Budget Long Term Senior TravelEasy, Safe, Fun!
Here you’ll find expert advice on senior travel with a long-term focus. You can travel on a modest budget for months, years or even forever. Go where and when you want. Learn about my easy, safe, comfortable, minimalist style. I share my experiences and research to help make your travels easier and more fun.
Miraflores Locks is a must-see attraction. Like a slow motion ballet, these giants move from one water level to the next. Includes updated bus instructions.read more
The Amador Causeway is great for getting away from the hot city and enjoying the view and breeze. Don’t miss the giant elephant size SLOTHS at the Biomuseo.read more
Panama City has modern skyscrapers, metro system, quaint old neighborhoods, huge shopping malls, and a square mile of dense JUNGLE within the city limits.read more
Wear these comfortable soft knitted elastic wrist bands for instant motion sickness relief. No drugs. Super cheap. For ALL types of nausea, all sources.read more
Airbnb is a great choice for lodging IF you know how. Advantages, disadvantages and my pointers for using Airbnb easily & effectively. Get $40 off 1st stay.read more
Traveling to Belgium? Put Ghent on your “must see” list. Fully pedestrianized city center. Beautiful architecture. Only a 30 min train ride from Brussels.read more
For true hassle free travel you need a packing organizer system for your suitcase. Find out why and how to choose. Details about my favorite, Eagle Creek.read more
My first Cuenca visit, Feb 2017 with list of my general impressions. Lots to like about this charming city. Visit was way too short, will return late 2017.read more
Why packing the right mosquito net is one of the smartest things you can do. It’s absolutely essential for your health, peace-of-mind and restful sleep.read more
What’s the weather where you’re going? More importantly, what’s the overall annual climate pattern? What’s the altitude? Use these weather tools to plan!read more