Why You’ll Never Want to Leave David, Panama

Why You’ll Never Want to Leave David, Panama

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March 31, 2017

I always wanted to live in the tropics, and since moving to the city of David all my expectations have been surpassed. Besides the great weather, shopping, and services, David is a thriving modern city. Even though David has a population of over 164,000, it feels like a smaller town. Everything I need is within 10 to 15 minutes of where I live.

Low-Cost and Personal: The Truth about Healthcare in Ecuador

Low-Cost and Personal: The Truth about Healthcare in Ecuador

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March 31, 2017

Each morning Tennessee natives Bobby and Becca Vines are greeted by views of two stunning volcanoes. Small-town life in Cotacachi, Ecuador, is never dull, and the couple spends their days viewing international films, enjoying live music, and visiting with the locals.

4 Reasons Why Tamarindo is Costa Rica’s Best Surf Town

4 Reasons Why Tamarindo is Costa Rica’s Best Surf Town

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March 29, 2017

Surfers from all over the globe flock to Costa Rica each year, and it’s debatable among natives whether surfing or futbol (soccer) would be considered the most popular sport. While there are plenty of great surf spots in the land of Pura Vida, Tamarindo stands out from the crowd.

Where to Find the Best Beaches in Belize

Where to Find the Best Beaches in Belize

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March 14, 2017

Belize is well-known for its famous Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. For decades adventurous scuba divers and anglers have vacationed in Belize, in pursuit of their favorite marine sports. But this tiny country also has some fine beaches. But they aren't always obvious to the first-time tourist. Fortunately, the majority of Belize's beaches are public and accessible. The 60-foot strip of beachfront adjoining the Caribbean Sea is usually public property.

Your Own Condo by Mexico’s Best Beaches for Just $550 a Month

Your Own Condo by Mexico’s Best Beaches for Just $550 a Month

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March 12, 2017

The best beaches in Mexico are just 70 minutes down the coast from Cancun. Some are still deserted, dotted only with coconut palm trees and curious iguanas. Seabirds duck and dive overhead. It's a place of utter beauty and tranquility—azure blue water and total silence except for the roar of the surf. But it's not just about white-sand beaches here.