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It’s early evening and the tall street lights with their hanging lanterns have just come on in Santo Domingo square, casting warm circles of golden light.
It’s the stuff of dreams and fantasy-adventure stories—a bold rescue by the crew of an elegant ship.
They call it la vida buena (the good life) in these parts, and if you’re looking for it, then look no further...
Frank Sherman is a levelheaded guy. He just doesn't seem like the type—you know, the type that “runs off” to Latin America.
I’m surrounded by pines and the birds are singing.
There’s no mystery to going offshore. You don’t have to move to another country or go through the hassle of getting a second passport. It’s easier than ever to protect your assets, reduce your taxes and gain privacy.
My Dad had an agricultural business when I was growing up. I loved spending my summers working with him on farms, driving machinery around.
Gulp! Tickets for the London Dungeon now cost $35.50. Yet many foreign visitors feel compelled to visit it. They also ride the London Eye, traipse around Madame Tussauds—and then moan that everything is hideously expensive.
A dive shop in Caribbean Mexico? A jazz bar in Panama City? A B&B in Nicaragua? Whether you’re looking for a way to supplement your retirement income and stay busy overseas...or you need a means of supporting yourself abroad...the good news is that your options are many and varied. Opening a money-making business with a tourism bent can be a lot easier than you think.