prime hotel vacancies during peak tourist season, with How to Get the Best Deal Every On Every Airfare You Buy. Read more.
The World's Best is a subjective set of bests culled from more than 200 seasoned travelers and expatriates around the world who are affiliated with International Living. It spans 76 countries across six continents...and is contained within 800 pages...barely! It isn't exactly the stuff of guidebooks...although it is chock-full of phone numbers, addresses, and directions to incredible places. It isn't exactly a history lesson...although you get snippets of stories behind the places that will make you laugh, and a few that will make you cry. It is more of a traveler's log, with notes to a dear friend in the margins. From the sites you shouldn't miss to the restaurants you might unless you know where to look for them. Even if you're a seasoned traveler, you're sure to discover more than a few places that weren't on your must-see list. Until now.