by a regular lurker
My brother is about to retire at 45 after a few expat assignments and 20-year career in the oil industry. He and his family plan to live in a relatively low cost area on interest/dividends from an investment portfolio.
Totebaggers, what are your thoughts on early retirement? If you or someone you know has retired early, what are your biggest lessons?
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Some of us have expressed an interest in traveling to various locations and staying there a month or more just getting to know and enjoy the areas. These would likely be post-retirement trips since we typically don’t have the vacation time to do this while we’re working.
To my surprise Miami Beach recently caught my eye as a place to spend a leisurely month. Maybe I’m too old to enjoy the cool vibe of South Beach, but I’m still intrigued. Plus it’s just a generally beautiful location that probably offers a number of short side trips that would be worth exploring. What do you think? Yay or nay on Miami Beach?
What, if any, locations would you consider for a month-long stay? Domestic and international. What locations would you recommend? Give us details on local activities that would help us decide if they might tempt us. Let’s share our inside scoop on long-term trip possibilities.
Here’s a retired couple that spends most of the year on long trips all over the world. Ultimately they built a home in California that precisely meets their needs and was designed to easily rent out to other travelers while they are away.
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