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7 Life-Changing Lessons I Learned From 2020

Life-Changing Lessons I Learned From 2020

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli “Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome” – Marine slogan What a year! We have heard from friends and family how happy they will be to see the year 2020 in their rearview mirror. Can’t argue with that.Yet, in my opinion, 2020 brought us great lessons, from which we can benefit. Solid Plans Often […]

Top 10 Questions And Answers About Medical Tourism

top 10 questions about medical tourism

From Retirement and Travel Expert, Akaisha Kaderli Let’s face it, Medical Tourism is definitely a hot topic. Rising health care costs in the United States force some of us to look ‘elsewhere’ for medical procedures. The CDC Reports: “”Medical tourism” refers to traveling to another country for medical care. It’s estimated that thousands of US […]

How Travel Prepares You for the Unexpected

Akaisha Kalderi April 2020

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli Even before we met, as individuals, Billy and I have always loved to travel. I have written about my cross-country adventure on the back of a motorcycle when I was 19. Billy also traveled with his van to Guatemala in the 1970s and back again to his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. Lake […]

Who Doesn't Love A Bargain?

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli I’m a world traveler and I’m here to help. Grown adults from the U.S. and Canada can find themselves shaking in their boots, confused, frustrated, or even angry when it comes to bargaining for goods in foreign countries. It’s safe to say that most Anglos find it distasteful, yet bargaining is […]

5 Reasons Why We Should Prioritize Get-Aways With Girlfriends

Get-aways with girlfriends

Just this last week a dear friend of mine sent a last minute text to a small group of her girlfriends. The title: “Hoookie Ski”. Now, it’s probably best to admit right away; I don’t ski. And, I don’t enjoy the cold. That last statement was extremely understated. The other caveat; there were only two […]

How I Pack My Family With Me

When I began traveling the world almost 3 decades ago, none of my family or friends understood why I chose this vagabond lifestyle. Other than my father, who wished he could have gone with me, most everyone else wanted a stay-in-one-place manner of living that focused on barbeques, Super Bowl parties, pets and gardens. I, […]

Confessions of a World Traveler

Always an adaptation I like my life; – a lot. I wouldn’t say that even with my Swiss cheese approach that I am profoundly missing or craving anything that I don’t have. It’s been an exchange of one thing for another, and I have adapted to my decisions. I would imagine that the choices you […]

7 Reasons to Move to Latin America

Guest Blogger: Akaisha Kaderli While moving overseas isn’t the answer to fulfilling everyone’s retirement dream, more and more people are leaving their home countries to live elsewhere and for very good reasons. Below we have listed seven of these reasons. Take a look. Perhaps a couple of them could solve a problem you are facing in […]

Have a Teen? Do You Vacation or Travel?

Taking your teen to non-traditional locales may or may not make sense; a lot depends on what kind of kid you have. I believe you can turn a teen into a traveller versus a vacationer and I’m working my theory as I write this blog. Years ago, I took my, then twelve year old son, […]

Are You A Catskill Type?

Today, The Wall Street Journal posted an article on A Stress-Free Summer Weekend in the Catskills. It’s a wonderful, informative, and inspiring read urging me to pack my bags. Elizabeth G. Dunn, a James Beard Award-Nominated writer, invitingly details a relaxed-paced weekend – for her originating in NYC – beginning Friday at 5. What’s great […]