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Fabulous Coffee And 22 Beaches

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I got to retire 11 years early by moving to Nicaragua. I can live on about $1,000 (or less) a month…and I’m not scrimping. In fact, I can enjoy more here than I could in the U.S. when I had a great salary. I eat out when I want…travel around the country…visit the U.S. once a…

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6 THINGS NOT TO SAY TO AN EXPAT

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As part of our Expat Experience questionnaire, we asked people to share what one thing they were tired of hearing from people, either in their old country or new one– and share they did. Here’s a list of recurring themes in words directly from the mouths of expats. If you have an expat friend or family…

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Nicaragua’s Bizarre Plan to Bury the Panama Canal

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The country's Sandinista government has cut a deal with a reclusive Chinese businessman willing to spend $50 billion in a larger-than-life transport waterway. There are a few unanswered questions, starting with whether Nicaraguans really want it and how much priceless habitat would be wrecked. Traveling the proposed route by motorcycle, boat, and boots, the author…

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16 Reasons to Bring Your Toddler to Nicaragua

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Bringing your toddler to Nicaragua

We travel a lot with our daughter. Even though she’s only three years old, she’s already been to eight countries on three continents and we’re always on the lookout for our next family friendly destination. Traveling with a three year old can be a challenge, which is why choosing the right destination is so critically…

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