Throughout our Overseas Haven Report on Loja, Ecuador, we will alert you to the good and the not so good aspects of living life in Loja.
Writer Lee Harrison has himself lived in Ecuador for years and had this to say, “if I were to return as a resident today, Loja is where I’d live.” You really can’t get a better recommendation than that!
In this Overseas Haven Report we explore Loja, Ecuador, a hidden-gem in one of South America’s most expat-friendly countries.
Loja is a little-known, off-the-gringo-trail city in Ecuador’s southern Andean range. As with many choices in Ecuador the climate is pleasant, the cost of living is low, there’s great healthcare, and the people are friendly.
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…
Puerto Vallarta is regularly voted among the top destinations in Mexico by readers of Live and Invest Overseas, Condé Nast Traveler, Trip Advisor, US News and World Report, Travel & Liesure, and many more.
If you are still searching for your next destination, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, should be on your list!
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.
Tagaytay sits atop a ridge that runs along the north side of beautiful Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano. Although it is only about an hour’s drive from the sprawling metropolis of Manila, there is nothing urban about Tagaytay. It’s a small mountain resort town surrounded by breath-taking scenery.
Our Overseas Haven Report for Chiang Mai, Thailand covers everything an expat would want to know about living, retiring, or investing in Southeast Asia’s most livable city.
With a population just over 1 million, Chiang Mai is a shining example of a perfect balance of past, present, and future. You’ll find ancient temples and antique shops, thriving universities and public spaces, and still be able to enjoy first-rate health care and safety.
There is a reason Chiang Mai is consistently rated as one of the top places in the world to live or retire. Find out for yourself!