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Playing Twenty Questions: Life as Expats, Life as Travelers, Life in Lagos, Portugal – Part Two – Retirement Travel Article

Playing Twenty Questions: Life as Expats, Life as Travelers, Life in Lagos, Portugal – Part Two   There’s no getting around it: writing a blog is work. It takes time.  It takes discipline. It takes waiting around for a brilliant insight to hit you or an inspiring thought (a very rare event) and slogging ahead anyway when your muse is silent. However, the effort is well worth it when we hit the ‘publish’ button and add another page to our…

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ST PETERSBURG CRUISE BEST EXCURSION – Retirement Travel Article

ST PETERSBURG CRUISE BEST EXCURSION St Petersburg Cruise  – Scandinavian Port of Call St Petersburg cruise is a crown jewel port of call of Scandinavian and Baltic cruises. Visiting the land of the Czars, Peter and Catherine the Great, Church of the Spilled Blood, Peter and Paul Fortress and Cathedral, City Highlights, and the Hermitage Museum. Visa Requirement A visa is required to enter Russia. We researched these requirements prior to our Scandinavian cruise. We discovered there are generally two…

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Inn On Capelin Bay B&B – Review – Retirement Travel Article

Inn On Capelin Bay B&B – Review The Inn On Capelin Bay Bed & Breakfast In Newfoundland Perhaps one of the most memorable times of our Cross Canada travels was a wonderful stay at the Inn On Capelin Bay Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the Province of Newfoundland and just 1 hours drive south from the City of St. John’s, is the tiny and very picturesque Calvert Bay. A beautiful Bed & Breakfast on the Southern Shores of Newfoundland. Inn…

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Spotlight on Prague – An Amazing 1-Day Prague Itinerary to See the Best – Retirement Travel Article

Spotlight on Prague – An Amazing 1-Day Prague Itinerary to See the Best With its spires, steeples, and turrets Prague is a city from which fairy tales spring to life. It’s no wonder that Prague’s nickname is the “City of a Hundred Spires.” I have read that there are more than 500 spires in the city, but someone coined the phrase, and it stuck. Prague reminds me of Ljublana, Slovenia only on a much more grandiose scale. Prague is an…

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Training to be a Kiwi – Retirement Travel Article

Training to be a Kiwi I’ve been living  in New Zealand nearly four months and this is a story about what just happened in my backyard. It’s a NZ story, because it involves sheep, and there are A LOT of sheep in NZ. FOUR STROPPY SHEEP Above you can see the four stroppy sheep who live in the part of my backyard shared with six neighbors. The foreground shows its overgrown nature. Making it less overgrown is a job of…

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MAUI – EXPERIENCE PARADISE LIKE A LOCAL – Retirement Travel Article

MAUI – EXPERIENCE PARADISE LIKE A LOCAL Maui – Experience Fun and Adventure Like a Local We talk to lots of friends and acquaintances that have gone to Maui, and are continually surprised by their response when we ask what they did.  For many, the first stop is Costco for groceries after picking up their rental car and heading to their timeshare in Kaanapali.  The next seven to ten days is spent soaking up the sun during the day and…

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Happy FIRE-versary! Reflections after one year of early retirement – Early Retirement Now – Retirement Travel Article

Happy FIRE-versary! Reflections after one year of early retirement – Early Retirement Now Time flies! I had my first anniversary in my new “job” already last month! June 1, 2018, was my last day at the office! I even got some social media notifications from people congratulating me on the “one year early retired work anniversary,” how awesome is that? I did write a post on the eight lessons after eight weeks of retirement, but I thought I should write…

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