Costa Rica’s Billionaire Playground Reopens
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Once-sleepy Guanacaste is now the destination for eco-tourists—and it’s about to get a second wind ..read more
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Does My Irish Great Grandfather Qualify Me for an Irish Passport?
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Peter C. Says: Hi Ted, I have a great-grandfather who was born a citizen in Ireland. Does t ..read more
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The Three Best Things About Living in Greece (and the Two Worst) - IL
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I moved from San Francisco, California to Athens, Greece in 2012, and before my move, I had spent ..read more
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Why This Island Should Be Your Next Escape
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While we didn't manage to explore every corner, the places we did visit left us yearning for more. We're already planning our return ..read more
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Cocktails and Carpaccio in a Historic Dutch Cinema
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by Kristin Wilson
7M ago
Kristin Wilson took advantage of the superb public transportation system in the Netherlands this week and took a train to Maastricht, one of the oldest cities in the country. Maastricht lies two-and-a-half hours south of Amsterdam by train. The post Cocktails and Carpaccio in a Historic Dutch Cinema appeared first on International Living ..read more
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Video: Why You Should Consider Malaysia’s New Visa
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by Ted Baumann
7M ago
Malaysia launched a digital nomad visa about a year ago. It’s called the De Rantau Nomad Pass and, once approved, the applicant can stay in Malaysia for up to 12 months, with the option to extend for another 12. The post Video: Why You Should Consider Malaysia’s New Visa appeared first on International Living ..read more
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Podcast: Affordable Real Estate and Hot Spring Baths in Rural Japan
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by Donal Lucey
7M ago
Greg Goodmacher shares a wealth of detail about living in Japan—from friendly neighbors who will look after your pets while you’re away, to explaining just why the real estate in Japan is so affordable. The post Podcast: Affordable Real Estate and Hot Spring Baths in Rural Japan appeared first on International Living ..read more
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The 5 Best Places To Do Your Golfing Retirement Right
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by International Living
8M ago
Why be satisfied walking the usual links in your neck of the woods, when there’s an entire universe of breathtakingly aesthetic, challenging golf courses in some of the world’s most beautiful, yet affordable destinations? The post The 5 Best Places To Do Your Golfing Retirement Right appeared first on International Living ..read more
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Portugal’s Visa Scene is Shifting Focus
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by Ted Baumann
8M ago
Portugal has doubled down on its digital nomad and independent means visa categories, encouraging foreigners to relocate to the country rather than simply buy a property and visit for a few days a year. The post Portugal’s Visa Scene is Shifting Focus appeared first on International Living ..read more
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Podcast: A Sporting Life on a Greek Island for $800 a Month
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by The International Living Podcast
8M ago
Soccer provided Francisco with a central theme to his expat life, but in between, discovering the heavenly beaches, the ancient ruins, and twisting medieval streets of the Greek island of Rhodes…as well as the practicalities of daily life in Greece, has proven to be a voyage of discovery and personal growth. The post Podcast: A Sporting Life on a Greek Island for $800 a Month appeared first on International Living ..read more
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