Nicaragua's artisans are known for their leather items, such as wallets and purses. You can get a lizard skin wallet, completely handmade for maybe $10 or less. Nicaraguan hammocks are also excellently made. They ... Read more
The best places for you to live in Panama depend on what you like. I met a couple about 2 weeks ago who said they would rather live here in David because it is warm. They are from Florida so they prefer to live he... Read more
To become a permanent resident of Belize, the entry requirements have to be met, which is you enter with permission under a visitor’s visa for 30 days thereafter. Every month you must get permission upon payment... Read more
Absolutely, as a foreigner you can buy real estate in Panama. The same laws apply to foreigners and residents as well. There is no difference between foreigners and residents when buying real estate.
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The food in Nicaragua is delicious! The meat here in Nicaragua is very special. Churrasco is the best meat that we have and the meat is very good. If people like meat, Nicaragua is the best place for all types of ... Read more
You don’t need a four-wheel drive in Ambergris Caye. Typically, you don’t see cars on Ambergris Caye; you see golf carts. Most of the golf carts that you will see here on Ambergris Caye are the same go... Read more
Traveling around Belize can be a bit of a challenge but it can be done. If you choose to go by bus you will be restricted to the bus routes and schedules which don't really travel off the main roads. F... Read more
Panama just elected a president and the buzz all around is that people are waiting to see what he can do. In the western Azuero, where we live, there are lots of things that we need to have done, and the President... Read more
Taxis are one of the mainstays of getting around on Ambergris Caye. It costs US $5 to get you from San Pedro (the main town on Ambergris Caye) to 5 minutes in either direction, or about a mile in either direction... Read more
The best things about living and retiring in the San Francisco area of Panama City, Panama are the proximity to shopping and you are right in the heart of the city so you are very close to all kinds of entertainme... Read more
Gays and lesbians are accepted, but in Nicaragua there are not a lot of open places where you would see members of the LGBT. In the big cities, I know there are places that cater to the LGBT, but in general, if you ar... Read more
Since the construction of the Panamá Canal completed in 1914 to the present time, Panamanians have welcomed all kinds of people, from the West Indies, Europe, China, Africa, and all over the world.
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