Living with nature in Costa Rica isn’t all cuddly sloths and hummingbirds. You have to prepare for some more unwelcome houseguests too, even in the… Read More »Nature In Costa Rica From Escazu’s Urban Jungle
Little talked about is the matter of living under a state of siege. I remember reading Les Misérables, with its heroic acts and well-defined characters… Read More »Daily Life In Nicaragua Under A State Of Siege
When Lee Elliott and his family moved to Panama, their first stop was El Dorado, Panama City. This suburban, middle-class enclave has hidden charms… The… Read More »El Dorado, Panama City: Central America’s Middle-Class Suburbia
My wife and I have been supporters of Plan International since 1994 when we sponsored a young boy in Guatemala. Plan International requires local families… Read More »How We Sponsor A Family In Honduras With Plan International
I’m 59 and I’m sitting in Belize and I’m not sure why. Sometimes I’m sure. Sometimes I’m not. My husband and I moved here in… Read More »Soul Searching: Should I Stay In Belize?
Expat writer and educator Lee Elliott talks about Panama education and the various options available for educating your children in Panama. This article contains a… Read More »How To Educate Your Children As An Expat In Panama
Looking for expat schools in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua? Jenna Reid looks at the options when it comes to educating your children in this… Read More »How To Educate Your Kids In San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua