Trekking in Bhutan, a dreamy camp in Rajasthan, the otherworldly island of Socotra and the fixer who can take you there. Plus: the travel insurance you should probably get!
I am looking to move permanently to the EU, but I am also open to a part time situation. I am considering climate change in looking for a destination, especially considering the heat last year. I am thinking Yolanda and her cohorts who write for Yolo would have great information about moving: destinations that are welcoming to foreigners and perhaps issues they have run up against such as language barriers, visas, moving costs, phone plans, banking etc. There is so much to consider. Thanks for responding!
Hi, loved your article on Bhutan. Would you mind telling me how long your trip was, and roughly how much it cost (excluding flights)
Thanks so much
Insurance, I always get travel insurance, it costs roughly 10% of your travel expensive up front. I can then rest easy that if something happens I just call an 800 number. I take a picture of my plan then download it onto a USB port which is always on me with all my info., copy of passport, International driver license, health records, important phone number and WhatsApp important numbers for where I am.
I really look forward to these, thank you. Has Yolo ever done any articles on relocation to countries outside the US?