While we are on the subject of work at home on the beach, or how to live and work abroad let's look an example of a Mexican dentist and his expat partner.
Every year we receive enquiries from people looking to escape from their hectic, high maintenance life styles and relocate to the slow pace of a sunny island. The big question, however, is how to pay for it. No one over 20 wants to live in a grass shack with no running water and plentiful running bugs. Most peoples' set of skills will pay for a summer season of fun, whether it is setting up a barber shop on the beach or the more typical waiting tables at a bar. It is the long, slow off season that requires some sort of off-island income.
I recently ran accross this site which should bring hope to dentists everywhere. --Doctors too, I read where medical travel is one of the fastest growing segments.
In fact I will give 50 BlogExplosion or 50 BlogMad Credits to whoever comes up with the best idea, in my opinion.
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- At February 12, 2007 3:24 AM JC Skinner said...
As a durty tabloid hack, I guess I could work anywhere there were C-list celebs and scandal to uncover.
Doubt that applies to Paros, though!