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Unspoiled, friendly, and affordable—is that too much to ask? We hoped not. We had been living in Burgundy for almost five years. Every year, the winter got longer, and the seaside farther away. So, we turned to the south—the Mediterranean and Sicily.
Anna Skellern discusses Indonesia for its white sand, mountain hideaways, and lychee martinis
The 8,000 or so expats who live here come from various backgrounds and know what it’s like to be new in town. There’s no such thing as a “third wheel” here.
Five years ago, a chance encounter with another guest on a Caribbean vacation led to a conversation about the Yucatan Peninsula. He suggested I take a trip, using the city of Merida as a base to visit the Mayan sites and towns around the area.
If you’re in the market for an appreciating asset, you could earn a healthy income in 2010. Here are three of my favorite investment picks for this year, all of which offer the potential for great rental yields.
One of the most common questions we get from IL readers is: Where in the world is it easiest to retire or relocate? The answer? It depends.
Everyone dreams of vacations. But accommodation, food, and transportation all add up. In the current economic climate, low cost is good. And “no cost” is even better. Here are some suggestions to save on your next vacation
Cuenca is one of the prettiest and liveliest cities in South America, known for its architecture, vibrant markets, and high-spirited festivals. International Living also recently name it as the world’s top retirement haven (see your September 2009 issue).