Here are some of the ways "living in Paradise" takes some getting used to when you have to adapt to a new culture and way of life.
Moving overseas requires adapting to cultural differences. Here are some of the lessons one new expat learned in Bali.
A step-by-step journal of how we updated our house inexpensively to move overseas. Almost all is easy-to-do and DIY.
Dear Luke and Leia, I know this will be strange for you two grandchildren to read, but Venice is where I found my new travel partner.
Clifden, Co Galway, and found Dan's family roots. The best part of visiting Ireland was meeting family--it was as if he'd come home.
Despite its scary symptoms, reverse culture shock isn't dangerous. Sometimes it can teach you more about yourself ... this is why we travel.
Travel is only fun if you're healthy. Thanks to a foreign doctor we can finally fit into airplane seats again. Here's how we lost weight.
A coffee lover learns a lot about herself from traveling the world, then returns to America and makes some coffee snob confessions.
12 photos, each taken in a different month, show what a year in the life of a travel blogger is like.
Imagine flying home ... and immigration won't let you in. Here is our true story of when Ecuador kicked us out.
Find out why we chose to move from Cuenca's modern Gringolandia to an older apartment in its historic El Centro.
We're so excited about all the changes 2013 is bringing to our blog: a new logo, new design and theme, and even a new hosting site with new servers that (hopefully) don't take forever to load.
We reflect on what it's like to live in Panama City and show you our Panamanian apartment.
Few things can compare to being sick on vacation. Planning a weekend sightseeing in Curacao, we were devastated the morning after we arrived when we awoke and both felt poorly. We could barely scrape up enough energy to go downstairs to the hotel restaurant for breakfast.
How to spend a day in Curacao's capital. Willemstad has a colorful waterfront, friendly people, sidewalk cafes and street entertainment.
A visitor's first impressions of Singapore after spending one weekend in the country. What's to love, dislike, and is it worth living there?
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