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Jyrdis
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Bratislava. A nickel buys you a hotel there.


samson73103
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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CR coastal property near either major airport is not stupid cheap

This is correct. Have been there a couple times and love CR but anything near the coast that has basic utilities is high as giraffe pussy. Panama is the same way. Not sure about Belize. Nicaragua is the next big thing in Central America but more political instability and not as developed in general as Costa Rica.


TimeOutdoors
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Ecuador. Look into either Cuenca or Banos. Right on the equator, daytime temps high 70s low eights with nighttime temps in the 50s. Cheap healthcare, cheap mass transit, fresh fruits yearly, 2 hours from the beach or Amazon Rain Forest, friendly people, great expat community, etc.

I'd build up that 500k a little more though.
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TheFonz
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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Bratislava. A nickel buys you a hotel there.


It's a more more than a nickel these days. That was back in 2004, only thirteen years after the collapse of communism and the economy was struggling. It's booming now. The same hotel would cost you at least a quarter now.
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PeteRose
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Southeast Asia


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keakar
Member since Jan 2017
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
i heard you can buy a house on the beach in belise for around $300K and everyone speaks english there and prices for food and everything else there are very cheap. great weather year round and lots of super hot women too.

got to admit if i ever hit the lottery i would have to check it out


GRIZZ
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Belize.


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biglego
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Westwego


touchdownjeebus
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
New Iberia, obviously. Haircuts will set you back a few though.


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504Voodoo
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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Nicaragua is the next big thing in Central America but more political instability and not as developed in general as Costa Rica.



Isn't Nicaragua the muder capital of the world?


504Voodoo
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Caye Caulker which is only 45 mins from Belize City, is quite affordable. Island is only about a mile long, so there isn't much to offer but life is as chill as it goes.


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504Voodoo
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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heard you can buy a house on the beach in belise for around $300K and everyone speaks english there and prices for food and everything else there are very cheap. great weather year round and lots of super hot women too.

got to admit if i ever hit the lottery i would have to check it out



Yes to all of this.


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dgnx6
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Member since Feb 2006
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Yeah southern Spain.

It would be cheaper to live their than where I do now. Good weather, beaches.

frick it, I'm retiring early.


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btnetigers
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Houma


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rd280z
Richmond
Member since Jan 2007
1324 posts

re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
Ecuador and I am not kidding. I know several different people that lived there and liked it for affordability and it was fun.


cajunbuck
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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Pearlington, MS has some good watering holes.

Turtles Landing FTW.... "humping to please"


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Tigris
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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Ecuador


Yeah, I like Costa Rica a lot but Ecuador would be my pick.


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AncientTiger
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Member since Sep 2016
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
I spent a month in Cuenca, Equador. Everyday is 70 degrees- large ex-pat community & their money is the US dollar. $1,000 a month for everything has you living the O-T baller life.


RougeDawg
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Member since Jul 2016
313 posts

re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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...large ex-pat community...


LOL. I dropped a random street view and the first thing that showed up was an old guy wearing an Airborne Special Forces baseball cap. How hard is it to get around with just English?


Ace Midnight
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re: Best places to retire without a lot of money and live nice?
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So that money can't make money, eh?



True - but if you want $500k to last 40 years, you're not drawing much more than $2k per month on a consistent basis - just sayin'...


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