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In Abu Dhabi ~ In
The UAE ~ by Bonnie Burns - It didn’t take long
to figure out why expatriates don’t want to leave. Who would have imagined
life could be so interesting in the exotic city of Abu Dhabi, located in
the United Arab Emirates, known as the UAE. When the idea of living in
the Middle East presented itself, my first thought was it was far too dangerous
a place for an American woman.
Practicalities Of Moving To Bali ~ Thoughts
On Living In Bali ~ by Bruce E. Pohlmann - This is a follow-up to my
last two articles about living overseas, in particular living on the island
of Bali. I suppose, being a frequent lurker and participant on a number
of Bali internet forums, that I shouldn’t have been surprised at the number
of people that wrote to me asking about moving to Bali, but I was. The
following are the most common questions that potential expatriates have
in regards to moving to Bali. All prices and fees are in United States
dollars unless otherwise noted.
Chris Baker ~ Motorcycles
Through Cuba ~ by Mark McMahon - With a fire engine-red motorcycle
and a burning desire for adventure, Chris Baker set his sights on Cuba.
In three months he covered over 7,000 miles – a journey that would forever
change his views of this tiny, politically charged island. He has written
four very popular books on Cuba – two guidebooks, a coffee-table book,
and an award-winning literary book, Mi Moto Fidel: Motorcycling through
Castro’s Cuba. In this interview Chris talks with Mark about his adventures
there, what inspired him to travel and write, getting into (and out of)
trouble, and he shares some opinions on current U.S. policies.
Tango To Micronesia ~ In
Paradise ~ by Brandon Wilson - We drift out of Kailua-Kona Pier on
the Big Island of Hawai'i at 8:30pm, after several frantic days putting
the final touches on the live-aboard yacht, Palau Aggressor II, part of
the Aggressor Fleet. After a final test of all systems, the dim glow of
village lights, drowsy palms and silhouette of Hualalai Volcano swiftly
fades from sight, as we duck into a realm of midnight blues. Sky melds
into sea. We're enveloped in a shroud sprinkled with the twinkling illumination
of a thousand stars.
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Cell Phones - The
good, The Bad and The Cheap - If you, like many, find freedom from
phones to be one of the great rewards of traveling, you can stop reading
right here. But whether it’s a sick relative, a nervous client or simply
to check in with mom and dad, sometimes being out of touch is simply not
Passes In Winter ~ Adventures
In China ~ by Satina Anziano - A couple years ago, during the winter
break, I came across a monastery cradled in a small grassland area. There
are plenty of monasteries much closer to where I live. Those are either
small, or in an urban area. This monastery, 180 kilometers from my home,
was large, yet away from any population center. I began to harbor dreams
of meditation retreats on three-day weekends, eventually a week-long retreat.
I was eager to meet the head Lama, to see if that would be possible. Meeting
him, however, was not so easy. Oh, he's approachable enough, a real down-to-earth
kind of fellow. But hard to reach. Though the location is not far, 'you
can't get there from here'.
In The Azores ~Life
Off The Coast Of Portugal ~ by Giovanni Giusti - Deirdre and I both
work via the Internet, so we decided to spend some years moving around
the world and experiencing new places and cultures, a few months in each.
Our first stop was São Miguel, the largest island of the Azores.
Here’s my account of our 3 months there. Next stop – the smaller island
of Faial, the international yachting meeting point. Our friend Matthias
has recently changed jobs. He used to buy used Mercedes sedans in his native
Germany for Azorean taxi drivers, drive them down to Lisbon and have them
shipped over to São Miguel.
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solely of numbers, 1770 was named after the year Captain James Cook stopped
there. Our main reason for visiting here is to participate in one of the
day trips going to Lady Musgrave Island. From 1770, the boat takes about
two hours to get out to the Great Barrier Reef. Once there, it ties up
to a pontoon that holds snorkeling equipment, an underwater viewing tunnel
and a glass bottom boat. You can go for a walk on the island itself, but
scuba divers have to sacrifice this opportunity in order to descend into
the depths of the coral rich blue-green waters of the lagoon.
Small Wonder And Information On Upcoming Tour To Romania ~ by Kevin
Stillmock - When I came to for a (never-to-be) business meeting in Chisinau
(pronounced kishy-now) I wasn't sure quite what to expect. The travel agent
who sold me the ticket, strangely advised me several times to abandon my
plans and go somewhere else. Most of my friends and aacquaintances were
confused just as to where it was that I was going to in the first place.
On several occasions I was asked if I was worried about getting malaria
while in Africa, I was also chastised for making up the name of a fake
country to protect my anonymity and questioned if the idea to come to Moldova
came to me after hearing about it in a Marx Brother movie.
9 ~ Getting
Ready For The Big Move ~ by Rick Adams - For those Americans, particularly
those Americans living in the “blue” states that realize that there is
life beyond the city limits of your town and in fact outside of the United
States, you may be considering your options. Could life be better elsewhere?
Is it possible to work and live in another country? Are there actually
other countries that don’t think Americans are a few bricks shy of a load…rowing
with one oar…or that their elevator doesn’t go to the top floor? Is it
possible to leave your native country and still be happy, nay, even happier?
We say “yes!” (We also rarely say “nay”.) We’d like to suggest considering
New Zealand as your new home. My wife and I left the comfort of our big
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life and we think you can probably do it too.
Hidden Gem ~ by Bill Breckon - The scenery, with steep-sided valleys
wooded with chestnut and European oak and overlooked by mountain crags
and ruined fortresses, is unexpected and breath-taking, yet the unspoilt
villages and towns of Lunigiana are close to the sea and the resorts of
the Golf of the Poets (where Byron and Shelley stayed) and less than an
hour from the marvellous walled city of Lucca and from Pisa airport. And
the nearby autostrade take you to Florence in less than two hours.
Living And Thriving Down Under ~ In
Australia ~ by Dee Farrell - Australia and New Zealand are very appealing
to Americans because of the similarities in lifestyle, language and currency
- and for a lot more reasons, politics aside. There’s a plethora of MIAs
(migration agents) and unique services like BMI (Business Migration Investments
& Tours) that are headed by ex-pat Americans eager to help you make
the “sea change.” And there are organisations like AAA (Australian-American
Association) and Necomers Network to tell you where to go to network with
Warrior Princess ~ On
Chinese TV ~ by Daniel Wallace - If you've seen one of these Chinese
period pieces, you've seen most of them: there is a hero with long straight
hair, a comedy fat courtier, a few pretty princesses, various evil bearded
men and scheming aunties. I and four other Westerners (also picked up in
the bar) played the henchmen of "Mar-Jali" a curiously named 19th century
English explorer. When I told my Chinese girlfriend about my new job invading
China, she assured me that the director would make sure that me and my
fellow Westerners would be defeated. She added patriotically, "I hope you
The International Life As A ‘PT’ ~ More
About Living In Costa Rica ~ by Rex Freeman - It wasn’t too long ago
that, for me, life was a hum drum ‘status quo’ existence which was far
underperforming my own personal expectations of what I had envisioned for
myself in my youth. How many of us feel ‘trapped’, or at best ‘limited’
by life and how we have positioned ourselves in it? Of course as much as
we try to look elsewhere for causes, we only have ourselves to blame.
To Find An Apartment In Chile ~Living
In Chile ~ by Jon Steele - Most people are intimidated by the thought
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of doing it in another country, but if you follow the instructions I lay
out in this article you will learn the techniques for finding a great place
to live. Now while I will be concentrating on Chile in this article, the
techniques I describe here can be applied to just about any location. The
principles are basically the same for any locale.
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On Moving To Fortaleza, Brazil ~ by Andy Neill - As I start to write
about the second journey to what I hoped would be my new home Brazil, it’s
exactly one year to the day since I first landed in Fortaleza. To say I
had no idea what was in store for me over the next few months would be
a vast understatement. Let me go back to where Part Two really begins,
February 17th 2004, the day I flew back to the US after my first ever trip
to Brazil and Fortaleza. My month with Anne in Fortaleza was etched in
my mind and the memories created and friendships formed are permanent reminders
of that wonderful time.
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And Western Dojo(s) ~ Observations
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on short-term visits to Japan made by my Californian students to test for
Dan ranks. I was fortunate enough to have spent part of my time in and
around Japan as an “uchi-deshi” – a live in student of a master. On arriving
in Japan my comparisons of East vs. West martial arts came from a somewhat
experienced viewpoint since I had already been training in Japanese martial
arts for more than 10 years, competed at an international level, and had
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Estate And Prices ~ by James Hickman - What a fantastic time to buy
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developers of new condo projects and another developer who specializes
in the renovation of colonial quarter residences…. fairly ambitious for
a short trip, but worth the rush.
In Bulgaria ~ An
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been growing rapidly as investors look for the next ‘big thing’. The country
is on course to enter the EU in 2007 and as a result money to develop its
banks, telecommunications and transport is being splashed around. New Embassies,
offices, conference centres, hotels and motorways are being built and international
firms are moving to the capital Sofia. In short Bulgaria offers an almost
unrivalled quality of life and investment opportunity.
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own opinion of his presentation of a property. Often you have a Real Estate
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deal so that the paperwork is done correctly. After an offer is accepted
the deal goes to an Escrow company.
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The Pathways Of Patagonia ~ Deep
In The Heart Of Patagonia ~ by Kyle Hammons - Patagonia.
For years that word has conjured fantasies in my mind, visions of sheer
granite walls and isolated wilderness. Flying south over the Andes I could
hardly contain my excitement as I paced the aisles of the plane attempting
to gain a better view of the snow-capped peaks that formed the border between
Argentina and Chile. Like so many explorers, I had anticipated this day
for as long as I could read the words on my father’s jacket and now I had
reached a land that had once seemed so remote, so forbidding and so impossible.
Brazil ~ Coffee
Cathedrals And Slave Spirits ~ by Elienne M. W. Lawson - Sulking
through Rio de Janeiro under an umbrella, it is fair to say that my beach
dreams are most decidedly rained out. Clouds edge bikinis back into suitcases
and sweaters come out in their place. I am nursing a bruised and broken
vision of being the Girl from Ipanema, when a Brazilian friend drops me
an invitation to a celebration in the mountains north of Rio. There is
the hint of a festival that will last for days, and I can see Brazilian
life away from the jumble of Rio de Janeiro and the glitter of Buzios.
Excited by the promise of authentic Braziliana, I hop in the car, grab
mangos and coconut water from a street vendor for sustenance and leave
the soggy coast behind. I do not expect the trip inland to be a tour of
Brazilian spiritual life, but serendipity plays a larger part of life in
Brazil, where flexibility mixed with chaos reigns supreme.
Mediterranean Islands Of Malta And Gozo ~ Exploring
History ~ by Jörg M. Unger - The Republic
of Malta lies only forty nautical miles south of Sicily at the 36th degree
of latitude – almost the same like Monterey, California, or Nashville,
Tennessee. Up to the Ice Age, the islands were part of a land bridge between
Italy and North Africa that was flooded when the ice began to melt. Since
then the waters of the Mediterranean sea have shaped Malta’s coastline
and created a fascinating scenery. Because of the island’s strategic position
north of Africa’s shoreline, it attracted numerous kings and emperors with
their warriors and legions in the antiquity, as well as the Knights of
St. John in medieval times.
Sinai ~ Explorations
~ by David Lavoie - Egypt is one of the most popular tourist destinations
in the world, but most visitors see very little of what this fabulous country
has to offer. Everyone wants to join the hoards visiting the Pyramids,
The Valley Of the Kings and Abu Simbel. Everyone dreams of a Nile Cruise,
all things that you should do at least once, but what of the rest of the
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the world, perhaps because it has not sufficiently promoted the rest of
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Travels To India ~ by Manju Dubey - What’s so
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the sweet chime of bells ringing in the temples and the chant of the mantras
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in traditions, religious ceremonies and yet at the same time it has been
the home of great scholars especially literary and also related to the
sciences and astrology. My mother believed in all that was Benarsi or that
belonged to Benares not because it was the city of her birth but due to
the deep seated belief in its traditions and way of life.
Your Normal Pagan Fertility Ritual ~ Easter
Monday In Mikulov, The Czech Republic ~ by Matthew Gregory - Every
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such as Christmas, with different cultures and countries having various
ways of celebrating them. As far as the Czech Republic goes, no other holiday
puts a wry smile on the resident and a perplexed smile on the foreigner
more than Easter (Velikonoce in Czech which literally translates "Big Nights").
A French Lover ~ And
Other Tips For Learning The Language ~ by Jane Watt - When I arrived
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the road made obscure comments about pillows being a good place to learn
French. By the time I eventually understood her meaning (that taking a
French lover was the best way to learn the language), I was almost ready
to agree. Most of my friends believe I should be fluent by now. But, while
my French is good, I can’t say that it flows readily and easily.
From A Canadian Traveler ~ by Judy Goddard - I
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those bright yellow “ National Geographic” magazines, that someone had
given us. For hours, I dreamt of those far away and strange places. Never,
believing it could ever come true. So now that our children are on their
own, I decided to pursue the dreams of childhood, of far away countries.
Not just as a tourist, but as a person who could perhaps help improve someone’s
else life, or just bring some joy for a few weeks to someone who needed
To Nombre de Dios ~ A
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name that probably doesn’t ring any bells in your head; it didn’t in mine
before I arrived in Panama. If you’ve read something about the history
of Latin America you may have seen the name: all of the gold and sliver
that the Spanish mined in Peru during the 16th century passed across Panama
by mule train and then was packed onto ships in Nombre de Dios and sent
to Spain. Before the gold and silver was shipped to Spain, there was a
two to three week fair in Nombre de Dios; the fairs were famous in the
Caribbean, especially among pirates, because anyone was given free passage
in Nombre de Dios for as long as the fairs lasted.
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