Guest Post by Brandi N. Grays I never really decided to live overseas. There was no well-laid plan, no dream destination. I didn’t do any research. When I first got off the airplane in Ankara, Turkey I had no idea what life had in store for me. My boyfriend had been working in Turkey for a little … [Read more...] about Take It All In Stride
Tied to concerns about health care, some expats and future expats are also looking into what would happen if they were to retire overseas and then become too ill to take care of themselves. Mexico is working on an answer. As the US population ages, and as more and more Americans decide to retire … [Read more...] about Assisted Living in Mexico
In the Expat Web group on LinkedIn, a member asked recently, “As an Expat, which countries do you think have the best and worst health care systems?” Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Malta and France all received positive comments. One poster said Japan’s was “the worst I ever experienced.” … [Read more...] about Which Countries Have the Best Health Care?
International Living's annual Quality of Life Index. Every year, IL produces a Quality of Life index, which usually differs quite a bit from their recommendations on best places to retire. France has topped the list for several years running. France (was #1 last year as well) Australia (moved up … [Read more...] about End-of-Year Lists
Guest Post by Suzan Haskins, International Living Ah, Christmas in Mexico. There’s nothing better. Before Dan and I moved from the States, back when our son was a teenager, we always went on holiday for Christmas…one year to Belize, another year on a cruise to the Bahamas. But more often than … [Read more...] about Christmas in Mexico
More mainstream news coverage about US citizens and Mexican health care. [youtube]7j61NudatnM[/youtube] … [Read more...] about American Expats and Mexican Health Care