Nicaragua

Coffee, Cigars, and Simple Living In Nicaragua’s Mountains

Nicaraguan Mountains. Sunsest over a mountain town as panoramic shows scattered houses and mountain ranges in the distance

Being in Medellín for a few days recently got me thinking about the mountain towns in Nicaragua. Greater Medellín is a city of 4.5 million people, stretching 12 miles up and down the Aburrá Valley. The two most popular mountain cities of Nicaragua in my mind, by contrast, have a population of 270,000 people. Combined. …

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If You Think Owning An Island Is Impossible…Think Again

Colorful two story hose on an island in Las Isletas, Nicaragua

Own Your Own Private Island Starting At $60K The idea of buying any property abroad is exciting. But there’s nothing more exotic, romantic, and exciting than the idea of living on your own private island. In a way, you’ll feel like a pioneer no matter where you purchase abroad. But on an island—especially a private …

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Granada, Nicaragua: Our Favorite City In All Of Central America

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Granada, Nicaragua, is my favorite city in all of Central America. This is saying a lot, given the number of popular retirement spots I’ve visited over the past 15 years… especially in Panama and Costa Rica. Granada offers a number of strong selling points: Granada is aesthetically beautiful… a picture postcard of what colonial Spanish …

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Spanish Colonial Homes In Granada, Nicaragua

Granada, Nicaragua

Plus: Finding Properties On The Non-Gringo Beaches Of Nicaragua Granada, Nicaragua The properties in this report trade in U.S. dollars Over the past 15 years of scouting and evaluating overseas properties, I’ve learned to look for each location’s “specialty.” That is, the one thing it does better than anywhere else… the thing that sets it …

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