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My multi-generational household is thinking of making a HUGE change. We are seriously making a big plan to move to Nicaragua in the next few months. Has anyone here ever done this? As far as things go, my biggest concern is that I have three children. Ages 11, 6, and almost 5. One is fully vaccinated, and the other two have only gotten two(hep B and tetanus). They are all healthy, and have never had any major issues. I'll of course do a lot more research on diseases and potential vaccines to get before going, but we've been mulling this idea over for the last few years. My husband lived in Costa Rica as a child, and he has very fond memories of living abroad. I'm nervous about it, because I've never even been out of the country, but my in-laws do frequent missions over there, and they are the reason we are thinking of making this a permanent thing for our whole family.

So has anyone ever done this with their whole families. It will be 12 of us moving to a large house with land, and we'll grow a lot of our own food, and start a business down there. My children already picked up a lot of German very easily this year(we home school), and my Mother in-law, father in-law, and husband all speak fluent spanish, so I don't doubt that my children and I could learn the language easily.

Any tips, ideas, or anything else that could be helpful before making such a huge change?
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Go to Zeta talk and look up what earth changes are possible after this "earth change" thing. You may want to move to Idaho...NOT into central or southern America.

Lots of places are going under the water.

But many want to argue...
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My multi-generational household is thinking of making a HUGE change. We are seriously making a big plan to move to Nicaragua in the next few months. Has anyone here ever done this? As far as things go, my biggest concern is that I have three children. Ages 11, 6, and almost 5. One is fully vaccinated, and the other two have only gotten two(hep B and tetanus). They are all healthy, and have never had any major issues. I'll of course do a lot more research on diseases and potential vaccines to get before going, but we've been mulling this idea over for the last few years. My husband lived in Costa Rica as a child, and he has very fond memories of living abroad. I'm nervous about it, because I've never even been out of the country, but my in-laws do frequent missions over there, and they are the reason we are thinking of making this a permanent thing for our whole family.

So has anyone ever done this with their whole families. It will be 12 of us moving to a large house with land, and we'll grow a lot of our own food, and start a business down there. My children already picked up a lot of German very easily this year(we home school), and my Mother in-law, father in-law, and husband all speak fluent spanish, so I don't doubt that my children and I could learn the language easily.

Any tips, ideas, or anything else that could be helpful before making such a huge change?
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Its just not safe plain and simple Nicaragua is extremely dangerous the negatives far out weigh the positives in my mind. In fact I would stay away from Nicaragua, Costa rica, Honduras etc etc.
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Go to Zeta talk and look up what earth changes are possible after this "earth change" thing. You may want to move to Idaho...NOT into central or southern America.

Lots of places are going under the water.

But many want to argue...
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Good advice. Techtonically speaking and who cares what causes things the point is that they know how things will look after the fact. There are about 6 maps in print and they are all very similiar.

You must do some reasearch first. Just becauese one knows an area from " Before does not make it safe. "
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I'll be leaving the states in less than two years (God willing). May the most high be with you OP.
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Working in Central and South America is enough for me...If you go good luck and please don;t forget to pay off your local goon squad, police and officials.

You may also want to invest in a vehicle with solid rubber tires, bomb sunder plating and bullet proof glass and panel inserts.

Other then that it is a wonderful place. Oh and the police have a tendency to solve problems on the side of the road much like here in the US but the difference is in most of those countries nobody gives a shit at all.
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I'll be leaving the states in less than two years (God willing). May the most high be with you OP.
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What does the most high smoke to be the most high?


OP Central America is full of volcano's
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My multi-generational household is thinking of making a HUGE change. We are seriously making a big plan to move to Nicaragua in the next few months. Has anyone here ever done this? As far as things go, my biggest concern is that I have three children. Ages 11, 6, and almost 5. One is fully vaccinated, and the other two have only gotten two(hep B and tetanus). They are all healthy, and have never had any major issues. I'll of course do a lot more research on diseases and potential vaccines to get before going, but we've been mulling this idea over for the last few years. My husband lived in Costa Rica as a child, and he has very fond memories of living abroad. I'm nervous about it, because I've never even been out of the country, but my in-laws do frequent missions over there, and they are the reason we are thinking of making this a permanent thing for our whole family.

So has anyone ever done this with their whole families. It will be 12 of us moving to a large house with land, and we'll grow a lot of our own food, and start a business down there. My children already picked up a lot of German very easily this year(we home school), and my Mother in-law, father in-law, and husband all speak fluent spanish, so I don't doubt that my children and I could learn the language easily.

Any tips, ideas, or anything else that could be helpful before making such a huge change?
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Venezuela Caracas $0.12

Nuff said. lol
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Oops apparently not "nuff said"...

Venezuela Caracas $0.12 per gallon of gas.
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Trouble is - all South American countries do a lot of trafficking in children.

See the CIA gov world book.
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bring some sun block or you could have your skin surgically removed first or try to shoot down the sun.

i dont think they sell ziploc bags down there either in case you want to harvest some recreational powders from the local fauna .

dont drink too many coconut water from a guy named

carlos rodriguez emmanuel colombus, ok?

also, there are lots of pigmy tribe members tired of you tourists inviting them to the Fair and not being tall enough to get on most of the rides, they become bitter sordid little men.

stay away from the ATM machine
on octputl and Nahuatl street.

you can only withdraw bottle caps.
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Rumor has it Daniel Ortega suppose to be replaced. Time has gone beyond set rumored date, by some rumor spreader.
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Costa Rica!!!

Costa Rica constitutionally abolished its army permanently in 1949.[7][8][9] It is the only Latin American country in the list of the world's 22 older democracies.[10] Costa Rica has consistently been among the top Latin American countries in the Human Development Index (HDI), ranked 69th in the world in 2011.[6]

Costa Rica was cited by the United Nations United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2010 as one of the countries that have attained much higher human development than other countries at the same income levels,[11] and in 2011 was highlighted by UNDP for being a good performer on environmental sustainability and having a better record on human development and inequality than the median of their region. It was also the only country to meet all five criteria established to measure environmental sustainability.[6] The country is ranked fifth in the world, and first among the Americas, in terms of the 2012 Environmental Performance Index.[12]

In 2007, the Costa Rican government announced plans for Costa Rica to become the first carbon-neutral country by 2021.[13][14][15] The New Economics Foundation (NEF) ranked Costa Rica first in its 2009 Happy Planet Index, and once again in 2012.[16][17] The NEF also ranked Costa Rica in 2009 as the greenest country in the world.[18] In 2012 Costa Rica became the first country in the American continent to ban recreational hunting after the country’s legislature approved the popular measure by a wide margin.[19]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Costa Rica!!!

Costa Rica constitutionally abolished its army permanently in 1949.[7][8][9] It is the only Latin American country in the list of the world's 22 older democracies.[10] Costa Rica has consistently been among the top Latin American countries in the Human Development Index (HDI), ranked 69th in the world in 2011.[6]

Costa Rica was cited by the United Nations United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2010 as one of the countries that have attained much higher human development than other countries at the same income levels,[11] and in 2011 was highlighted by UNDP for being a good performer on environmental sustainability and having a better record on human development and inequality than the median of their region. It was also the only country to meet all five criteria established to measure environmental sustainability.[6] The country is ranked fifth in the world, and first among the Americas, in terms of the 2012 Environmental Performance Index.[12]

In 2007, the Costa Rican government announced plans for Costa Rica to become the first carbon-neutral country by 2021.[13][14][15] The New Economics Foundation (NEF) ranked Costa Rica first in its 2009 Happy Planet Index, and once again in 2012.[16][17] The NEF also ranked Costa Rica in 2009 as the greenest country in the world.[18] In 2012 Costa Rica became the first country in the American continent to ban recreational hunting after the country’s legislature approved the popular measure by a wide margin.[19]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Wow Sounds like they already sold out to the NWO!!!!
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I know families that have fled Nicaragua for their lives. You are not going there.
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It all goes underwater right? Anyway, if you look gringo and don't speak the lingo you'd be better off here
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I have heard about the crime rate there, and lot of it is due to the huge hunger problem there. There are lots of things you can do to prevent, and places to avoid. Where we will be going is where my inlaws visit frequently and the crime rate is not as bad. Not saying nothing can happen, but it can happen anywhere. Nicaragua has a very bad reputation, and I'm aware of that too, but recently it's gotten better. It's in the top places to retire abroad according to some places. As for the zeta talk, I'm already in the south and it would be a toss up between falling into the ocean and getting trampled by troves of people fleeing Texas. :) I'm not one to live life in worry. Thanks everyone for the responses, I found a very good forum with a lot of helpfulness. It's an idea, and there would be a lot of things needing to be done before then anyway. I'll go where the wind blows me.

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The only SAFE PLACE is Canada. Small parts of BC. Alberta. Saskatewan and Manitoba. Just stay away from bodies of water and the Northern parts which will flood eventually.

No need for armored vehicles and bodyguards.
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It all goes underwater right? Anyway, if you look gringo and don't speak the lingo you'd be better off here
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My husband and his mom and dad all speak spanish, I'm a beginner but I can pick it up easily. He was raised in Costa Rica for a while, so it's not new to all of them. I would be the odd one out, as I've been raised here in the states. I'm not sure If I look American or not, but I'm not worried..except my girls have blonde hair and blue eyes.

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The only SAFE PLACE is Canada. Small parts of BC. Alberta. Saskatewan and Manitoba. Just stay away from bodies of water and the Northern parts which will flood eventually.

No need for armored vehicles and bodyguards.
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I keep telling my husband this but he has fantasies of escaping to somewhere tropical. I told him I refuse to live somewhere the goddamn mosquitoes are as big as my head. So I suppose we will die in Arizona
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What makes you people think you have all this time.

Time has run out. Its knocking at and on the door already.
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I knew a guy 6 or 8 years ago from Honduras. he was telling me one night about how he had just got a call from his sister, his father had died and left him the family farm. he refused to go back and claim it. He gave it to his sister.

He was telling me how unsafe Central America is. at night in Honduras when the sun goes down you don't dare go outside. the night is ruled by the criminals who will kill you for 10 pesos. The cops are just as bad. They'll kill you for 10 pesos.

Both his brothers were murdered and there was no way he was ever going back. I'd say at least go and vacation there first and check it out.
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Bad idea too dangerous
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I have heard about the crime rate there, and lot of it is due to the huge hunger problem there. There are lots of things you can do to prevent, and places to avoid. Where we will be going is where my inlaws visit frequently and the crime rate is not as bad. Not saying nothing can happen, but it can happen anywhere. Nicaragua has a very bad reputation, and I'm aware of that too, but recently it's gotten better. It's in the top places to retire abroad according to some places. As for the zeta talk, I'm already in the south and it would be a toss up between falling into the ocean and getting trampled by troves of people fleeing Texas. :) I'm not one to live life in worry. Thanks everyone for the responses, I found a very good forum with a lot of helpfulness. It's an idea, and there would be a lot of things needing to be done before then anyway. I'll go where the wind blows me.
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You're not going to live in a vacation resort though. You know that right? They surround those with cops to keep the crime rates down so it doesn't bother business. 2 miles away it's the law of the jungle. Even if you move close to one you are eventually going to have to leave the area for one reason or another. To travel to a hospital maybe. Fucking gringo and his three kids in the mini van... you might as well just put a fucking target on your back.
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I just moved to Mexico, cabo san lucas, preferred to do it with a bevy or bars and restaurants. Everyone speaks english. Its beautiful here. Very low cost of living. I have an internet business...
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Hmm. Look, I lived in Costa Rica during the 90's, and I personally watched the inflation go from 165 colones to 215 colones per US dollar in the space of a couple years. They thankfully have pegged their currency to the US dollar, so some more stability has been introduced.

Now, I really enjoyed CR, but bear in mind that I was robbed a few times and lost some personal items (class ring, knife, etc.). Also, there are 19 very poisonous snakes ranging from bushmaster to green mamba to fer-de-lance. Cockroaches are seriously 3 inches long and will crawl up your leg while you're going piss. Makes a huge mess. Walking stick bugs are 12 inches long and very poisonous if they bite you, but not fatal.

Oranges grow on the side of the road, along with avocados, papaya, limes...

Lots of tremors and always threatening volcanoes. People are really nice and it is offensive to not say something like "upe" while walking past someone. So world class beaches are along the Pacific side along with surfing as well in playa Uvita and Dominical.

I really had a great time there - don't get me wrong - and I'd like to be there again, and if there were no GLP doom every day, I could certainly live there. But one day, the GLP effect will fail us - shocking as it will be - I have a hard time believing CR will be the best place. In fact, the US has had to threaten Nicaragua from invading CR before (but there is a lot of Nicos in CR).

Pray about it. Can't go wrong there...
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I have heard about the crime rate there, and lot of it is due to the huge hunger problem there. There are lots of things you can do to prevent, and places to avoid. Where we will be going is where my inlaws visit frequently and the crime rate is not as bad. Not saying nothing can happen, but it can happen anywhere. Nicaragua has a very bad reputation, and I'm aware of that too, but recently it's gotten better. It's in the top places to retire abroad according to some places. As for the zeta talk, I'm already in the south and it would be a toss up between falling into the ocean and getting trampled by troves of people fleeing Texas. :) I'm not one to live life in worry. Thanks everyone for the responses, I found a very good forum with a lot of helpfulness. It's an idea, and there would be a lot of things needing to be done before then anyway. I'll go where the wind blows me.
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You're not going to live in a vacation resort though. You know that right? They surround those with cops to keep the crime rates down so it doesn't bother business. 2 miles away it's the law of the jungle. Even if you move close to one you are eventually going to have to leave the area for one reason or another. To travel to a hospital maybe. Fucking gringo and his three kids in the mini van... you might as well just put a fucking target on your back.
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Like I said, there will be 12 of us moving. We won't be alone. I'm well aware of what we will be living in and around. The location we are going to has been visited by my mom and father in law several times now. They also have several locals as friends there. We actually will be selling our cars too, and will get vehicles there. We all have jobs lined up for us, and while the income is not very good , with what we make here from selling our house and items. We'll also have a revenue back home. I don't expect to rough it in the wild, as it might sound, or even live in a mansion. We will be buying a house and adding on to it for the other members of our family. It's still just an idea. I have started researching the diseases and as far as I have read a lot of it seems to be due to eating local fruit without washing, and mosquitoes, nothing a lot of netting and deet can't solve.
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Hmm. Look, I lived in Costa Rica during the 90's, and I personally watched the inflation go from 165 colones to 215 colones per US dollar in the space of a couple years. They thankfully have pegged their currency to the US dollar, so some more stability has been introduced.

Now, I really enjoyed CR, but bear in mind that I was robbed a few times and lost some personal items (class ring, knife, etc.). Also, there are 19 very poisonous snakes ranging from bushmaster to green mamba to fer-de-lance. Cockroaches are seriously 3 inches long and will crawl up your leg while you're going piss. Makes a huge mess. Walking stick bugs are 12 inches long and very poisonous if they bite you, but not fatal.

Oranges grow on the side of the road, along with avocados, papaya, limes...

Lots of tremors and always threatening volcanoes. People are really nice and it is offensive to not say something like "upe" while walking past someone. So world class beaches are along the Pacific side along with surfing as well in playa Uvita and Dominical.

I really had a great time there - don't get me wrong - and I'd like to be there again, and if there were no GLP doom every day, I could certainly live there. But one day, the GLP effect will fail us - shocking as it will be - I have a hard time believing CR will be the best place. In fact, the US has had to threaten Nicaragua from invading CR before (but there is a lot of Nicos in CR).

Pray about it. Can't go wrong there...
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Thank you!

I will most certainly pray about this one big time. It's not something to do on a whim, but we have traveled all over the US, and this is one place we feel that we (as a family) can make a big impact. We don't want to go, just to get away from it all, we want to put ourselves in a situation to help people. We have a very strong household built on a lot of love. I admire my mom and pop in law, they are very brave and have fed the hungry children down there several times. We already have some people working with us on giving them shoes. I don't want to waste my life doing nothing, and living in fear..but my children deserve better, but sometimes..it's possible to be too spoiled. Not that I want them living in tatters, but I want them to grow up with substance. I don't know if that makes any sense. Thank you for your response !
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Nicaragua? are you serious?

Costa Rica and Panama are FAR better choices, especially Panama. Anything north of CR is terrible, Nicaragua is extremely poor and underdeveloped, and Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador are some of the most violent countries in THE WORLD. CR and Panama are on the other hand among the most developed countries in all of latin america, I suggest you think about Nicaragua...
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My multi-generational household is thinking of making a HUGE change. We are seriously making a big plan to move to Nicaragua in the next few months. Has anyone here ever done this? As far as things go, my biggest concern is that I have three children. Ages 11, 6, and almost 5. One is fully vaccinated, and the other two have only gotten two(hep B and tetanus). They are all healthy, and have never had any major issues. I'll of course do a lot more research on diseases and potential vaccines to get before going, but we've been mulling this idea over for the last few years. My husband lived in Costa Rica as a child, and he has very fond memories of living abroad. I'm nervous about it, because I've never even been out of the country, but my in-laws do frequent missions over there, and they are the reason we are thinking of making this a permanent thing for our whole family.

So has anyone ever done this with their whole families. It will be 12 of us moving to a large house with land, and we'll grow a lot of our own food, and start a business down there. My children already picked up a lot of German very easily this year(we home school), and my Mother in-law, father in-law, and husband all speak fluent spanish, so I don't doubt that my children and I could learn the language easily.

Any tips, ideas, or anything else that could be helpful before making such a huge change?
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Its just not safe plain and simple Nicaragua is extremely dangerous the negatives far out weigh the positives in my mind. In fact I would stay away from Nicaragua, Costa rica, Honduras etc etc.
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Agreed , latin America is not what poeple think it is! Some still adapt though. Il tell you what though U.S. is going downhill quick! So?????? Do what you feel is right!
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