As you rise in the morning to the sound of a tropical breeze blowing through the trees, grab a cup of
coffee, go to your balcony and listen
to the Holler monkeys in the distance
at play. Look out to the awe-inspiring
clouds above the rainforest. Take a
short walk to town and browse the
markets with an abundance of fresh
fruit, vegetables, fish and much more,
and pay only penny’s on the dollar.
Stop for a long massage for $5 to $10.
At home, someone has cleaned your
house, cut your grass and trimmed
your hedges for a mere $2 or less
an hour. In the afternoon, you can
flow gracefully from a good book to
a long siesta in the comfort of your
hammock. At night, you’ll watch
the fireworks of an active volcano.
Although it sounds too good to
be true, thousands of retirees are
enjoying that kind of life for much
less money than they could have ever
done in the United States. In Latin
America, you can choose to live in
the style you are accustomed to for a
lot less money, or you can choose to
live a more luxurious lifestyle for less
than you ever dreamed possible.
Or perhaps, the azure blue waters
of the Caribbean are your calling.
Throughout the Caribbean, you can
find luxury destinations, complete
with concierge services.
Whatever your desires, in
deciding to live abroad, there
are 10 questions you should
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