Long-term travel Archive

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“How do I find a job there?” is the wrong question

The question I get the most when talking about moving to another country to cut expenses in half is the one that shows how badly we’ve been programmed since childhood. It changes a bit from person to person in the exact wording, but it’s usually some variation of this: “How do I

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The Inside Scoop on Living in India

It’s not for everyone, but India is one of the cheapest countries in the world to travel in and live in. It’s got a wide variety of geographies, anyone who has been to school speaks English, and you can live a good life for a fraction of what you would in a

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What It Costs to Live in Central Mexico

A few years back, when I was living full-time in Guanajuato, I did a post on what it was costing me to live in Central Mexico with my family. Fast-forward to now and I was just back for two weeks. I’m happy to say it’s gotten even cheaper. With the U.S. economy

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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