Tag Archives: early retirement

Kumbh Mela, India

The entire May we spent in India. It was not a luxury touristy trip; we attended the largest religious gathering in the world, Kumbh Mela in Ujjain.  It was estimated, that over

Armenia and Georgia

I am posting many short updates about our travels on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EarlyRetirementAbroad) and I feel that I am doing OK job with those postings/updates.  Although I feel bad about not updating the

Vietnam, Da Nang

After unforgettable stay in Dalat we moved to Da Nang, a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches. We booked a hotel within a 5 min walk from the

Vietnam, Saigon

We tried to postpone our trip to Vietnam for a couple years by now.  We did not want to visit Vietnam because of its communist government.   Many our friends were excited about

Songkran on Koh Pha Ngan

My Facebook posts and blog posts are out of sync, the blog is a little bit behind.  Here a few more words & pictures from Koh Pha Ngan. The annual Songkran Festival, or

Ko Pha Ngan

Here we are, arrived to Ko Pha Ngan, a small island in the Gulf of Thailand. We traveled almost 8 hours from Hua Hin by bus and then by boat (a high

Saying Goodbye to Hua Hin

Hua Hin continues to surprise us as we’ve discovered a few hidden gems: Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas, Anantasila Villa beach hotel, little coffee shops, and spas: Let’s Relax and Asia

Kuala Lumpur, Visa Run

We are back to Kuala Lumpur! Many thanks to our wonderful host for the warm reception!  So good to be home! This time we are staying in a different apartment – so

Retirement Haven – Another List

We all search for that imaginary retirement haven.  However, the main question is still the same: “Can we afford it?”   Almost every retirement magazine, publishing company, and retirement experts have their own

Vacaion in Mexico City

Our dearest friend just returned from the one week vacation in Mexico City.  His decision to go there was not the easy one, thanks to media and friends’ advice.  Honestly, he was so