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Follow Our Visit to Scotland Along with Other Retirement News on Facebook

Category: Best Retirement Towns and States

June 22, 2019 – We have been posting on Facebook about some of the most likely places to retire as we continue our tour of Scotland and a little bit of Ireland. These posts will give you a little hint of what it might be like to retire there, mostly because of the photos.

Harbor at Tobermory on Isle of Mull

Very soon we will have a summary feature that covers places to retire in Scotland, how possible it is for non-Brits, cost of living, and more. But in the meantime, follow us on Facebook where you will find posts not only about Scotland, but links to all of our newsletters and other interesting retirement news as well. See our Mini-Retirement Guide to Scotland as well.

Posted by Admin on June 21st, 2019

5 Comments »

  1. Enjoy your trip! Scotland is one of my favorite places to visit (if not THE favorite!). And, one of the most vegan friendly countries – have even found vegan “haggis” on menues (usually a stuffed onion).

    by Jean — June 22, 2019

  2. Love the British Isles! Thought it was near impossible for non-Brits to retire there. Can’t wait to hear what you have found. Do tell!!

    by Donna — June 22, 2019

  3. We lived in Scotland, during the 1980’s (our youngest son was born there) and LOVED it! We looked in to retirement there but felt is was too complicated to transfer all our $$ and we didn’t want to emigrate. If you have new information, it will be fun to know!

    by Flatearth6 — June 23, 2019

  4. are you doing british isles with viking in july?? if so, we’ll see you on the boat.

    by ed greene — June 23, 2019

  5. Sorry Ed, still doing some work on our “new” old house after a retirement move to Maine, the end of 2017. ENJOY though!!

    by Flatearth6 — June 25, 2019

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