Skip Winter and Live Part Time in the Caribbean for $1,000 a Month

Skip Winter and Live Part Time in the Caribbean for $1,000 a Month

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March 22, 2017

For six months of the year, Owen Hughes spends his days wandering down to palm-tree-lined Sosua Beach, one of the most beautiful in the Dominican Republic. Sitting at a table in the shade of the palm trees, or enjoying the occasional swim or snorkel in the warm, turquoise water is a nice contrast to the cold winters back in Ontario.

Better Health and Adventure in Costa Rica for Less Than $2,000 a Month

Better Health and Adventure in Costa Rica for Less Than $2,000 a Month

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March 20, 2017

"It was the best move of my life," says Michael Harris of his new life in Costa Rica. "I feel like I'm living in technicolor now." Back in the States, Michael worked as a director for an IT company but was laid off in a corporate take-over.

“Comparing Our U.S. Living Costs to Our Nicaragua Costs is Comical”

“Comparing Our U.S. Living Costs to Our Nicaragua Costs is Comical”

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March 17, 2017

Nicaragua opened up a whole new world for Paul, Marisa, their two kids Owen, 11, and Abigail, 8, and their three dogs…not least in slashing their cost of living. “Comparing our expenses in the U.S. with Nicaragua is pretty comical,” says Marisa.

Culture, Coffee, and Natural Riches in Costa Rica’s Central Valley

Culture, Coffee, and Natural Riches in Costa Rica’s Central Valley

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March 16, 2017

Costa Rica is indeed a “rich coast.” That’s what Christopher Columbus called it—Costa Rica—when he discovered this paradise. And every travel show on TV focuses on the beach life as tourists swarm the shores for vacations filled with swimming, sunning, and surfing.