Belize Reopens For Tourism

Like it or not, Belize reopens for international tourism 1 October 2020. For weeks now the Ministry of Health has been practicing COVID19 protocols at the Belize International Airport. Working from cracked Formica desks but otherwise properly hazmat suited, Belizean health workers are efficiently processing tourists with tracking apps, temperature probes and rapid tests. They’ve […]

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Learning from Fidel

Fidel Castro was the longest-reigning political leader of the twentieth century. How did this one-time law student/protestor pull this off? Well, as a protesting student, he made every mistake in the book, with particular emphasis on egotistically wanting always to be at the forefront and getting all the press. His efforts were never well-thought through. […]

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Republic of Georgia e-Visa: Digital Nomad Visa

The Republic of Georgia is quickly becoming a go-to country for digital nomads. Situated in the Caucasus region on the Eurasian crossroads between East and West, Georgia offers an exciting range of experiences to any adventurous and entrepreneurial expat. What’s more, it’s new e-Visa might just be the best way you can explore this little-known […]

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Belize Hotels Want New Strategy For Tourists

Trade industry group Belize Tourism Industry Association is demanding less restrictive treatment for tourists visiting Belize according to a letter addressed to government 21 September 2020. The pressure being put on the government is against the safety protocols enacted for the reopening of the Belize International Airport for the winter tourism season. In its letter […]

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Doug Casey on The Culture War

“Culture” is composed of the customs, traditions, and beliefs of a group of people. It’s a way of seeing the world and interpreting reality. It determines what’s right and wrong and good and evil. Culture is what ties people together or divides them. It’s a composite of religion, politics, economics, philosophy, and language—but the composite […]

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The Nuclear Election

On sixth August 1945, the US dropped the world’s first nuclear weapon on Japan. Not surprisingly, the devastation that it caused changed the way the US looked at its power in the world. That perception has never changed since. For Americans, though they may not know it yet, the 2020 presidential election will be an […]

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Expats Are the Smartest Voters

No matter where I live in the world there always seems to be a local election coming soon. And a campaign sign in Poland looks exactly like one in Pittsburg – some smiling face making assurances he’ll “fight” for you.  The United States seems to now have a perpetual voting season, whether it’s mid-terms or […]

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Enter Any Lottery Online, No Matter Where You Live

When it comes to popular gambling, the lottery cannot be left out. Without a doubt, for years this game has established itself as one of the favorites by people. This is due, among other things, to allow, with a minimum investment, winning excellent prizes. Now, like many things in this world, the lottery was touched […]

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