How to Enjoy Your Retirement On the Road

How to Enjoy Your Retirement On the Road

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May 15, 2013

At ages 67 and 72, we became senior nomads. We had taken stock of our lives and realized that we were happier on the road than anywhere else—and that becoming home-free would give us the flexibility we needed to experience life in other cultures. Since then, we’ve lived in nine countries, and we have no plans to stop until the wheels fall off!

“We Have Luxuries in Nicaragua We Could Never Afford Back Home”

“We Have Luxuries in Nicaragua We Could Never Afford Back Home”

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May 1, 2013

When Roberto, 63, and his wife Réjane Rojas retired in 2002, they were looking for a retirement destination with warm weather, a low cost of living that would allow them to live well on their savings and pension, and easy access to both North and South America. "We visited most of the Central American countries before we decided on Nicaragua."

We Sold Our House to Roam the World

We Sold Our House to Roam the World

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April 27, 2013

My husband Tim and I are living proof that older people can learn plenty of new tricks. And our errors have been almost as much fun as our home runs. In 2011, we sold our comfortable California house, dumped the furniture, put our small treasures, art, and clothes in storage, and kissed our four daughters and seven grandchildren goodbye. At ages 67 and 72, respectively, we became senior nomads.

“The Lower Cost of a Retirement in Panama Drew Us Here”

“The Lower Cost of a Retirement in Panama Drew Us Here”

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April 16, 2013

When John and Robyn Cole married in 1990 their 12-year age difference wasn't a big deal. But as they started to age together, the difference became more apparent… and they started to think about the future. "I began to see what life would look like if I worked until age 65," says Robyn. "John would be 77."

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

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April 13, 2013

Lee's biggest business is advising people how to build eco-friendly homes out of shipping containers, throwing in alternative-energy systems, like solar panels, if they’re interested. He’s also the go-to guy in San Juan when expats and business owners have computer trouble. And he helps fellow expats transition to life in Nicaragua...