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Costa Rica or Ecuador?

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Costa Rica.

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Costa Rica or Ecuador?

Post Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2014 2:38 am

Costa Rica vs. Ecuador, Which Country Is Your Best Retirement Option?

By Expat Focus columnist, Shannon Enete

Year after year, International Living, Forbes, and hundreds of other publications release a list of the best places to retire. Do you believe that one retirement destination fits all? Where you spend your golden years is an extremely personal and variable. One expat-to-be may place a warm climate at the top of their list. Another places cost of healthcare above all. Ever since I published Becoming an Expat: Costa Rica, the questions have poured in.

Where can he/she find good quality healthcare, where is the best place to bring a young family, where are the job opportunities best, where is the safest international destination, how much does it really cost, and so on. Once I released the upcoming publication date of Becoming an Expat: Ecuador I noticed something interesting.

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