Nestled along a secondary highway between Boquete and David in the province of Chiriquí lies a little-known gem called Potrerillos, meaning "Little Pastures."
In many ways, Pedasí, Panama reminds me of small-town America 50 years ago. It's a friendly village of 2,000 people, downtown is picturesque with a quaint church and colorfully painted town square, and large cattle ranches and corn and hay fields on rolling countryside surround it.
Tucked away and hidden off the Pan-American Highway in David, several country roads lead to new housing developments. These smaller developments are quiet, have great views, and a laidback atmosphere.
If you've always fancied a retirement home on the beach, with the relaxed and happy lifestyle that goes with it...then it's time to take a look at Nicaragua. With the past financial crises and an uncertain future, the U.S. is looking less and less like a viable retirement opportunity.
After 10 years of living in Nicaragua, Darrell and Amy Bushnell still feel it was a great choice for their retirement. The people are friendly and accepting, the cost of living is low, and a welcoming expat community provides a busy social life.
A lot of people are falling in love with the breathtaking mountain scenery (even from the city center), easy-to-reach amenities, and the year-round late spring microclimate in Pereira, Colombia.
If you've ever looked for beachfront property in the U.S., you've probably noticed that you pay a high premium for being "on the sand," and in most cases just being near the sand.
As you embark on your next adventure...whether you're moving to or investing in a new country...remember that solid legal advice will be fundamental to your success. And I'll tell you right off the bat one of the biggest pitfalls to avoid.
We stepped out of the car and into the warm Brazilian sunshine. It was a typical December day in Northeast Brazil: blue skies, comfortable temperatures, and only a smattering of clouds in the sky.
Most people hear "Colombia" and think cocaine kingpins and drug cartels. But that reputation is seriously out of date. Colombia is fast being discovered as the hottest new destination in Latin America.