My Latin Life's Packing Guide To Latin America

Hey there gang!

I've got some time, so I thought I'd put together a fun little post outlining some of the items I pack to go to Latin America…

Where Do Most Expats in Latin America Live?

Back again, back again. This time, to talk about where expats in Latin America live.

The inspiration for this article came from…

Are There Too Many Gringos in Latin America?

Gringos in Latin America.

This is a subject I’ll never grow tired of writing about…

An Open Invitation For All Latin American Enthusiasts!

Hey folks.

I started a Telegram group for people who are interested in Latin America. And I’d like to invite my fine readers (you) to join!

How Much Does It Really Cost to Live in Latin America?

How you doing, friends.

Today I want to address the cost of living in Latin America. Is it as cheap as everyone says?

5 Things You Can Do in Brazil That Will Make Your Trip Special

This is a guest post by Trip 101.

Brazil is the largest country in Latin America and the 5th biggest in the world. Brazil has something for every type of traveller, no matter your budget or trip duration!

What Country Should You Visit On Your First Trip To Latin America?

What’s up, gang?

If there’s a type of email I receive more than any other, it’s this: Vance! It’s my first time in Latin America. Which country should I visit?

The Ultimate Wine Tasting Restaurants in Buenos Aires

*This is a guest post by Elisa Williams

Visiting Buenos Aires in Argentina is one of the most fascinating decisions you could make. The city boasts numerous wine tasting restaurants that are sure to satisfy all your needs during your stay…

How to Reduce Taxes as an Expat in Latam

This guest article was contributed by Andrew Henderson, founder of Nomad Capitalist.

Hard as it may be for some to believe, I didn’t move overseas for the tax benefits.

However, the tax benefits of legally escaping the tax net in increasingly confiscatory countries like the United States can be quite alluring. Living in Latin America can help you substantially reduce - and even eliminate - your personal and business tax obligations.

My New Neighborhood: Colonia del Valle in Mexico City

Hello, my friends.

It’s been awhile since I’ve done a new post, and for that I apologize.

I’ve got a couple new projects in the works that have been eating my time.

But, I’m back to tell you what it’s like living in del Valle, Mexico City.

Do You Want To Make Money Online And Travel Latin America?

This is a review of Content 2 Cash, by Jake Nomada.

Have you ever thought how nice it might be to make money from your laptop while living in Latin America?

Imagine yourself in a penthouse overlooking a city, or relaxing in secluded beach abode, earning in dollars but spending in pesos, soles or reales.

Setting your own hours. Knowing you can party ‘til 6am at a reggaeton club because you can start your day’s work whenever you please; or being able to take a few days off on a whim for a rejuvenating excursion in the Andes.

If you’ve read my blog, perhaps such things have crossed your mind…

Mexico City: What's It Like Living In Centro?

Whenever I tell folks where I live in Mexico City, they’re always surprised.

Really!?

Centro? Isn’t it dangerous?

Why did you decide to live there?

And fair enough…

10 Good Reasons To Live In Lima, Peru

What’s up, guys.

Once again, I’ve got Peru on my mind.

And, seeing as how it’s been 10 months since I left, I figured I’d honor it with a post about 10 good reasons to live in Lima…

The Last Emperor Of Mexico

Vienna, Austria. 1840.

A sibling rivalry that will change history in Europe and the Americas.

Two brothers in line for the Austrian throne: Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph and his brother Franz Joseph.

Latin American Soul vs. Eastern European Soul

This is a guest post from Maverick Traveler

When it comes to leaving the West and looking for a cheap and easy way of living, the traveler and future expat have chiefly two options: Latin America and Eastern Europe.

How To Get Set Up In A New Latin American City

Hey friends,

Today I’m going to tell you what you should do when you arrive to a new Latin American city.

Whenever I touch down in a destination that’s new to me, or somewhere I haven’t been for awhile, this is exactly what I do…

Nightlife in Guatemala City: What's It Like?

Hey friends!

The time has come to talk about nightlife in Guatemala City.

What’s it like? Where you should go? What should you expect?

Read on to find out…

Why I Was Wrong About Guatemala City

Ladies and gentlemen, I made a mistake.

I misjudged Guatemala City.

What can I say? I was off-base; out of line; missed the mark. Just...wrong.

Here’s what happened…

What Is Life Like As An Expat In Mexico City?

Hey folks. Today I’m going to talk about expat life in Mexico City.

What to expect, how much you’ll spend, the pros, the cons. All that good stuff.

But first, a disclaimer…

50 Good Books About Mexico, Central and South America

What originally drove me to live in Latin America wasn't the sex, sun and salsa. Rather, it was a fascination with the politics, culture and society in this part of the world.

My interest started in university with a socioeconomics course. Insufferable Marxist indoctrination aside, it was an engaging class and responsible for igniting my enthusiasm for Latin America. I probably never would have bothered to take the jump to live in LATAM if I hadn't taken the class.

Credit where credit's due.