The best parts of the expat lifestyle

If you ask the average, ordinary United States citizen about the rest of the world outside of the borders of America, you will receive an answer tailored to the Western propaganda machine which has continually told its people how dangerous and corrupt and evil the world outside the United States is. The reality, which you will discover once you begin exploring as an expat, is that most countries enjoy greater safety levels, not to mention better employment rates and economies.

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August 04 2012 | Destinations | No Comments »

Being a global citizen as an expat

The truth is that more and more expats are waking up to every day and realizing that the hamster wheel of 40 hour work weeks is nothing more than a nightmare where every all of your energy is sucked out of your body until you are old, wizened and too weak to be productive anymore. Once that happens, your government will kick you a few dollars per month as a “thank you”, but as any retired individual can tell you, pensions rarely come close to covering the basic cost of living, much less the cost of medicine and patient care for the elderly.

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July 30 2012 | Destinations | No Comments »

Living the expat lifestyle in Mexico

Life in Mexico is extremely easy to enjoy, even if you don’t speak any Spanish and just want to enjoy life in one or of the resorts of Cancun or Puerto Vallarta. There are numerous all-inclusive hotels where you can speak English and stay for as long as you’d like, but if you want to experience more than just the typical tourist version of Mexico, you need to live in the country as a long-term expat.

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July 20 2012 | Vacations | No Comments »

Medical Tourism 101

There are millions of pensioners and digital nomads choosing to live in Mexico and other countries around the world. Usually they do so because the cost of living is significantly cheaper than it is back in the home countries, places like the United States or the United Kingdom, but there is also another reason that so many people choose to live abroad, and that is medical tourism. Using Mexico as an example, the cost of access to the universal system is around $250 per year at the maximum, but it allows you free medicine, lab tests, dental visits and work, eye tests and glasses plus much more, without any limits. And since the doctors in Mexico studied in the United States and European Union, they are just as educated as any other doctor, which means they have the same global standards.

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July 08 2012 | Vacations | 1 Comment »

Luxury Cruises In Europe

by Jason Myers

Lavish cruise packages are offered to insure that you are able to afford an beautiful, life altering, memory building holiday. Cruises offer the best on cuisine, relaxation and fun. travel the seas of the Caribbean or the coast of the Mediterranean.

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September 24 2009 | Cruises | 5 Comments »