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I’ve been spending time and investing money in Colombia and reporting on those adventures for almost 10 years. Still, people tell me I’m crazy. You could find things to complain about in Colombia… as you could anywhere. However, safety and security—both personal and financial—aren’t among them. What might you want to complain about in Colombia?
The Spanish began their famous Inquisition in 1478, but it wasn’t until the Alhambra Decree in 1492 that the expulsion of all Jews and conversos (Jews converted to Christianity but believed to be secretly practicing their former faith) was ordered. The numbers expelled vary depending on the source, but most of those pushed out of […]
Europe is comprised of 44 countries according to the U.N…. though I count 46… and, until the U.K. executes its exit, the EU includes 28. Among these I put Portugal at the top of the list for anyone looking for a place to live, to invest, or to formulate a Plan B in Europe. What’s […]
Portugal is hot. I’ve been focusing time and attention on this country for the past two-and-a-half years. My first visit I bought a small apartment as a rental investment that is proving to have been one of the best property investment purchases of my career (and that’s more than 40 buys across two-dozen countries). The […]
The Dominican Republic is right now a land of opportunity. This country is among the best places to buy real estate in 2017, and certain areas in this country are the absolute best places to be shopping for affordable beachfront retirement digs and a great place to think about buying to let. Net rental yields […]
This past week in Paris I found myself dealing with yet another automated system that I didn’t understand, this time at a bank. If you know me, you know that I’m not generally recognized as a people person. On the other hand, I’m not a big fan of automated systems either. From automatic checkout lanes […]
Portugal’s population density is greater than that of France or Spain, but it sure doesn’t feel like it on the ground. I’ve spent time on the coasts of all three countries and was reminded while in the Algarve last week just how tranquil this region is… despite all the tourists. This year there are more […]