Fulfilling Dreams and Indulging Passions in Colonial Nicaragua

Fulfilling Dreams and Indulging Passions in Colonial Nicaragua

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June 29, 2016

When my wife, Amy, and I decided to retire overseas in 2006, we were searching for a new lifestyle in a different culture, but in a country that wasn't radically different to our own. Since we opted for early retirement we also had to find somewhere that the cost of living was low enough that would allow us to continue living comfortably.

Surfing, Hammocks, and Feeling Free in a Nicaraguan Beach Town

Surfing, Hammocks, and Feeling Free in a Nicaraguan Beach Town

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June 26, 2016

"Our days are so different from how they were in the States," says Jennings Wright. "Everything is more relaxing here and work often just feels like fun." After many months of travel, searching for a new and exciting place to live, Jennings (51) and her husband Chuck (56) chose Nicaragua for its low cost-of-living, natural beauty, and welcoming people.

A Profitable Hotel Business in Colonial Nicaragua

A Profitable Hotel Business in Colonial Nicaragua

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June 23, 2016

When Terry Leary decided to settle down, she called up her sister and organized a trip to the colonial city Granada, Nicaragua—a trip that changed their lives forever. "I was drawn to Granada by the people, culture, and lifestyle," says Terry. "Granada is brightly colored, vibrant, and alive and there is still the promise of more to come to this lovely city."

Retirees Sail the Caribbean for 8 Years On a $1,000-Per-Month Budget

Retirees Sail the Caribbean for 8 Years On a $1,000-Per-Month Budget

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May 25, 2016

Gary and Julie discovered that learning how to sail, buying a sailboat, and cruising from island to island isn’t as difficult – or expensive - as they once believed. In fact, they wound up spending eight full years sailing the Caribbean on their own boat, without any major problems, and spent only $1,000 a month to do it.

One Perfect Beach…And a Whole New Life Overseas

One Perfect Beach…And a Whole New Life Overseas

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February 23, 2016

“You may have heard this before but it’s really true in my case,” says Nicky Simonyi. “I came down here on vacation and never left. That was 35 years ago.”The 55-year-old Canadian is sipping a cool drink, just a few steps from the warm, Caribbean surf. You could easily toss a seashell into the turquoise water from where she sits.