Sunday Jul 13
Record on the Road: Ecuador
Here is my son with his new wife, who is from Ecuador, on their recent visit there to see her family.
Cuenca and Murrieta: How Two Cities Welcome Their Refugees
Cuenca is the number one retirement place overseas, due to its moderate climate, quality health care, a large community of foreign retirees, the currency being the dollar, and most important, its low cost of living.
Santa Barbara Independent
The End of AMASS?
It's hard to imagine today, given the explosive development the area has seen recently, but just five years ago Santa Barbara's Funk Zone was still something of a no-man's land, and property owners there were battling to manage urban blight rather than handle hipster foot traffic.
US News & World Report
4 Countries That Welcome American Retirees
Some countries roll out the welcome mat for foreign retirees, offering sometimes significant tax breaks , in-country discounts and other perks to anyone who qualifies for resident retiree status.
The Huffington Post
Kathleen Peddicord: THIS May Be The World's Most Fabulous Place To Retire On A Budget
Many retirement destinations are promoted on the basis that they're "just like the United States"... touted for the fact that living there you'd be in familiar surroundings.