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Mexico City Travel on a Budget

Today’s guest post is from Lydia Carey, an American expat who has spent many years living in Mexico. She’s the author of Mexico City Streets: La Roma. Take it away Lydia! If you haven’t been to Mexico City yet you are behind the times, and not just the New York Times that

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How to Find Your Ideal Climate for Living Abroad

If you’re going to try out international living, the whole world is on the buffet table and that can be a bit intimidating. It’s like being faced with an entire store full of wine bottles when you’re clueless about wine and just want to buy something to bring a friend who invited

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Where the U.S. Travel Dollar is Strongest on Six Continents

I’ve said many times on this Cheapest Destinations Blog that if you’re an American or someone earning their pay in U.S. dollars, this is not the year for a lame-ass “staycation.” This is not the year to take one for the team and give up even one vacation day. It’s not the

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The Budgetary Case for Slow Travel

If you hear a lot of talk and read a lot of articles about slow travel, you might think it’s kind of a woo-woo thing. The phrase might not be as popular as slow food—as in 5.2 million search results instead of 14 million—but it also refers to savoring the experience rather

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Two Remote Job Options for Introverts Who Love to Travel

The biggest concern most people have about long-term travel or living abroad is how they’re going to earn a living if they quit the job they’ve got now. Many don’t relish the thought of having to start their own business from scratch just to be able to work remotely. Today’s post is