Live Like a Local When Traveling Abroad

There are multiple ways to live like you belong there, depending on your budget and how much responsibility you want to shoulder.

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Many retirees dream of living like a local in a distant country: speaking a foreign language; living in a cozy house or apartment rather than out of a suitcase, and hanging out with neighbors at local cafes and restaurants.

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