Fifty Plus Nomad is dedicated to becoming the best source of unbiased, useful, and up-to-date information and services for long-term travelers and expats over 50. Fifty Plus Nomad also offers classes in English and Spanish specially designed for the needs of older learners and workshop where travelers and expats can work benefit from my sixteen years of experience traveling around the world or live n Mexico.
I dream sometimes about living in a library. I love learning and books and travel are excellent teachers. I am not alone in finding books and travel great teachers. These quotes about travel books come from many sources.
Rick Steves has perhaps helped make European travel a reality for more Americans than probably anyone else. I admire and refer to him frequently. However, his audience is very specific. Many Fifty-Plus Nomads do not share the same attributes as Rick Steves’ audience.
This post contains a list of Paul Heller’s, the Founder of Fifty-Plus Nomad, top 50 travel memoirs. Paul deliberately chose books that cover a wide range of countries and types of long-term travelers and expats..
When I developed my Big Blue Marble travel seminars in the 2000s, I was astonished by the quality of travel information available. Nowadays, sadly these resources are not available. I have developed this website in part to fill this void. Thankfully, podcasts, high-quality blogs, and YouTube keep improving. It is just much harder to find the most useful resources than it used to be.
The internet has changed the travel industry probably more than another industry. This article discusses how these changes affect the consumer.