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He didn't want a fat mortgage to pay off for the next 30 years, and neither did his girlfriend, Merete Mueller. They captured their unconventional adventure on film and turned it into a documentary that has taken them around the country on a

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Best Places to Party On Spring Break It's the first choice for married businessmen when it comes to bringing prostitutes back to the penthouse suite they took out a second mortgage to afford. Next door is The Comsopolitan. It's not as lavish, but it leases several floors and a patio to

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“Together we are co-conspirators in a counterculture adventure,” she writes. Yep, that's how we feel about . Lower housing costs translate into lower taxes; lower insurance rates, and better monthly cash flow from a lower mortgage. Finally, stay-at

On the Agenda: Events feature new laws and crowd-funding
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Business: A leading mountain resort and adventure company. Malibu Boats Inc. - Loudon, Tenn., 7.1 million shares, priced $13 to $15, managed by Raymond The Labor Department issues weekly jobless claims; the Commerce Department reports fourth

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Alabama mortgage star Stewart Holt with Adventure Mortgage in Birmingham closes another loan denied by 3 previous lenders. Loan was approved and ...

Erie's American Dream?

, And it's all set in Erie, Pa. The first episode, " Million Dollar Bet " premiered Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 10 p.m. The first season is set to run for eight hour-long episodes.

Stearns is the titular billionaire of the show, though, during his time in town, he went by the moniker "Glenn Bryant." The premise is this: a wealthy self-made entrepreneur gets dropped off in a typical American city with only $100 and none of his personal connections, and must build a million-dollar business in 90 days. If he fails to do so, he'll have to pump up to one million dollars of his own money into the business — ergo the initial episode's title. Through gumption and creative thinking, he'll use what he's learned to parlay his starting sum into a valuation 10,000 times greater than its original.

A recipient of the esteemed Horatio Alger Award in 2011, the 56-year-old businessman and survivor of throat cancer founded Stearns Lending and also heads up Anivive Life Science , as well as several holding companies. At the start of the show, his net worth was valued at $2.2 billion. The dyslexic son of alcoholic parents, he was no stranger to hardships growing up, becoming a father at the age of 14. He founded Stearns Lending as a mortgage company in 1989; though the company filed for bankruptcy this July due to rising interest rates, it remains one of the largest privately held lenders in America.

This suburban family left everything behind to travel Central America for a year in a van — they’d do it again ‘in a heartbeat’

Among the highlights: They spent a few weeks on Ometepe Island (in the middle of a lake in Nicaragua) making chocolate with an American woman who had a biodynamic farm there (they found her through the WorkAway program, which connects travelers who are looking for a place to stay and willing to do work for it).

“She had no electricity, dirt floors, chickens were running around everywhere, her water came from a hose connected to a spring … There were glass bottles everywhere where she said she was trapping earth spirits.” They helped her make chocolate bars -- that’s how she earned money, Rebecca says — that she sold to hotels, tourists, “and a bunch to the commune up the hill” where the residents might have sometimes “been a little stoned,” Paul jokes.

They also did some building for a riverside eco-lodge in Costa Rica, witnessed an olive ridley turtle nesting in Mexico, sledded down a volcano in Nicaragua, and crossed the Panama Canal onboard a catamaran. They did this by becoming volunteer line handlers — in which you secure mooring lines on a boat; the Panamanian government requires four line handlers on a boat when crossing the canal. “Someone we had met earlier in the trip gave us the idea. It was an adventure, we spent the night on a catamaran that had come all the way from Portugal,” Paul says.

I need an adventure. Stuck in a rut and about to be permanently stuck. Need a holiday, suggestions?

I just found out I'm pregnant, I already have a two year old, and my hubby and I are saving for a house. Then we'll have a mortgage, two kids under three and we can kiss the chance to travel goodbye! So I have six months before I cant travel anymore.


Am in the very same boat as you funnily enough! Try this site, its really handy http://www.travelwithyourkids.com/destin ations. They have loads of practical advice.

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