This beautiful tropic paradise has something for everyone, including beautiful beaches, abundant wildlife and amazing Mayan ruins. It is also the only country in Latin America with English as its official language.
Its beautiful coastline and charming people have made Costa Rica a retirement hotspot for wealthy Americans. Let’s explore this beautiful Central American gem.
Costa Rica Retirement
Are you tired of long commutes, cubicles and time-clocks? Do you want to retire but fear that you cannot afford it? Living in Latin America can be very feasible on less money than it requires to live in the States. Costa Rica is viable choice with its excellent healthcare and climate.
Costa Rica's Mangrove Forest on Isla Damas
One of Costa Rica’s most important mangrove forests is on Isla Damas that lies just off Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast near the town of Quepos. I had the opportunity to explore the mangrove swamp on Isla Damas currently one of the most important remaining mangroves in Costa Rica.
With its beautiful beaches and turbulent history, Honduras is one interesting place! Find out more about this fascinating Central American country.
Hotel Cozumel and Resort in Mexico
An unspoken grace that strikes one speechless and embraces you in understated beauty. Cozumel is far removed from the everyday hustle of modern times, life moves along at a peaceful pace and invites one to truly relax and enjoy the spectacle that is what life on a Caribbean island should be.
Loja – Ecuador’s Cultural Capital
Loja, considered the seat of Ecuadorian music and culture, has picture-perfect colonial architecture, tidy paved streets, and pedestrian walkways winding along its two rivers that meet at the gates of the city. A visit to Ecuador is not complete without seeing Loja.
The largest country in Central America, Nicaragua has a rich past. Explore this country with me as we discover Nicaragua.
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