International Living Magazine – Since 1979
You look out your window, past your gardener, who is busily pruning the lemon, cherry, and fig trees…amidst the splendor of gardenias, hibiscus, and hollyhocks.
The sky is clear blue. The sea is a deeper blue, sparkling with sunlight.
A gentle breeze comes drifting in from the ocean, clean and refreshing, as your maid brings you breakfast in bed.
For a moment, you think you have died and gone to heaven.
But this paradise is real. And affordable. In fact, it costs only half as much to live this dream lifestyle…as it would to stay in your own home!
I’d like to send you a FREE copy of a unique—and invaluable—report.
It’s called How to Retire in Paradise on $30 a Day. And it tells you about the best places in the world for retirement living.
In one of the countries detailed in this report, you’ll find the perfect combination of climate, culture, and affordability.
If you dream of living in a place surrounded by lush green valleys and mountains, with a near-perfect climate, but with all the amenities an expat could need, then this is the place for you.
Or perhaps you’d prefer the hustle and bustle of one of this country’s cities…with its Spanish influenced colonial architecture and a never-ending program of cultural events, music and festivals…
Or maybe you’d like to look out your window at the sparkling ocean and pristine beaches.
Whatever you want, this place has it all…and with a cost of living that’s hard to beat.
You can rent a luxury two-bedroom apartment here for as little as $600 monthly, and have a maid clean your entire house, twice a week, for just $15 a week.
In this place, you’ll find world-class restaurants that serve excellent meals, where you’ll be hard-pressed to pay more than $50 for dinner for two—drinks included.
Health care here is also very affordable. A visit to a general practitioner costs $20 to $25 while a visit to a specialist costs $25 to $40…a psychiatrist will charge $30 to $40 for a half-hour session…and you can have your teeth cleaned for $35-$40.
In short, paradise does exist…where $1,600 a month (for a couple) will buy you a comfortable home in a beautiful setting, pay for your food and utilities, a housekeeper, a gardener, country-club dues…and even leave you with money left over for entertainment and travel!
Details on this and other retirement edens around the world are included in a valuable report calledHow to Retire in Paradise on $30 a Day. If you’ve ever thought of living overseas…or of owning a second home abroad…this report can turn your dreams into reality.
And this report is yours FREE simply for taking a look at INTERNATIONAL LIVING…
…a magazine that will help you discover and benefit from the many opportunities the world has to offer.
INTERNATIONAL LIVING will introduce you to…
>…parasailing in Thailand…bungee jumping in New Zealand…bicycling in the Highlands… bicycle tours in Britain and France.
…first-class travel opportunities for less than half the usual fare (it’s all a matter of understanding the angles used by savvy travelers the world over).
…secluded hideaways in Bali…castles for sale in Ireland…villas on undiscovered islands in the South Pacific…affordable ways to travel in the world’s most expensive cities, including London, Paris, Tokyo, and New York.
No other magazine covers the world like INTERNATIONAL LIVING.
It brings the entire world, with all of its rich, rewarding, exciting opportunities, to your door every month.
And these are opportunities you can use. After reading an article in INTERNATIONAL LIVING, you can pick up the phone and arrange to…
…travel to exotic, foreign lands…learn new languages…invest in booming overseas stocks …profit from foreign bank accounts…start your own international business…get a job overseas…retire to a tropical paradise…buy a piece of prime real estate in the world’s few remaining profitable property markets…
…these and many more exciting opportunities are available to you every month in the pages of INTERNATIONAL LIVING MAGAZINE.