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Who Is the Most Sophisticated Traveler?

The majority of travelers I have met see foreign lands entirely through the filter glasses of their home front.

The World is Your Oyster

How internationalizing your life today can lead to greater freedom and happiness tomorrow.

Where Should I Go?

One of the questions I’m most often asked is, “I’ve decided to get out of my home country before it’s too late. Which countries are the best ones to go to?” Unfortunately, answering this question is akin to answering, “What’s the best place in town for me to have lunch?” The question is too broad […]

Visit This Place While You Still Can

Last week, I managed to trigger a U.S. Treasury Department OFAC “complete freeze” of my brokerage account. The push of one button blocked me from any action in all four accounts I hold at Fidelity. OFAC is the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. Its mission is to prevent funds from flowing to any entity […]

Doug Casey on the USA: Fight, or Flight?

An Interview with Doug Casey and Joel Bowman Joel Bowman: When we left off last, I think you and I were talking about burning one’s passport, which seems like a natural enough subject for a couple of anti-statists to address. While we’re on the topic, I can’t help but notice that the number of U.S. […]

Doug Casey’s Pilgrim’s Progress

Drug wars… would-be “illegals”… “rapists and murderers…” Sheesh! Who in their right mind would want to live south of the Rio Grande, down ol’ Mexico way? You read the papers. You watch the news. All you see is violence and vengeance, corruption and chaos, poverty and pollution. And yet…not twenty feet from where we sit…

Anarchy in South America

It’s Bread & Circus season here in Mexico. That means World Cup football (soccer) and presidential elections … just the things to distract the general population from all that really matters in this life.

Perspectives from the RV’ing PT

No matter how you do it, living the PT life means a lot of travel. That usually means planes, trains, automobiles or a combination of the three. Or, you could try something a little different – RVing.

Perspectives from the RV’ing PT

No matter how you do it, living the PT life means a lot of travel. That usually means planes, trains, automobiles or a combination of the three. Or, you could try something a little different – RVing.

On the Ground in Colombia (Part 3)

Over the course of the last two weeks we’ve followed frequent traveler Mark Svoboda as he shared his findings on Colombia. Today Mark wraps up his report with the different residency options available in the country.

On the Ground in Colombia (Part 2)

Last week Mark Svoboda introduced us to Colombia, a country he toured last year as part of the search for his next perfect homeland. Today Mark continues with his comments on the country, including lifestyle in Bogotá and Medellín, transportation, as well as the most common concern for Colombia: safety.

On the Ground in Colombia (Part 1)

Over the last several months we’ve had the opportunity to meet Mark Svoboda, a Russian-by-birth and current American resident looking for his next “Shangri-La” around the world. So far he has reported on Malaysia, Singapore, and Tanzania. Today Mark heads to South America for his findings on Colombia…

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