posted on January 17, 2013
Offshore investment or retirement property? Belize real estate fits the bill as one of your best options either way. It also has one of the biggest expat communities in the Caribbean, so there is plenty of support when you need it.
The World’s Top 10 Retirement Havens For 2013, Part 1
by Kathleen Petticord
Cheapest, safest, friendliest…best weather, best infrastructure, best health...
posted on June 29, 2012
Ever traveled and realized that the locals were dying to sell you any and everything (at slightly or very inflated prices) because somehow, even though you’d taken pains to try and blend in, you obviously just screamed, “Tourist!”? While this might not present much of a problem when buying t-shirts, knick knacks, and snow globes for friends and family back home, many would agree that the issue becomes, at the...
posted on January 31, 2012
Those people who are not taking Belize seriously should maybe think twice. While Belize may not currently be the first country mentioned when thinking about overseas retirement or property investment, one thing is certain – it is more commonly mentioned now than before, and has begun joining the ranks of well-known retirement and vacation havens such as Panama and Costa Rica. Do you want to be one of those...
posted on June 14, 2011
If you’re a Baby Boomer, chances are you’re dreaming of someplace South to spend the upcoming winter. Many older Boomers have already settled into Florida and Arizona, but the cost of living in the USA is not that cheap. So where else can you go and get more for your money? If this question has been on your mind, I have some food for thought to share with you!
There are several places where you can...
posted on March 24, 2011
What a lovely time I had in Ecuador! Rated the #1 place to retire by International Living, Ecuador is a great place to live if you want to lower your cost of living and have still a very decent lifestyle. So where did I go and what did I see?
Cuenca and West Cuenca in the Mountains
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The colonial city of Cuenca has a population of 400K people, and the nearby community of West...
posted on March 1, 2011
I’ll always think of Cuenca as the city where women wear pants and dogs wear skirts.
A friend says the ratio of women to men in Cuenca is 2:1, and everywhere you look you’ll see female shopkeepers, waitresses, salespeople, business owners, police officers, etc.Don’t be surprised, in fact, to be stopped in city traffic as a pigtailed indigeña brandishing a switch crosses the road in front of you, leading four...