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Become an experienced sailor in Thailand and break the Maya code in Mexico and beyond
In the buildup to the 2012 Olympics, London is turning into the world’s most tourist-friendly city. Long gone are the gray days of an unhealthy city with bad food, high prices, and serious-looking people.
Mexico may not win many Olympic medals compared with the U.S., but it certainly is sports-mad. And soccer is only the tip of the iceberg. If you’re a sports fan—whether as a spectator or as a player—you can find plenty of ways to enjoy your favorite sports in Mexico.
From its bleached white beaches to its lush jungle hills, Belize is beautiful. And—if you shop smart—can be one of the most affordable escapes in the Caribbean. Here is a rundown of some areas where the living is laidback, easy, and well-priced.
In February 1999, my husband Mike and I embarked upon our first Belize adventure. We joined a small group of adventurous International Living members headed for a tour of the country. As our 10-seater turbo-prop skidded to a stop on San Pedro’s small town runway, we had no inkling how much our lives would change.
We ask five of our roving reporters where they’re hot on right now…simply pick the town that matches your plans.
Most of us have pretty diverse interests. You can love the great outdoors and the thrill of indigenous cultures, yet still enjoy urban comforts like sidewalk cafés, jazz bars, and perfect al dente pasta. So it’s a red-letter event when you find a place that has it all.
This June, Fortaleza, on Brazil’s northeastern coast, was named as a host city for the 2014 soccer World Cup. In 2013, Fortaleza will host the Confederations Cup. Property investors should pay attention—this is a fantastic opportunity to profit.
Every move abroad will come with a number of inevitable surprises—things that detailed planning just won’t prepare you for.