Boomers Masthead - Hermosa

Issue 20

NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES

Playa Hermosa, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Bienvenidos Amigos...


here is what's on the inside...


Things We Take For Granted - Mail Delivery...

"Oh My God... what do you mean there is no mail delivery in Costa Rica?  How am I going to pay my bills?  What will I do without my Lands End Catalog?"

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Problems With Perpetual Tourism

by Andrew Rulseh Kasper - of the A.M. Costa Rica staff

The ability to continually renew a three-month visa in Costa Rica is a lifeline for many perpetual tourists here. But with official attitudes toward the practice changing and immigration agents granted large amounts of discretionary power, entering the country can be like rolling the dice: A person can land anywhere between zero and 90.

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Staying True To Our Plan

by Fran Browne

When we decided to move to Costa Rica, Andy and I were both 58 years old, out of work and with little hope of regaining any form of meaningful employment.  The thought of being employed as a Walmart greeter was even harder to imagine. We realized, that at our current rate of spending, our savings would be depleted in about 7-8 years, just around the time we would be eligible for Medicare. 

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A Single Woman’s Adventure

by Sharon Lumley

Life is an adventure.  From the time we are conceived, it takes us through twists and turns.  But, as in any adventure, the thrill is in the anticipation and excitement of the unknown and the undiscovered. 

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new videos...



CHECK OUT THE LATEST VIDEOS FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT BOOMERS OFFSHORE

PLAYChapter 100 - Fire On The Mountain - Playa Hermosa Ignites in Dry Season
PLAYChapter 101 - Miss Piggy Comes To Visit
PLAYChapter 102 - Xmas Party Blowout in Sardinal
PLAYChapter 103 - Road Trip: San Ramón to Liberia
PLAYChapter 104 - Expats at Sea

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