Prices Archive

Renting a Car in Mexico

Renting a vehicle and driving yourself is a bad idea in many Mexican cities, but it’s a great idea if you want to go exploring a region on your own schedule, away from the congestion on the open road. I’ve been traveling to Mexico for about a decade, regularly renting a car to go to [...]

Let’s Go to Chile! $160 Visa Fee Dropped

March has kicked off with a bang for the Southern Cone country of Chile as the U.S. Government and the Chilean government have gone to work and gotten something done. Chile has dropped its hefty visa fee that Americans had to cough up before even stepping foot outside the Santiago airport, while the United States [...]

Cuenca Real Estate: No Secret, but Still a Great Value

Back in 2010 we wrote about Cuenca luxury real estate and although the word was getting out at that point, only those who read publications like International Living were really hearing much about it. Then the bandwagon press machine started up in earnest and the city got mentioned as a retirement hotspot in magazines and [...]

Luxury Real Estate on the Mainland Coast of Honduras – Trujillo

Honduras has been getting into the news for all the wrong reasons the last couple years, but to contrarian investors who are savvy enough to always buy low and sell high, oceanfront property here is looking very attractive. The Honduras mainland has long played second fiddle to the Bay Islands. Roatan has been an expatriate [...]

Footprint Panama: a Small Guidebook Packed With Gold

Gold info that is. While it’s tempting for many to declare the death of guidebooks and pretend you can get everything you need from a travel app or your social media contacts, savvy travelers know better. There are few purchases in the world that can give you a quicker, surer return on investment than a [...]