Many expats living in Medellín work remotely for a company in another country, which is known as being digital nomads with a location independent jobs.
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Jeff takes us to Mercado del Rio, which is a large gastronomic market that opened recently in Medellín with nearly 40 restaurants, food stores and bars.
Wingstop is the next U.S. fast food chain coming to Colombia and other chains that opened in Medellín recently have already opened second locations.
Jeff updates a popular post looking at the best Medellín neighborhoods for foreigners, including El Poblado, Envigado, Laureles, Belén and Sabaneta.
Home security is important in Medellín and Jeff looks at buying a security door for improved security and improved peace of mind.
Jeff takes us to Lucio Carbon y Vino, an Argentina steakhouse in Envigado, which is a cozy restaurant popular with locals and expats.
Medellín vs Lima, which is the better city to live? Medellín ranks as a top foreign retirement location but Lima compares favorably, which is better?
Starbucks opened its first store in Medellín on September 1 and Jeff takes us inside. Starbucks plans to open 5 more stores in Medellín by the end of 2017.
Jeff updates a popular post by looking at the latest Medellín unfurnished apartment rental costs in five popular areas in the city – the bottom line prices have increased.