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Snow, sleigh-bells, mistletoe—or the beach? Christmas doesn’t always have to mean a gaggle of relatives, too much eggnog, and bulky winter coats. This year, why not relax in a hammock, with a cocktail and the soothing sun?
If you’re ever strolling through the main square in Sayulita, on the Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, slip in to Choco Banana, Sayulita’s original coffee shop and chocolate-covered-banana emporium. Chances are you’ll run into Tracie Willis, the restaurant’s upbeat, energetic founder.
Pensioners Carl and Pat VenderHeide ignored all objections in their desire to move abroad, opting for one more adventure instead.
I’ve been in hot water in so many countries now that I’ve lost count. I’m talking of hot thermal waters, of course. There’s no better way to soothe an aching muscle or take the chill off. And there’s no better place for a long, hot soak than in a series of mineral-water pools carved into the side of a volcano.
To permanently disconnect from the obligation to pay U.S. income tax, you must not only leave the United States, but also take the radical step of giving up your U.S. citizenship and passport. This process (from a U.S. standpoint) is called “expatriation.” Before giving up U.S. citizenship, you have to acquire citizenship and a passport from another country. And you must also live outside the U.S., if you’re not already doing so.
Next year is going to be the most exciting one real estate investors have seen in a decade. I’ve got my eye on four spots, in particular—diverse opportunities around the globe, each of which represents an excellent value play.
Christmas festivals, fairs and markets around the world.
Visits to the Antarctic are limited to heroes, fools, scientists and tourists. There are no permanent residents in this frigid, otherworldly land.
A confession: At International Living’s recent Live & Invest Overseas Conference in Las Vegas, I acted like an unscrupulous rug trader. The attendees didn’t stand a chance...