Bonus Content #3 – Five Reasons to Retire in Uruguay

Bonus Content #3 – Five Reasons to Retire in Uruguay

Choosing a retirement country deserves research and self-reflection. Everyone has their own priorities. To help your process, I offer, what I consider, five good reasons to retire in Uruguay. 1. A Retirement Haven That’s off the Beaten Path If you’re the adventurous type, looking for a retirement destination that’s off the beaten path, Uruguay may Read more...: Bonus Content #3 – Five Reasons to Retire in Uruguay

Easy Income in a “Wild and Wonderful” Country

Easy Income in a “Wild and Wonderful” Country

For 63-year old Trent Wauson, “Bolivia is a hidden gem.” The former medical laboratory director hadn’t planned on leaving his job to set up a B&B and restaurant in the foothills of the Bolivian Andes, but in 2004 that’s exactly what happened. Eleven years later, he and his wife Rosario couldn’t be happier. “Coming to Bolivia was a fresh start. I always wanted to have a bed and breakfast, and here it seemed like nothing could stop me,” says Trent.

Living Well on $1,000 a Month—The Good Life in Peru

Living Well on $1,000 a Month—The Good Life in Peru

You walk out of a gleaming new shopping mall, where you’ve just caught the latest Hollywood release in English and enjoyed a Starbuck’s coffee. You catch a taxi and head toward the edge of town. In less than 10 minutes your taxi stops, as a woman in traditional Andean dress—a skirt, short jacket, and multi-colored wool shawl—guides her small flock of hesitant sheep safely across the road.