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Brazil bridge at the Amazon River

Best Bargains in Brazil

One Reasonably Priced Consumer Good Found in Brazil Let’s be honest – the overwhelming majority of things that might be considered “middle class” consumer goods in the USA or Europe are overpriced in Brazil. That goes for clothes, electronics, cars, you name it. It’s mostly because of taxes, import duties, etc. Brazilians know this and […]

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U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Forty's (NMCB-40) Seabee Engineer Reconnaissance Team (SERT) reach their mission destination to determine if an old bridge can be used to support troop and convoy movements during an annual field exercise.

Why Buying Military Grade Luggage is Worth It

There’s a common saying in America that goes something along the lines of, “you get what you pay for.” Since living in the states typically entails the possibility of being able to choose between many different brands and countries where the product was originally made in – we therefore have the option to pay for […]

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Toruń, road bridge on Vistula

Savvy flight shopping for Expats

By now most people are familiar with big flight ticket aggregator / search sights like kayak.com. These are a great place to start hunting for tickets. If you have used kayak recently you might have noticed they started offering “hacker fares” which are basically patched together with multiple airlines. In this post we’re going to […]

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Hercilio Luz Bridge, Santa Catarina State, Brazil

How to get there

How to get there (overseas living) using Expat Authority A brief explanation of the topics found on this blog, and how this website can help you achieve a plan for living overseas. We live in an attention deficit disorder world. People want instant access to information, with brief but accurate and actionable intel. The layout […]

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