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Community matters. Your neighbors. Your friends. The character of your relationships in a place. I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say the community you’re a part of has a greater influence than any other single factor on your comfort and happiness in a destination.
For the divers out there and indeed for anyone with an interest in idyllic getaways… begin June on the paradise island of Curaçao in the southern Caribbean.
You’ll find 805 miles of sandy beach in Costa Rica. Both Caribbean and Pacific. It has some of the world’s best surfing and fishing, and sunsets to die for...
Strolling the cobbled lanes and streets of Granada, Nicaragua, you can easily see how the city reflects its Old-World heritage.
There has been so much nonsense written about gold following April sell-off that it is hard to know where to begin to set record straight. But what most of the gold bashing has missed—and missed completely—is the nature of that move.
Life was good in the States. We had a big house, two cars, and a community of friends in our Pennsylvania hometown. But something was missing. The lifestyle we were living was too stressful, too busy, too unhealthy, and too expensive. We found ourselves accumulating—and worrying about unnecessary stuff.
Arguably Mexico’s best-known Spanish- town, San Miguel has been a top haven for decades. Its cobbled streets are lined with gaily-painted houses, their rooftop gardens bright with bougainvillea.
When Valerie and Gaylord Townley first visited Tamarindo, it was a simple fishing village. The only visitors were pioneering surfers (Gaylord was one of them) and sport fishermen. There were a few small hotels, only a few phone lines, and no TV. The number of permanent expats could probably fit in one of today’s larger restaurants.
Chicago natives Joe and Sheila were excited. They finally had enough time to try out life in one of their favorite cities. With a four-month stay in Granada, Nicaragua, lined up, all they needed was a place to live.