I was honored to be quoted as an expert in a Redfin blog article on Home Exchanges. I love home exchanges and encourage Fifty-Plus Nomads to try them out for themselves.
I love traveling around Mexico and discovering the country’s rich culture, history, nature, food, and people. (Note: I have a related post on the pros and cons of living in Merida and why I love living in Mexico).
I have loved Spanish ever since my first day in Spanish class in 1982. I hope these quotes will show you why i love it so much and inspire you to learn this beautiful language.
Here are the Fifty Plus Nomad’s top twelve tips for finding a good restaurant, avoiding problems with your bill, and tipping appropriately.
A nicely written article by guest contributor, Neha Singh, about the top sights to see in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah. I also include comments about why am a big fan of visiting Dubai and why it is my favorite resort city.
One of my biggest surprised while traveling around the world in the 20102 is how fond I became of guided and escorted multi-day tours. I feel blessed to have many guides who brought the history and culture of places to life while taking excellent care of their guest’s needs. However, it is not always easy to find the best guided tours for you. After taking 60 multi-day tours worldwide, I put together this list to help other Fifty Plus Nomads find the perfect tour for them.
While I love the US, I feel like my heart is in Mexico. Reading these reasons for Living Abroad Over 50 should inspire you find where and if your heart belongs abroad, too.
I like learning foreign languages. Over time, I have tried to learn ten languages and have become reasonably conversant in four languages. Through trial and error, I have found these 12 tips for making learning more fun and rapid.
I love learning and teaching languages. I think more expats and long-term travelers would share my passion if they learned a foreign language in a small school abroad while living with a local family.
Fifty Plus Nomad’s 1-on-1 Intensive Spanish and English classes and our Teach Yourself English and Spanish Workshops use our Exclusive Polyglot method developed after studying how polyglots succeed in learning multiple languages.
Both Costa Rica and Mexico are wonderful places to retire. However, I chose Mexico because of its rich culture, history, and food.