Captain’s Blog – April, 18 2016
This website is dedicated (in part) to the events of my life, and since I live in Central America, it has a natural focus on events here. I am however open to presenting, and/or discussing (almost) anything, and I clearly want your input, and experiences from Central, or North America. The electronic ink is not even dry on my new website, and I am aware that world events are rapidly unfolding–specifically, the events that concern worldwide finance. I am hearing from several sources that many Costa Ricans currently living in the USA are coming “home” to live again in their native country. In addition, over the years I have been witness to the increasing numbers of North Americans (USA and Canada) that are making a permanent move to Costa Rica, Panama, or Nicaragua. I am told that records kept by the US. Department of State demonstrate this migration is also taking place to other parts of the world as well.
I have not lived in the USA since 1991, but I have visited often–actually, almost every year since I moved to Central America. However, many people tell me that life in the USA has changed since I left and not necessarily for the better. From time to time, I get a chance to see the international news, so I am aware of some of what is happening. I am sorry to see the negative changes, because no matter where my body may be, I am still an American.
If life in the USA or Canada has changed for you, then please share your experience with me, and the people who come here. My first newsletter, which is planned for May 1st, gives a fairly in-depth look at what it is like to live in Costa Rica. That will be followed with similar offerings about Panama, and Nicaragua. Be sure to go to the contact page and sign up for these informative offerings.
I am also curious to know if you are considering a permanent relocation to another country. In the mean time, be well and be happy.
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