THE EXPAT FILES SHOW #543
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Today we discuss cases where Gringos have been tapped for extortion and kidnapping. It’s not a matter of bad luck but more a matter of location, location, location.
“HOOTERS” closes its doors in El Salvador… you’ll never guess why
Places Most Safe?
What places in Mexico, South America and Central America are most safe for gringos and expats wishing to start up “brick and mortar” businesses?
Tips on how to scout out the best locations for your “brick and mortar” business
Off The Grid
Going “off the grid” in Latin America. More and more gringos and expats are doing it!
It can be difficult for gringos and expats to blend in and be accepted by the locals. But when it does happen, sometimes it can be downright unsettling… maybe even frightening.
The amazing “pizza test” and the extent of Latin classism at every level
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