Despite its glamorous reputation and sky-high property prices tax haven Monaco is not an expensive country for expats to relocate to.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/expat-money/9836515/Monaco-not-so-expensive-for-expats.html
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
In recent years another Balearic Island has been to trying to tempt those who like the club scene, and Mallorca Rocks has successfully drawn young holidaymakers from across Europe.
But Mallorca has a history of music that goes much further back than Ibiza's - and it was the island's weather that attracted no less than Chopin to winter there.
To read more about Chopin's visit, click through to this blog
Sunday, 13 January 2013
The answer depends upon who you are listening to at any given time.
Poiticans will give an electorally advantageous answer, depending on whether or not they are in office - so it might make sense to take the word of people working in the finance and banking industry as their work depends upon what the answer really is.
Unfortunately it's not great news. For example at a conference in Monaco of Hedge Fund managers and others including some who work in the Monaco banks the answer is 15 to 20 years. Twice as long as most current governments will admit to.
More details are available at Monaco News
Thursday, 3 January 2013
But while the two teir education system in Britain is often held up as a prime example of the class divide, could travel also play its part?
The issue is looked at on this blog Holidays Abroad Highlight British Class Divide