Monthly Archives: September 2011
Dominican Republic – another affordable country for sun-loving boomers and prospect expat retires. This is great news!! Our Dominican Republic collaborator has new locations and opportunities on our radar screen.
Welcome to invest in the Dominican Republic
Imagine a place in the Caribbean surrounded by a contrast between the mountains, the sea, and a beautiful marina bringing to life the perfect harmony between natural beauty and human creativity. A place where summer lasts all year long and every day begins with a new experience; exploring incredible destinations, enjoying a safe and familiar environment.
Well, stop imagining, keep up the speed with us and soon we will publish great properties opportunities.
FUTURE PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT
Offering the highest standard in commodity and luxury whether it’s in its exclusive hotels or in any of its many residences; apartments, villas and townhouses, you will find in Samaná Bay and Sabana de la Mar your dream come true, The Samaná Peninsula is known to have one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
The Dominican Republic has a modern airport system in the main regions of the country, providing comfortable and efficient access. Given its privileged location in the bay, sailing from Puerto Rico, Bahamas and Florida is ideal for those who rather arrive by water.
You will find both locations in the following map.
Ecuador’s varied landscapes, biodiversity, culture, and natural beauty combine to make it a world-class destination for everything from bird-watching to sport fishing, from scuba diving to white-water rafting.
Here I will present a great sport adventure that we must all try, Tandem Paragliding by the Pacific Ocean, right on the Ruta del Sol ( Route of the Sun, along the coast).
- San Pedro, Libertador Bolivar (Santa Elena)
- Guayaquil an area near Puerto Azul
- La Troncal, Cañar
Experience an adrenaline driven sport, anybody that wants a complete new travel experience do not miss on this… I have done sports activities in previous occasions with one of them with full satisfaction; you could count on their expertise and professionalism….
Feel free to contact them directly, here is their website, I am sure they will be able to communicate in English.
I am so excited, this is the next place I will visit, I found this place by luck here in Ecuador while browsing my facebook page, here I will share some resourceful information. You could check the link to see their web page in english.
I will post later on how was my triop and the place, also if it is a great experience as they say..
NOTE: Free information to those who want to research about Ecuador
Finca Rio Monte – an ecological adventure..
Visit with Lodging – Riomonte Country House, offers tourists an incredible deal by providing comfortable cabins at a rate of USD 16.00 a night, per person, including breakfast. Children from ages 6 years and under only pay for their consumption. In the large and small parlor lodging is USD 13.00 which includes breakfast, camping area camping USD 7,00.
Visit without Lodging – At Riomonte Country House we also take into consideration tourists that wish to visit us without lodging, those that do not stay overnight, but want to enjoy lunch or dinner paying only for their consumption and other paid activities.
Guided Excursions – The Riomonte Country House also offers guided excursions to the slopes, waterfalls and rivers, and to the humid virgin forest, already included in the price of lodging. Tourists who do not stay overnight will be charged for their consumption and activities.
• Welcome cocktail
• Lodging in cabins
• High and low viewpoints
• Board games
• Big screen movies
• Soccer field and volleyball court
• Guided tours
• Transportation Quito
• Country House – Quito
• Sports trout fishing
• Horseback riding
• Bicycle riding
** Special pricing for groups**
Now heading towards its 4th year, it is the leading event in Ecuador dedicated to educating investors and traders of all levels.
When you make the decision to buy a home to live in, or for an investment, it is critical that you immerse yourself with information and insights from trusted, experienced experts – and this is on-tap at the show.
With a major exhibition and over 70 high-powered seminars across three information-packed days, visitors will leave each show with a greater understanding of what’s required to make smarter (and more profitable) decisions when researching, finding and buying their next property in Ecuador.
As an independent exhibition participant our objective is to provide visitors with the opportunity to gain direct access to the most impartial, highly qualified and successful experts from Ecuador and around the world.
So if you only attend one property education event this year – make it EXPO-HABITAT 2011 in Guayaquil, Ecuador, one of the most leading events.
Local projects, properties and contractors… all in one place for you to search your best real local price property of your dream.
I trust the following website will provide you with an inside view of the show, I could help you out with all the information you need since everything will be outline in Spanish.
Start building a network of professionals and friends overseas as the stepping stones to a great life overseas…
I don’t need to remind you of the problems we are facing today, in North America and elsewhere. You may already be watching your nest egg shrink…and, like many, may already be taking a hit on your day-to-day quality of life.
So, we get excited around the idea of a brand-new start in a brand-new place where you can enjoy all the things you might be missing out on right now.
Then, reality sets in.
You will have to sort through an overwhelming number of possibilities out there, making all of us tipsy when thinking about crossing the fence to a complete new setting in life.
First, let´s check some basic ideas to help you see if living or retiring overseas works for you.
People who chose to retire overseas weren’t prepared to settle for an average retirement. They were looking for a better quality life under a lower income.
The word “retirement” has nothing to do with checking out or taking it easy, unless you want it to and could afford to. Maybe this is your case, here you will find great places were you could improve your golf swing or join a bridge club…or you could spend your days lazing in a hammock beneath a palm tree. And no one would think any less of you.
For the rest of us who are not ready to take up a position on the sidelines of life, there are plenty of options to show you here in Ecuador, South America. And, I am pretty sure they could be applied in other Latin American countries.
The world is alive with opportunities for fun and for profit, no matter what your age. That’s because it is easier today than ever before to live, travel, invest, and retire as best suits your personal agenda.
Now, if all this ideas are for you, then you should start working on a plan to make your dream come true. My first suggestion will be to start building an online network of people (professionals and friends) that will help you along the journey.
I know sometimes it is difficult to garner the right information. They usually tell you that you are not going to find reliable answers to your life-overseas questions by simply surfing the web…or reading all the books you can find on the subject.
I believe that if we pull together to provide the right information online from honest professionals at each local place, we will be able to overcome this sort of limitation.
Apply your common sense and ask every question that you can possibly conceive. On this blog, we should be able to provide an open source of information for your plans to live overseas, and not to depend only on paid sources from people who have experience traveling or living overseas and making a profit out of it.
If you like to share o become friends to help others online, please write something about your experiences when going overseas. Here you have few topics to start springing ideas in you:
How much money do I need to set aside for going overseas? Should I sell my house? Will I rent a property overseas or should I buy?
Things like local health care, Immigration laws, ways to make an extra income, local customs and the way they deal with foreigners, how to buy property, especially in developing markets, any main issues faced by all would-be overseas retirees…
Good luck and welcome to the Global Community!