Hello, Myself and my husband Bill are strongly considering making the move overseas but are also very unsure so we are writing out the pros and cons. Can your experts please tell me what they think are their top five reasons for moving overseas? We are open to all destinations. I really appreciate any advice. Read more...: “What are your experts top five reasons to move overseas?”
Take a walk down to the main plaza of San Miguel de Allende any evening and you can hear the classic sounds of mariachi music. Troupes stroll through the Jardin (as the main square and...
Suzan Haskins – IL Editor There are single women living in Ecuador on that amount. I’d suggest you look at the highlands area where you won’t need heat or air conditioning. (Electricity is expensive everywhere in Latin America so this will cut your expenses.) In Ecuador’s mountain towns, you should be able to rent a Read more...: Where could a single woman retire on $1300 a month?
My husband and I are thinking about retiring in Panama, but will not have anything other than social security income. Would we be able to live a decent lifestyle we are accustomed to in the US? Also, how do we go start the immigration process? Linda Card – Panama Correspondent Hi Lauren, From your questions Read more...: Can we live comfortably in Panama on our Social Security income?
I am interested in relocating to a different country. i have lived in United States my entire life, yet my heart has never really been here. Being an African american i love my African culture yet i’m also native american. What country would be best for an English speaking 50 something year old African American Read more...: What country would be best for an english speaking 50 something year old African American woman to live better in?
When ever I see TV shows or ads for retirement communities in Costa Rica, they are always on the Pacific coast. I prefer the Carribean side for sailing access to various islands. Is the east coast of these countries not developed for retirement?
I have a very general question for you as I consider my move overseas. I want to begin my next adventure overseas but will miss some aspects of life in the Unites States such as around holidays time. My question is how do expats celebrate Thanksgiving Overseas?
I have yet to decide where to move to yet so I am open to anywhere that you might recommend. My problem is my husband is still very reluctant to the idea and I am trying to show him the positives/pro’s of moving overseas for our retirement years.
I'd never traveled with a celebrity before. When we arrived at the airport in Costa Rica, it was a madhouse. People kept coming up to take pictures with my companion. Customs officials rushed us through the line after a cursory check of our documents. Baggage handlers competed to grab our luggage.
A popular question we receive from readers is, “What are the pros and cons of living on an island?” Since 2008 I have lived full-time on the island of Ambergris Caye, so I’m in a strong position to address this question. Here are a few pros and cons of living on one of Belize’s most Read more...: The Pros and Cons of Living on a Caribbean Island in Belize