Where to retire? As an American baby boomer my choices are nearly endless. Like most others, I want a safe place with great health care options. I want easy access, low airfare and lots of airlines servicing the country. I also want a stable government, a healthy economy and great weather. I am personally planning to spend my retirement years living outside the US, as an expatriate. What's an expatriate you ask? Someone choosing to live outside their home country. Americans are leaving the US in record numbers. The value of the US dollar has been declining as the US continues to print money at a record pace. This dilutes the value of your savings if in dollars.
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If you happen to be in Costa Rica at the right time of year, a fun thing to do is going to the many rodeos, horse demonstrations or “bull fights”. Horses are almost a national symbol in Costa Rica and always a cause for a celebration. Rodeos are staged throughout the country and many small towns have their own rodeo or bull ring. There are also some portable ones and even a circuit of professional riders that tour around and appear at shows.
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