Tagged: travel

Internet Access and Your Business

I know it may seem crazy to many people, but I’ve always had the dream of being able to live anywhere in the world, including a remote tropical island, and keep making a living doing what I love on the Internet.

The reality is I’ve been living this dream for years now, and I’ve been able to make a living using the Internet to manage my business from anywhere I’m at in the world.

In the last few years I’ve traveled to over 30 countries and countless islands, and everywhere I’ve been I’ve been able to manage my business, from the hotel room to the beach!

Many people nowadays are learning that they can become financially independent by creating an online business and working for themselves.… Read More »

Travel the World, Do What You Love

Recently I was talking to a family member that’s very close to me. We were talking about my trip around the world that

I am starting in just two weeks . I was telling them how next year I’m going to be spending over 9 months traveling the world, spending time in over 25 countries, and going to places I’ve always dreamed of going.

That includes places whose mention alone are enough to make you dream, such as Fiji, Egypt, New Zealand, Tahiti, Thailand, Bali, and many more.

I was getting all excited telling them about my trip, where I’d be going, and more interestingly, how I was going to make this trip actually pay for itself and at no cost to me.… Read More »

Costa Rica is not an island

dsc00061“San Jose is a pretty noisy city, so we’re looking forward to seeing the rest of the island” is actually a quote I overheard a tourist say when they first got to Costa Rica.

Of course, Costa Rica is not an island, nor is it pronounced “Costa Rico”. The confusion probably comes from another island that we all know called “Puerto Rico”.

“I’d love to spend my winters in the tropics like you, but isn’t Costa Rica dangerous? Aren’t there poisonous snakes?” is another question I often got asked.

I live in Central America during the winters because I love warm weather, beautiful tropicalal beaches and waterfalls, sunshine, inexpensive ripe fruits and vegetables and the outdoors.

But Costa Rica (or Panama) is not Miami!… Read More »