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If you ever
wonder how much impact you have made on complete strangers,
wonder no more! We are grateful you have pioneered the path!
Thanks for thinking differently back in 1991 and going against
conventional approach. Warm regards and cheers, Maria
Your Retirement Dream
It's not where you are, it's where you are headed.
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With over 30
retirement experiences and adventures
let us show you how.
We give you the
map, but YOU determine your path.
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This book is a
must-read for anyone who dreams of retirement but worries that their plan
has been derailed by a weak economy. "The dream is still possible," say
Billy and Akaisha Kaderli, and they should know. Retired in 1991 at the age
of 38, the Kaderlis have been living an adventurous, global life and have
taught us that enrichment doesn't have to cost a fortune. Using their own
inspirational retirement as an example, they step readers through practical
advice about building and managing a financial portfolio, health care
concerns, housing, traveling and lifestyle choices. After reading this book,
you'll come away not only with a solid financial plan, but the courage and
know-how to take the leap into the life you want.
author of "The Dilemmas of Family Wealth," and Bankrate.com's
Just got back from my first visit
to Lake Chapala. Definitely won't be the last. You guys are right on the mark -
it's a beautiful place. Thanks for your advice and for steering me there. Hope
next time we get a chance to meet.
I stay in the
Chapala area the months of January and February -
then July and August every year. I went there
originally because of your book The Chapala Guide. I am unable to retire
because of family reasons, however, my life is great
- 8 months here and 4 months there works out great.
I do not take a car to Lakeside - buses are easy and
walking is great. Thank you for everything including
saving my life. The need to get away is big
sometimes, and the Chapala area is perfect for my
appreciate you forever.
The Adventurer's Guide to Chapala Living
Retirement becoming out of
reach? Perhaps you should look at alternatives for
a lower cost, higher quality lifestyle. Read why Lake
Chapala, Mexico is the #1 retirement destination outside the USA
The Chapala Guide
offers step-by-step instructions with over 120 pages chocked full
of details for your first visit to this extraordinary area, such as:
Contents Change this link
How to get
there and how to get out, where to stay and what to expect,
activities that make this area the largest Expatriate community in
the world, cost of living, access to medical care, assisted living and more.
I have been to Pana
before and this guide is spot on regarding the ins and outs of Living in Pana. A
must-read for first timers. - Chris
comprehensive Guide to Panajachel ever! We have six
years of experience living in Pana and decades of retirement
adventures. Use this guide to launch your own Guatemalan
Adventure. Unique, Unusual, Unmatched Beauty, Panajachel is a
Retirement Gem in the Rough. Some people would like an exotic
style of retirement, a little different than suburban living in the
United States or Canada. Others might be looking for more
temperate weather, a place where one doesn’t roast in the summer
or freeze in the winter. There are would-be retirees who realize
that their savings and retirement income won’t cover the price of
the lifestyle they dreamed of in their older years, because costs
have gotten too high for daily living. Enter Guatemala as a
retirement destination choice. More specifically, Panajachel,
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
More info here.
Kudos for writing another
descriptive, informative and useful guide, this time for Guatemala! I used
The Adventurer's Guide
to Guatemala as my primary resource, in addition to
Lonely Planet and online research. I followed your recommendations on day
trips in Antigua and was not disappointed. The cultural museum and the
macadamia nut farm were especially interesting! The information you provided
on lake Atitlan was also helpful. What a beautiful place!
One attraction I would like to
recommend to fellow adventurers: the alluring natural turquoise colored
Semuc Champey. Tropical, mountainous Semuc Champey makes a wonderful
1-2 day stopover for those enroute to Tikal or Rio Dulce/Livingston, and
there are convenient shuttles and chicken buses to Flores and Rio Dulce.
I heartily recommend your guide to
anyone traveling to Guatemala. Your stories and thoughtful photos really
inspire one to get out an explore. Keep up the great work!
Adventurer's Guide to Guatemala
take you from the ancient Maya strongholds of Huehuetenango and
Xela to one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world,
Panajachel on the ancient volcanic Lake Atitlan. We show you
colorful native markets, the old Colonial capital city of Antigua
and give you a sneak peek into the Caribbean side of Guatemala like
you have never seen before.
Maya ruins, island cities, exploding
volcanoes and the famous brilliantly unique Chicken Buses – it’s all
here in this Guide to Guatemala.
photos are included so you can have a personal glimpse into this
More info here.
finished reading the Destination Guide. It was a quick read, and
as in your “main” book that I bought previously, nicely spiced by all the
photos, including those of my favorite topic (no, not you guys, sorry!)—food! I
am at a decision point where I can take an early retirement/severance package or
continue for another few years of stress but good $$. Trying to sort it out.
Your book was a welcome diversion and perspective.
Adventurer's Guide to Destination Choices
Which one is for you?
Stop dreaming about it ! Make it
Reduce your cost of living. Find better weather. Create a healthier
way of life. It
IS possible to retire and live well on $2,000
USD a month.
information in The Guide is from our knowledge.
Boots-on-the-ground -- over three decades of experiences -- we have lived,
traveled and researched extensively throughout Guatemala, Thailand, Mexico, and the
United States. Our insight will help sort through some of the issues
involved in making your retirement destination decision,
thus making that choice easier for you.
You Both! You are great writers and really turn a fine eBook, my favorite
literary media. After all, as another travel wonk I know the value of being
able to read 8 titles at once and have them at my fingertips immediately. This
book is just even juicier than even the related webpage’s and was totally worth
teasing these electrons from this dodgy Guatemalan connection. I knew I'd need
this very readable "weightless" Travel guide to "carry along" as I left behind
spectacular Central America's impending rainy season for the Sunny climate of
Mexico's beautiful South Pacific beaches.
The Adventurer's Guide to the Pacific Coast of Mexico
details our route, the places we stayed, prices we paid along this
adventure and history and culture of these locations.
164 pages chocked-full of
useful info and photos. Includes details on Cuyutlan, San Juan de
Lima, Caleta de Campos, Zihuatanejo, Marquelia, Puerto Escondido,
Tehuantepec-Tuxtla, San Cristobal, and Comitan.
After each city you will find information on hotels
in the area, transportation available, useful notes and the pros and
cons of each place, as we view them.
We know that
you will find this information both practical and inspiring. Use it
as a template to create your own exciting journeys.
We just returned from a fine trip
to the Highlands of Mexico. Thanks for your help in planning our journey.
added bonus I had all of my dental needs taken care of in Ajijic. I paid 25%
of what it would have cost in the states
it was done very quickly and professionally.
continue to enjoy your website. Keep up the good work.
Cheers, Dennis & Winnie
Adventurer's Guide to Mexico's Highlands
details our route, the places we stayed, prices we paid along this
adventure and the history and culture of these locations.
pages chocked-full of insightful info and photos. Includes details
on Bus and airline transportation, lodging and places to visit in
Zacatecas, Jerez de Garcia, and Guanajuato.
through the highlands of Mexico is a must adventure for any
traveler. From the famous silver mining city of Zacatecas to the
most Mexican town in Mexico, Jerez, and finally the World Heritage
and enchanting, University city of Guanajuato. All of these places
were unique and unquestionably worth a visit.
Cut and Run Report -
Our First 200 Days
Billy and Akaisha Kaderli
28 page Report detailing our first 200 days of financial
was no word for what we were planning to do. In fact ...
Billy had it all organized. His idea was that we would
When we finally cut loose and began to travel, we wrote letters to
It’s the number you want to keep an eye out for – because if you can ...
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Retire Early Lifestyle Vol.1
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100 pages of practical and
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move your retirement funds to Mexico? - If you are single will you be a fifth
wheel in your retirement? -Can you find good internet connections overseas? - Could
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