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Expat Ukraine’s 2020 Belgrade Guide

The following is a guest post by ExpatUkraine. INTRODUCTION St. Mark’s Church. Serbian Orthodox church located in the Tasmajdan park in Belgrade Serbia Serbia is at the top of many male traveller’s lists of places of interest, and for a good reason. With a lovely climate, beautiful women, and a fantastic nightlife scene, the capital […]

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My New Book Drops March 13th!

Finally. Friday the 13th is supposed to be unlucky, but I’m Irish so hopefully, it will balance out 🙂At 72,000 words, this is the biggest and best book I’ve ever written. Summary:MY LIFE AS A MEXICAN PIRATE  may just be the wildest travel memoir ever written.  It started as a joke, an Irish trio on […]

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The Year in Review 2019

In 2019, I reaped the rewards of the hard work I put in last year and in 2017. Things got kicked up a notch too. I got the keys to my first bit of real estate and closed deals for three new businesses. It was not without serious challenges, and some other projects got put […]

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The Second Mouse Gets the Cheese

There is a saying in business that has really resonated with me this last year. “The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.” Most start-up businesses are mouse traps. 90% of them fail. Most budding entrepreneurs think they’ll be one of the lucky ones. They try to be smart about […]

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No, I’m not dead.

Greetings lads. It’s been a while. In fact, it’s been months since I posted anything, the longest gap ever. I owe you an explanation. You see, my offline life in the Med has been incredibly busy and interesting. The launch of my second pub over the summer was an incredible success. It’s packed every evening […]

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The Men’s Guide Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (Snapshot)

Snapshots are mini city guides for smaller places or cities I have only experienced briefly. Here’s a little snapshot of Bishkek. What’s Bishkek like? Crossing the border from Kazakhstan you’ll definitely feel you’ve tumbled down the economic ladder. GDP per capita drops from $8.8k a year to a palsy 1.2k a year – en pair with Cambodia or Zambia. Modern […]

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