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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
A humorous (I hope) look at the expat experience in Latin America that asks the big questions in life. Why am I always early? Is it possible to eat too many beans? Why exactly are you honking?
My name is Clif Haley and I%u2019m an expact from Texas living in Granada, Nicaragua. I moved here only a few months ago with my wife and 4-year-old son. Join me as I discover the adventures of living life in Granada, Nicaragua.
International Mel is your average everyday Midwestern girl. For the last 15 years I've lived in Southern California and worked in Corporate America full time. In 2001, I traveled to Africa and my life changed forever. I caught the travel bug. It has taken many years to work up the courage (and save enough money) to make the decision to travel full time, but I am on the verge of taking the next step in this adventure. This blog will record my transition from the safety and security of a steady paycheck to the wild world of a full-time traveler. I hope InternationalMel.com will provide travel inspiration and support for others with the bug, particularly solo female travelers, like me!
As a couple we have taken early retirement to live in Leon, Nicaragua. Join us as we strive to learn about our new country and as we try to live on a modest income.
Expat Adventures & Travel in Nicaragua
Created to help expats living in Nicaragua, especially Granada area and for those thinking of moving here. Covers every aspect of expat life in Nicaragua including diaries from the day we moved here. Diaries are in written format but recently added a blog.
We moved Nicaragua to create a business that gives back to the world. In a big way. We have calculated the risk in moving to Nicaragua and it is the best opportunity we have to start a business while being able to the live the life we want right now. They say an entrepreneur is a calculated risk taker and that’s exactly what we are. After months of analysis and crunching the numbers, we found that not only can we comfortably afford to live abroad but we can also dedicate 100% of our time there to our business due to the low cost of living and currency exchange. While evaluating our decision we realized that we could not live the life we wanted to while starting our own business right now, at age 25, here in America. So, we have taken our vision, along with our knowledge and experience from America and are using it all to create our own business and life in Nicaragua. We hope to inspire you as you follow us, to show you that it is possible to take the leap. But if nothing else we hope to just entertain you and give you a unique perspective into the life of two 25 year olds discovering the world while making a better life for those around them. We have no path to follow but our own. To learn through action and our own experiences of dedicating our lives to starting something much bigger than us. So, here we go, join us as we begin our new life out of the box.
A blog with information on living in, retiring or traveling to Leon, Nicaragua and the northern part of the country.
This blog explores the idea of doing business in Nicaragua or Central America as an expat. Small business possibilities abroad.
I am an expat with 8 years of experience in Nicaragua. My husband and I retired in Nicaragua on Ometepe Island.
A young expat couple, from the States, decides to get pregnant, give birth, and raise their daughter in Nicaragua.
I am a Canadian who has been an expat in Belgium, Netherlands, and Australia over the past 6 years. I have moved to Managua to volunteer for a Non Profit for the next few years. I will post details on day to day life, working, living and travelling throughout Nicaragua.
A local foreigner's guide to living on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. Packed with all the travel information a traveler could want, this is the survival guide for anyone interested in visiting the area. The blog is updated regularly with both travel information and articles on the quirkiness of living in such a strange land. Give it a quick look and see what you think!
This blog is centered around sharing my experiences in Nicaragua with other gringos like myself. Check it out and see regular articles on things such as culture, food, things to see or do, places to go, and how to make life work in Nicaragua.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.