Penonomé is not the type of city that will be found high on the list for expats’ relocation. It does not have a beach, a famous historical site, or any major natural attraction. So how did this sleepy little town become my tropical paradise?
Retiring and moving to Panama was supposed to be my time to relax and write. And it was. My plan was to spend a year checking out the country and writing. In my first few months here, I wrote my first two novels. Panama was everything I wanted from a new home. The climate was Read more...: Copywriting Supports My $1,500-a-Month Lifestyle in Panama
Early retirement gave me the opportunity to fulfill a childhood dream: to move to the tropics as a full-time writer. Doing this alone was a bit of a gamble, but it paid off like a winning lottery ticket.