If you’re thinking about retiring to another country in 2016 and have no idea where in the world might be the best place to head, here’s a good place to start:
Take a look at what the two leading sources on retirement abroad, Live and Invest Overseas and International Living, have to say in their year-end “best of” lists.
Each year, both of these organizations survey their writers and correspondents from all over the world, collect the data, “run the numbers” and come up with their own list of favorites. International Living puts together a list of the 23 best, Live and Invest Overseas rates the top 12.
“Long Strange Trip” is a movie that every Deadhead in the kozmic universe will want to see, and with good reason: At three hours and 58 minutes, it has the sprawl and generosity of a good Dead show, yet there’s nothing indulgent about it — it’s an ardent piece of documentary classicism. The film counts Martin Scorsese among its executive producers, and it was directed by Amir Bar-Lev (“The Tillman Story”), who works with the historical meticulousness a subject like this one deserves. Bar-Lev, who grew up in the Bay Area, uses the long-form running time to digress where he sees fit, but mostly he stays hooked to the center of his subject: how the Grateful Dead, after rising to prominence as an electric jam band in the late ’60s — the hippie minstrels of the Haight-Ashbury circus — took on a wriggling, effusive identity of their own that could be shaped and guided but never fully controlled.
We just finishing up the CrossRoads RV Rally in Shipshewana, Indiana, we had a great time giving educational seminars and just hanging out with a great group of folks.
As I reflect on all the questions that we were asked during our seminars – the Absorption RV Refrigerator is still the number one topic of all.So, I thought I would provide more information on how to help this appliance work more efficiently with providing some great facts that you may not be aware of.
Bücher in einer Fremdsprache eignen sich hervorragend, um das Lesen zu lernen und das Sprachverständnis zu fördern. Bücher fesseln uns in einer Geschichte, regen unsere Fantasie an und lassen uns so das eigentliche Lernen vergessen.