Blogs from expats in Central America
Would you like to work, live, move to Central America? Or just to find out how is life in Central America? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Central America!
30 countries in Central America
Hi! My name is Elizabeth Wright and welcome to The Wright Table, here in Corozal, Belize. One might think that living in developing country would mean limited home cooking options to experiment with different cuisines. And while it is true that some ingredients can be hard to come by, it's more than possible to adjust and adapt any number of recipes to produce some pretty awesome dishes. Join in the fun and witness the challenges and opportunities of cooking in this paradise my husband David and I call home. Want to read about our adventures of moving and living here in Corozal? Pop on over to our sister blog, The Wright Time in Belize (http://thewrightime.blogspot.com/).
This blog is a personal writing project about distilling life lessons through travel writing and ex-pat living in Boquete, Panama. We are a cast of characters that includes a pair of retirees, a musician and a family with a young child. Plus two cats and a dog.
My wife and I, live for travel. We love to plan and organize trips months ahead. While on a trip, we start planning the next one. We believe that life is a precious gift, time given to us is limited and the world is full of wonders. To waste time on stereotypes, fears and general opinion is a blasphemy. We saw in disbelief individuals that are afraid to step out from the confines of the hotel or outright refusal to try a new, exotic fruit. While I do not wish to judge anyone on their particular eating habits or spending their precious time off work, we operate slightly opposite! Our trips are filled with outrageous accidents, accidental wonders and amazing wildlife encounters.
Managua Nicaragua is a beautiful town You buy a hacienda for a few pesos down You give it to the lady you are trying to win But, her papa doesn't let you come in. -Freddy Martin, Managua Nicaragua, 1946