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
Fed up at 41 - Greg Seymour and his wife left successful careers, sold everything except 9 suitcases worth of stuff, and retired to Costa Rica. Greg blogs about his experiences with early retirement and his new home of Grecia, Costa Rica.
Life as an expat, adventures of traveling to Costa Rica since 1989, living full time since 2012. In addition, adventures from my colorful life as an international flight attendant in the 70s, real estate agent, and single parent of two super-star kids.
Hello, (Hola,) My name is Hugh, I am 63 years old and have spent a great part of my life traveling the world. I spent 14 years in the United States Army which gave me the opportunity to visit and live in many countries. I have worked most of my life in logistics and fleet management. I retired in October of 2011. My wife, Liz, is from El Salvador. I met her and fell in love with her when she came to work for the company that I worked for in September of 2000, and we were married in November of 2004. I came for my first visit to El Salvador in March of 2004 and fell in love with the country right away. Liz and I would visit the country 2-3 times a year and I would always feel peaceful, calm and revitalized from the visit. I love what the country has to offer, the wonderful people, the beaches, the mountains, the beautiful sites and the history to name a few. I retired in October,2011 and we relocated here in El Salvador in November,2011 to start our new life. I think that this is a beautiful country and a wonderful people with a lot of potential and opportunity that is overlooked by many people. I plan for this Blog to deal with life, sites, issues and opportunity in El Salvador as I see them. I hope you will join me on my journey through my life in El Salvador.
Retired teachers/writers settle on a hilltop above the town of Grecia and look forward to learning Spanish, meeting Ticos and Gringos and seeing where the muse takes them.