In this Overseas Haven Report we introduce you to Hanoi, Vietnam.
The cultural and traditional capital city of Hanoi is thriving, growing, and maturing, defining its place in the global community. The frenetic pace of life; its teaming streets filled with unbridled energy, make Hanoi one of the most exciting and interesting cities in the world.
Hanoi is breathtakingly beautiful, graceful and gritty, it seems as if every neighborhood, every street corner, every peasant, every sidewalk vendor, each uniform-clad schoolchild and every narrow building begs for a photograph. Arising jubilantly from the ashes of war, Hanoi is quickly regaining its place in the world.
The post-war Socialist-Communist way of conducting business has gradually given way to a new economy. Now, for all intents and purposes embracing a free-market society.
Olango Island, Philippines | Overseas Havens Report
Our Overseas Haven Report details daily life on the island from finding a rental to shopping, the importance of good food, and the joys of living a back-to-basics lifestyle about moving to and living on a Philippine island.
This Overseas Haven Report features San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador. The city is the center of commerce, culture, and education for the country, and is one Central America’s largest urban centers.
Our Overseas Haven Report for Zagreb, Croatia is an insider’s guide to this stunning capital city. With a rich history and a bright future, we recommend anyone considering Europe to give Zagreb a good look.
This Overseas Haven Report features, Vientiane, Laos, a destination that low-key, but offers a lot for expats and retirees. Vientiane feels like little more than a large town. With a population of about 740,000, there are no skyscrapers here, no malls or hustle and bustle…But there are outstandingly beautiful Buddhist temples, lively markets, museums, and a fine assortment of local and international cuisines…
This Overseas Haven Report features one of Kathleen Peddicord’s favorite parts of the world, Paris, and specifically one of the most sought after locales in Paris, the Marais. It’s a location that’s not low cost, for sure, but once you get stuck into Parisian living, (and you’ve survived the sticker-shock of the cost of renting or buying) it’s not as expensive as you may think.