I keep hearing many good things about that area. And in the meantime we were still planting new trees and flower gardens, as well as adding to our flock of chickens. People who live in Puerto Rico are real people with real lives. The Tren Urbano is extremely limited as to where it takes you so I find it pretty useless too. That situation is more of a problem for the sender if you are receiving mail. It is generally not pretentious and the things that really matter like friends, family, food, nature and life balance are more important than all the other fake stuff.
Puerto Rico, also known as ' La Isla del Encanto' The Island of Enchantment is a small and beautiful island, located next to the Dominican Republic and The Virgin Islands, forming part of an island chain in the Caribbean. Come next week we have decided to move to the other side of the island to Cabo rojo to a beach house and then from there, who knows. I agree to the and. Although the buying process was slow it all turned out well. Gated communities and tourist areas are the safest.
You would have to find a small place and there is no harm in trying! Propiedad de dos niveles, convenientemente localizada en la carretera principal 107 en Aguadilla a sólo minutos de centros comerciales, supermercados, restaurantes, hospitales, compañías, escuelas y del Aeropuerto de Aguadilla. Look up rincon and real estate for that general area, you should be able to find the links. Hope this help Hi Lori: I am also planning early retirement to Puerto Rico some time in the later part of 2016. We are very very happy in the decision you and your wife have made to move here. Your willingness to share your experience with others is so kind and good of you! Let see if my post is edited again. As for buying a car.
In some ways, you never retire but definitely not with a retirement income. I am also thinking of relocating to P. Only thing is we got ripped off at the port of San Juan, taxes by the dept of hacienda, 5,000 for a 2012 jeep,transport was separate 2,000, ouch. We appreciate any advice anybody can give. I am retired, with a fixed income and I plan on living in a senior 60+ community called Jardin del Atlantico. Does anyone have experience or input about good medical care on the island? Regards Kevin kelley Hello Lee, I saw your post and I wanted to comment because I lived in Rio Mar for 3 years.
I enjoy physical labor, and I have previous work experience. Enjoy yourselves nothing better than doing nothing! My thoughts have been with you each day. The official languages in Puerto Rico are Spanish and English, and although expats should get by without learning Spanish, it may make integration to life on the island easier and quicker. In April of 2017 we are going there in hopes of finding a place. Hard to say what will be in the trash that will be burn to produce electricity. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
I am planning my first trip for March 1 2016 to stay for at least 15-30 days. Considering holidays — Puerto Rico celebrates all the traditional United States holidays as well as nine Puerto Rican holidays — a fact that can make for unexpected closures at the bank or government offices if you are uninformed. The place I'm staying has some openings, it's a 1 bedroom fully furnished, nice swimming pool, close to stores, but I'm still finding my way around. Ditch the cold weather and consider living in the tropical area of Puerto Rico where the average high temperatures range in the 80s and the lows dip between 50-70 degrees. The air you breath is very clean and fresh due to the constant breeze from the ocean and it rains a great deal tropical climate. The resort has a tremendos potential.
. Looks like they are just trying to push it in without allowing por public review and without environmental review. How can they possibly think our families are less screwed up? I like the beach and bustle of San Juan. I guarantee you will love it. Expat Arrivals is looking for locals to contribute to this guide, and answer forum questions from others planning their move to Puerto Rico. Visit my personal blog at , read my poetry at , or find me on or on Twitter. Remember that you are on Island time, so anything you do such as turning on light, water etc.
Whether you or a loved one needs adult day care, memory care, or other senior living care services in Aguadilla, or nearby, you will find them here. One item to know: There is a big controversy about a trash burning electric plant in Cambalache, Arecibo. This is so crucial to us since there seems to be quite a few empty units at many developments, which in turn means that the association may not be collecting fees from tenants, and in turn have less money to make improvements. I am disabled and my wellness depends on my moving someplace quiet and nice. We had to do a lot of work for many months to clean up the downed trees and debris everywhere.
What is the Cost of Living Index? I could retire there, but I am a bit worried about terrorism there. We don't accept payments or freebies in exchange of favorable reviews, coverage of an attraction or establishment. Mary Cabi Rojo sounds great! I would be moving with a friend who could help with bills until I got a job. Puerto Rico has a government that functions much like a state but it is classified as a Commonwealth or territory. I hope this info helps.
Uf you have any further questions feel free to reach out. Cynthia Pittman ~ Unfortunately, my cousin was able to only see the outside on a recent quick stop there. It does not cost more. I am thinking of retiring to the west side of the island. When power and water are cut off I just roll with it.