We moved here to Panama from Texas when my son was in 9th grade. What people do not realize is that many states (I think 24 of them) offer the state curriculum overseas. So when my son, Trent, was in school with l... Read more
One of the incredible things about Puerto Vallarta is that when you want to decorate your house, we’ve got a number of very good interior designers. You can grab your architectural digest and you can say, &l... Read more
The residents of Cayo are mixed. There are Chinese, Mestizos, Rasta, Blacks, expats, Europeans, British, Mennonites, and a lot more. That’s a lot of different types of people in an area with a population of ... Read more
The level of corruption in Mexico is a common question.
I’m not going to say that all policemen in Mexico are really dirty but the general rule unfortunately in this country is t... Read more
The number one best reason to move to Nicaragua is safety. It’s the safest country in Central America and one of the safest countries in all of the Americas. The overall crime rate here is low. I feel ... Read more
Panama has a cable company called Cable Onda, which has several North American channels. On the basic package you should at least have HBO and some American channels. As soon as you take the next package up, you w... Read more
The best thing you can do in San Miguel de Allende is to go to the El Jardin (the town square). Free public, cultural events are offered there continuously. The main kiosk turns into a danzón and salsa danc... Read more
If you’re American or Canadian, you have free entry on a tourist visa for six months, but you need to request that at the airport or if you drive across. It is automatically granted to everyone.
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As a real estate agent and member of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), of course I do not want to say anything detrimental to property values anywhere in the country. However, as a fello... Read more
As differentiated from other tourist spots in Mexico, San Miguel de Allende’s main attraction emanates from the center of town.
San Miguel de Allende is essentially around 20 blo... Read more
Expats are treated very well in Cayo with no racial tension anywhere in Belize. In the States if a big black man came up to me I might be afraid but here I don't even notice they are black. All I see is that... Read more
People do bring their furniture and lots of other household items to Panama and I’m not saying not to do it. However, part of what people enjoy about moving here is not having as much stuff. We collect stuff... Read more