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January 16, 2021 – Living the expatriate life in retirement can be great… or not so wonderful. So much depends on where you retire to, your preparation, and what you bring to the party. Almost 10 years ago we published an interview with Steven Anderson, who wrote a book about his bad experiences in retiring to Mexico: “Mexican Retirement Gone Bad: Can’t Wait to Get Back to the USA“. The article sparked over 160 Member Comments, and those actively continue to this day.
A minority of commentators agreed with Stephen’s negative experiences, while a significant majority talked about their wonderful Mexican and other expatriate retirements. The Comments make for interesting and informative reading, and even though some of them are a few years old, they should be required for anyone contemplating an expat retirement. Here in this article we take a sampling of both sides of the argument, but since more people responded with positive stories of their expat retirements we have included more of those. We hope you will agree that these Comments from actual people who have lived in Mexico are very useful.
On the positive side of a Mexican retirement(more...)
What it's Like to Retire in Carmel-IN
Carmel is a small and rapidly growing city of about 50,000 in central Indiana. It is an affluent suburb of Indianapolis with a well deserved reputation as a town that celebrates the arts as well as biking and fitness. The Carmel Art & Design District (photos above courtesy of Wikipedia and Tysto) attracts retirees as well as other aged people to Carmel... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Winder
Winder, Georgia, is a small town and the county seat of Barrow County. The town has a population of approximately 14,000 and is home to Fort Yargo State Park, historic sites, parks and a golf course. Photo of Barrow County Courthouse courtesy of Wikipedia and Ashley.farrow, Licensed under CC BY-SA 3... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Winder
Winder, Georgia, is a small town and the county seat of Barrow County. The town has a population of approximately 14,000 and is home to Fort Yargo State Park, historic sites, parks and a golf course. Picture of Barrow County Courthouse courtesy of Wikipedia and Ashley.Farrows... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Rochester
Rochester, Minnesota, is located in the southeastern part of the state on the Zumbro River, and is the county seat of Olmsted County. The town has a population of 111,402 (2014 census), and started out as a stagecoach stop between Saint Paul, Minnesota, and Dubuque, Iowa, during the 1860's. Rochester is known today as home of the world renowned Mayo Clinic, one of the largest and most respected medical facilities in the world, which brings millions of visitors to the city each year... more >>
What it's Like to Retire in Newport
Located on the Oregon coast between Portland and Eugene on the north side of the Yaquina Bay, is the waterfront town of Newport, with a population of about 10,000 year-round residents. Newport is the county seat of Lincoln county and is home to beaches, lighthouses, and its iconic landmark, the Yaquina Bay Bridge. It is considered “The Dungeness Crab Capital of the World”, as commercial crabbers and Oregon's largest fishing fleet have been harvesting them in record numbers... more >>
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