Rent in Antigua, Guatemala From $300 a Month

Rent in Antigua, Guatemala From $300 a Month

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June 20, 2017

The colonial city of Antigua in the Central highlands of Guatemala has a thriving expat community. It’s no surprise that foreigners choose to live here full- or part-time. They enjoy the history-steeped cobbled streets and a vibrant culture. Visitors often extend their stay, swapping family home stays or hotel accommodation for short or long-term rentals in Antigua.

Living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

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April 19, 2017

Playa del Carmen lies about midway between the all-inclusive resort hub of Cancún and the up-and-coming, low-key, and still somewhat bohemian destination of Tulúm. It’s a happy medium between those two extremes and a favorite for those seeking to live an active retirement in an atmosphere that is sophisticated, yet laidback at the same time.

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.

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

A New Start in an Unusual Home in Nicaragua

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January 13, 2017

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...

The REAL Cost of a Good Life in Ecuador

The REAL Cost of a Good Life in Ecuador

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January 7, 2017

For three days now, I've been telling you that in Ecuador, you can have it all...but at what price? What must you give up to make a good life here? International Living is, at times, accused of seeing the world through rose-colored glasses...of overlooking the bad and omitting the blemishes. If you've been here in Quito the past few days, I doubt you'd agree with that.