An overview with links for country-specific ETFs (exchange-traded funds) for expats looking for a relatively low-risk way to invest money in their new countries.
Anecdotes of interactions with the Venezuelan sojourners, immigrants and refugees living in Lima, Peru, as told by your favorite ugly American expat.
The latest edition illustrating the new prosperity in Peruvian economy highlights the tile floors installed at my local meat and produce market in Lima, Peru.
An anecdote from the ever-growing Venezuelan diaspora in Lima, Peru and how it has evolved from the highly educated to the … not so much.
American expat in Bogota, Matt Rines, offers an ode to the celebrity chef, travel reporter and philosopher on the human condition, Anthony Bourdain.
Responding to a poorly educated reader who incorrectly characterizes the common Latin American custom of throwing used toilet paper in the trash.
Jake from Nomadic Hustle gives us an overview on the nootropic, modafinil, and how independent professionals use this smart drug to boost their production at work.
Navigating the cultural nuances and language barriers of the English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh at an Irish pub in Lima. Alternate Title: An Ode to our Friends from the Other Side of the Pond.
Colombia Politics’ Kevin Howlett gives the casual Colombia watcher an overview of the 2018 presidential elections pitting Ivan Duque against Gustavo Petro, Sergio Fajardo and more.
Some training videos of myself and wife doing squats (140kg and 60kg respectively), overhead squats, deadlifts and more to show how Maca Nitro powers workouts.
Explaining how I would market ayahuasca (yaje) as a purely drug-tourism business, as opposed to a quasi-religious, spiritual ceremony. Alternate Title: Free Biz Idea – TFB Vacations.
Speculative analysis on the murder of Olivia Arevalo and lynching of Sebastian Woodroffe in the Ucayali region of Peru. Alternate Title: Ayahuasca is Not the Safest Game in Town.
An expat in Nicaragua gives an overview on the Central American country in terms of food, weather, modernity, economy, crime, education and more.
An expat’s list of the top 10 things to do in Bogota including Monserrate, Salt Cathedral, Chapinero, Botero Museum, Zona Rosa, La Candelaria, Usaquen and more.