With approximately 850 species of birds and being an important corridor for bird migration between from North and South America, Costa Rica has always been a popular spot for tourists who are interested in bird watching (avituismo in Spanish). During the last five years, this activity has also grown locally with over 3,000 Costa Ricans … Continue reading Birdwatching and Expat Retirees
Judging from the surprising results of the presidential election in the United States, many Americans are unhappy. In fact, some are so upset that they want to move abroad. Let’s look at the choices for those who wish to relocate. After the election, the Canadian government’s website was deluged with requests for information about how … Continue reading Costa Rica or Canada for Disgruntled Americans?
Today, November 8, 2016, I read two articles about Costa Rica that attest to fact that the country is one of the best places in the world to live. The first article is titled “The 5 current trendiest destinations in the world.” Iceland is mentioned because of its exotic landscapes and the quaint small-town city … Continue reading Two great articles which extoll Costa Rica for retirees, trend setters and political malcontents from the U.S.
Anyone who is going to live in Costa Rica should apply for residency. A lot of expats who live here never try to get residency and end up being perpetual tourists. They have to leave the country every 90 days to stay legal which can be a real pain in the neck, stressful and an … Continue reading The best way retirees and others can get their residency