If you mention wine country in South America, most people think of Chile or Argentina or even Uruguay. But there is another country in South America that also makes excellent wines.
My wife Nancy and I have just returned from a two-week whirlwind tour of the northern coast of Peru, from Trujillo to the Ecuador border. I’m amazed that more expats have not discovered this spectacular section of South America.
Pyongyang Restaurant, located on one of the busiest boulevards in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, is one of the few places outside North Korea where you can taste authentic cuisine from that cut-off corner of the world.
In December, the iShares MSCI Germany Fund (EWG) jumped 6% in just three days. And the rally has led to new 52-week highs. History shows that buying after a 52-week high is a good idea.
Your typical morning includes a leisurely walk through the bustling central market. The air is rich with the scents of spices, herbes de Provence, dried lavender, and the freshest cuts of local fruits and vegetables.
You look out your balcony to the sapphire-blue waters of the ocean below. Closer to shore, the water is lighter... it’s warm and perfect for bathing. When kissed by the light of the setting sun, it turns to liquid gold.
In less than two years, Sherry Goodloe has visited England, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Finland (twice), Bali, and Tasmania—and savored many memorable experiences along the way.
Dark roasted coffee steams from my Istanbul mug in the quiet September sunrise. A breakfast of fried Egyptian potatoes, goat cheese, and farm-raised eggs cools enough to take a bite, as I look at the chart plotter one more time.
Nomatter how affordable an overseas location is, you still need money to live there. So how do you access your money? Some expats choose to open a local bank account in the foreign country they move to.
The sky is blue with just a few clouds on the horizon, and the sun is high above me. But the constant sea breeze keeps things comfortable. As I stand on the terrace, I take in the panoramic view.