When I last wrote about my experience with dental tourism, I had just returned from my second of three trips to Bangkok in search of excellent dental care at affordable prices. After some time to heal from my last set of surgeries, I headed to Thailand last week to complete my course of treatment.
$1,000 per month is a major retirement income milestone, and we’re very nearly there. This month, I’m looking at five spectacular places you can live on a budget that would barely cover the rent in most US cities.
I returned to Bangkok for the second of three scheduled Dental tourism trips… And this time, I brought a friend!
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Let’s check out five cool places that you can retire comfortably for $879 a month, far below what many Americans receive for Social Security.
Well, I’m back from Bangkok, having completed my first course of dental treatment abroad, and I have a lot of thoughts!
My quest for affordable dentistry leads me to Thailand, and my first week of treatment. See if it’s really possible to save 70% on major dental work.
A few weeks ago, I was considering dental tourism to Thailand to address some expensive dental work that I need to get done. I calculated that I could get the work done for almost 50% less than the equivalent treatments in the US, including all travel and hotel costs.
Many retirees dismiss Europe as a possibility because of a perception that it’s simply too expensive. While there there are many European countries with high costs of living, Spain is not among them, and a fulfilling and cosmopolitan life is possible on a very modest budget.