Results from Magazine Archives "Dominican Republic" 20 Articles Found
- Retiring to the Dominican Republic? There are many pro’s to retiring
to gorgeous Dominican Republic, recently ranked the second happiest country
in the world. Let’s start with the DR’s zero capital gains taxes for tourism
real estate; the special advantage law created just for retirees; the quick
air travel to the USA and beyond; its great communications systems and
infrastructure; its top notch medical and personal care services; its low
cost of living; the non-stop entertainment possibilities and DR’s size
and diversity – a place where you can spend 365 days involved with activities,
golf and exploring and never get bored. 2-Special advantage law created
for retirees: DR has recently created a new law that will allow you to
bring in your car and other properties free of tax and also allow you to
collect your pension free of tax. Some embassies offer to provide this
service and you may also arrange for your bank to transfer the funds monthly
to your DR bank account. Remember that many international banks operate
locally and all Dominican banks have an international link to most world
to the Caribbean" - Search Results from Magazine Archives 65 Articles
- "Retirees of today are earnestly looking for offshore retirement in countries
that are safe, offer a low cost of living, have affordable housing and
property, with decent infrastructure, personal comfort-ability and most
importantly, where they can live a good life on their retirement income.
One country that offers all of that – Belize, and one leading expert on
retiring to the Caribbean recommends it as THE Central American hot spot
for retirees and also has selected the two best Belizean areas for retirees.
Learn all about the enchanting Cayo District, one of the Guru’s top picks
for retirement in Caribbean Retirement Hot Spots: Belize, Part 2 So you
are all set to settle in to Belize, and the long check list guiding your
every move toward that goal is about finished. But have you made a decision
about one of the critical paths you must take once settled in Belize? We
are talking about your residency status – are you aware of the four options
available to you, which would work best with your circumstance, the costs
and time involved and how to go about selecting and finalizing your choice."
Destinations : Discover Cuba, Part 1 By Raquel B Tejeda
- Cuba, that grand island of mystery, is also a land of timeless beauty,
an eco-paradise, the land that time forgot and an other-worldly sort of
travel experience as one feels as though they are stuck in a time warp…but
certainly a most enchanting one. The largest Caribbean island,
Cuba is all you can dream of and a much more. Pulsating with sensual music,
endless sandy beaches, captivating culture, old-age architecture, welcoming
locals, and delicious food it is the sort of time warp experience you’ll
never want to leave. This is the largest of the Caribbean islands, which
is about the size of England. It lies to the west of the Greater Antilles
group and about a quarter of its terrain is mountainous. Cuba consists
of the main island, the Isle of Youth and about 4,195 Cayes, commonly known
as Cayos. Cuba is 140 kilometers from the Bahamas and 180 kilometers from
Florida. It’ 13,000,000 inhabitants predominantly speak Spanish.
Environment: A Solar Solution for the World’s Poor - Solar Cooling, Dehumidification
and Refrigeration – A Hot Idea for the Tropics By James Post
- In an evaporator, an ammonia fluid coming from a condenser is being evaporated
in a similar manner as with compression cooling. The ammonia vapor is led
to an absorption vessel where it immediately dissolves. Hydrogen is used
to create a lower pressure in the evaporator compared to the condenser.
As the hydrogen does not dissolve in the water, the ammonia and hydrogen
are separated in the absorption vessel. The ammonia is dissolved in the
water and the hydrogen rises via a separate conduit back to the evaporator.
To get the ammonia out of the water the solution is sent to a heater (in
our case solar heated water). As the ammonia vapor contains some water
vapor the conduit is being widened at which point the water parts let loose
and get transported back to the absorption vessel via a separate conduit.
This explains the closed loop cycle that does not require moving parts.
The evaporation takes away heat from its surrounding and that is how the
cooling takes place – similar to a compressor based refrigerator.
Culinary : Mexican Cuisine - A Fusion of the Past by S. Mar
Carter - During the past year I have traveled
and explored (in complete safety) the vast, spectacularly beautiful country
of Mexico, and became thoroughly enthralled with its steamy seaside ports,
classic colonial cities, tiny fishing villages with white beaches, chilly
mountain villages, authentic arts and crafts and its kind, gracious people.
Along the way I become thoroughly enthralled with Mexican cuisine as well.
By this, I mean the authentic cuisine one finds throughout most of Mexico…not
the ‘food’ found in America that is passing itself off as Mexican cuisine.
In the food places in these cities and villages in Mexico I’ve yet to see
a taco, burrito or chimichanga on the menu. My new passion for this
scrumptious, comfort-food cuisine lead me to explore its origin, which
as it turns out is a grand amalgamation of the food products, spices and
recipes from many other countries, combined with the now lost recipes of
original Mexican cuisine. Original Mexican recipes morphed and fused, decade
after decade, as French, Italian, Lebanese, Spanish, Portuguese, and British
influences and food products were introduced to the local Mexican cooks.
Developers : Montecristo’s Visionary Couple By S. Mar Carter
- Caribbean Property and Lifestyles Magazine recently had the opportunity
to interview Lori and Jorge Estrada, the visionary couple who have created
the ultimate seaside community, Montecristo Beach Resort and Golf Club,
in Nicaragua. In the highly informative interview, the couple share their
vision and commitment to developing the leading seaside community in Central
America. - Lori and Jorge, thanks so much for taking the time to speak
with us about the Montecristo Beach development in Nicaragua. It
is certainly one of the premier developments in Central America and the
Expats : Designing Mid-Life in Belize by Yvette Dalton
- Recently someone asked me how, and why, did I become an “expat.”
I knew what an expat was but had not considered me to be one - and yet
here I am living in Belize, my new home. All things considered, I
realize that I have become a part-time resident in that special club of
pioneering souls who pack up, say goodbye to their homeland and settle
down in a new country. I never thought of myself as a ‘pioneering spirit’
nor did I ever crave to chuck it all and just run away! I grew up
just south of Dayton, Ohio USA, a member of a typical American family.
I have always been an independent person and not afraid to try new adventures
– well, with the exception of things that have to do with heights. So no
jumping out of airplanes, but zip-lining in Hawaii I would recommend for
sure!! That was a blast. Once I pried my arms from hugging the tree top,
I was on my way.
Spirit : Creating Habitat Belize by Reverend Macarena Rose
- hab - i - tat (a noun) - Sociological definition from the
dictionary: the place where a person or thing is most likely to be
found. In other words… HOME. A very powerful word that brings
a lot to mind, doesn't it? It's a powerful concept and evokes many
memories and feelings for each and every one of us.... We all need
a home…. that's for sure. No one has to explain this to us.
It’s been basic to our existence as humans on earth since the beginning.
Overhanging trees, caves, whatever our ancestors could find - they made
good use of local options to shelter and protect their young. Home
is a place in which to center our lives. That hasn't changed. It never
will. The size and style of housing have varied through the ages according
to status and natural materials available - but the concept of "home" has
never varied. Home… It's where our heart is, where our loved ones reside
with us. A home is a place of nurturing.
Gems : Sybarite Guide to DR Beaches, Pt 3 By: Guitze M. Messina
- We have taken a nice tour on the most visited beaches of the Dominican
Republic, we are now going to take a look at a region with enormous potential
for its diversity and natural beauty: The south west of the Dominican Republic.
To have a great feel for the best beaches in the south of the island we
need to start early in the day and head out to Bani from Santo Domingo.
This region is not as famous because the beaches have different
types of sand from grey to black to pearl white and because until very
recently the roads where not as good as the ones to Samana
and Punta Cana. The new road being completed will make it a very pleasant
and fast trip where we will make different stops to enjoy the authentic
flavor of the region before we arrive at the different beaches that we
want to visit.
Destinations : Anguilla Does It their Way, Part. 1 By S. Mar Carter
- There has been a lot going on behind the scenes in Anguilla the past
few years to position it as the “IT” small island in the Caribbean. In
2009, Anguilla, that most serene of Caribbean island paradises and one
known for its tranquility, beauty and famed upscale resorts, began developing
new initiatives and ‘product’ changes to entice the lucrative incentive
and meeting planning business to its pristine shores. Anguilla’s objective
was to emerge as a new destination in the Caribbean’s highly competitive
incentive and meeting travel industry. And, by all accounts Anguilla
is succeeding as not only have the incentive and meeting planners taken
a closer look at this unspoiled tropical island gem, but general tourism
has seen a business increase in critical areas as well.
Results from Magazine Archives Working in The Caribbean
- Working Around the Islands introduces one of the most important factors
to on the job success in the Caribbean, and that factor is cultural assimilation.
The faster one understands the culture and the work environment, the faster
one can make a smooth transition in to a new world, a new life and a new
career as described in part one of this series. Over Two dozen articles
for working in the Caribbean including Dominican Republic: An Engineer’s
Journey, All About Corporate Relocation, Discover Nicaragua: Land of Incentives
and Investments, Central America's Emerging Jewel, Costa Rica: A Free Trade
Zone Paradise, Belize Home & Business Opportunity For Sale, Costa Rica
Construction, Working In The Caribbean, More >
Discovery : Discovering Dominica Search Results from Magazine Archives
19 Articles Found - Most people have never
heard of Dominica… or they confuse it with the Dominican Republic. Fewer
still would know where to look for it on a map. Dominica is one of those
places that you need to have some idea what you are doing to be able to
really get a feel for the place. Signposts are scarce, and you surely cannot
visit all the essentials in a day. One thing is for sure… Dominica truly
unique and, above all, possesses a duality of breathtaking landscapes and
strong culture. This means that for those people who, like me, get to spend
some time on the island, it remains largely un-spoilt, untouched, unchartered
territory. My Caribbean Lonely Planet guidebook had only a few pages dedicated
to Dominica so I arrived not knowing what to expect. I know of at least
two Dominica-dedicated guidebooks in the works and I applaud them for attempting
to fill the gap.
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Protection Newsletter -
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advisors. Contains informatioin on How and Why to Acquire a Second Passport
Legally, Expat Taxes, Offshore (and Onshore) Investing presented with the
basic premise of protecting your assets.
Passports - Economic Citizenship - If you
get a 2nd passport and flee America the S Government can't take your money
as easily as they could if you were still living in the USA. Therefore
the US Goverment is doing everything to keep you from getting a second
passport, closing resources and threatening tax-haven nations with sanctions.
On this page we supply what information we can. You can get a second passport;
it's just harder to get then it was a few years ago . . . why don't
you wait a few more years, then it will be impossible and you won't have
to worry about it. Your fate will be sealed.
In Costa Rica Newsletter - The
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for honest, real life stories from people working and living abroad in
Costa Rica. We live in Costa Rica, we know Costa Rica, we believe that
Costa Rica is the expat haven of choice. We look for the opinions, the
advice, the I wish I would have known this then, and the down and dirty
truths from the mouths of those who have experienced it all firsthand.
Escapeartist Costa Rica is dedicated to this true-to-life portrayal of
the country we love. All of our articles are written by people who work,
invest, love, explore, and live the "pura vida" here in Costa Rica.
In Mexico - Retire In Mexico Newsletter
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Lending Policies Improve Cash Flow Houses - Can anyone see the forest through
the trees? Does anyone in Washington really understand what drives
the housing industry? Try credit availability. When credit
is available in the way of mortgages, the housing market improves.
It’s that simple. Contrarily, when it’s not available, the market
contracts and prices remain stagnant, and even worse decline.
Washed, Enslaved & Abused - Rod Taylor
- Rod Taylor on Slavery - you are a slave to the Government - from Aaron
Russo’s Mad as Hell show. - Aaron Russo (February 14, 1943 - August 24,
2007) was an American entertainment businessman, film producer and director,
and political activist. He was best known for producing such movies as
Trading Places, Wise Guys, and The Rose. Later in life, he created various
Libertarian-leaning political documentaries including Mad as Hell and America:
Freedom to Fascism. After a six-year battle with bladder cancer, Russo
died on August 24, 2007. Russo created the political grassroots organization,
Restore the Republic (restoretherepublic.com), to fulfill the political
ambitions laid out in his final movie documentary, America: Freedom to
Fascism. Regarding the organization, Russo said his goal was to "try and
get the word out to the public about what's happening to America -- and
give them an opportunity to try to change things". - Duration : 06:18