The Benefits of Retiring in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

The Benefits of Retiring in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

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June 27, 2017

If you enjoy fabulous sunsets, the sound of the surf lulling you to sleep, a great choice of international restaurants, a laidback lifestyle and no stress, put San Juan del Sur on your list of places for retirement. Few beach locations are as charming, quirky or as fun as this town on Nicaragua's Pacific coast.

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 Cuenca, Spain: An Affordable Medieval City Close to Madrid

Living in Cuenca, Spain: An Affordable Medieval City Close to Madrid

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June 8, 2017

Madrid, like most of Europe’s big capital cities, offers plenty of excitement and culture, but these thrills tend to come with a sizeable price tag. So why not head out of the big city? If you live in Cuenca, Spain (the provincial capital) you can enjoy affordable, convenient small-town living…yet you’re as little as 55 minutes from central Madrid and its big-city action.

Living in Atenas, Costa Rica

Living in Atenas, Costa Rica

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May 18, 2017

Turns out one of the best places to find small-town America… is in Costa Rica. I’m talking about Atenas, a village of 5,000 in the Central Valley region in the interior of the country. Expats that have made their home here—mostly retirees—say the warm and friendly locals and a very welcoming expat community remind them of where they grew up.

Five Places to Live in Belize; Two to Avoid

Five Places to Live in Belize; Two to Avoid

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May 10, 2017

The English-speaking country of Belize has a lot going for it. For a tiny country, it packs a big wallop when it comes to charm and scenery. For the would-be expat—especially if you're looking for real value—there are many areas deserving of your attention. Places where you can live the laidback, Caribbean lifestyle of your dreams.