The Expat Files: Living in Latin America A guide to moving to Latin America, finding work, and settling in.

November 4, 2012  
EXPAT FILES SHOW #203; 11-04-2012 (SUNDAY)
-MY JANUARY 2013 LATIN AMERICAN SEMINAR IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION: Go to to get complete details. There may be one or two spots left, so don’t miss out.
-The Expat Wisdom seminar team has been invited to present the classroom part of our  Latin America "immersion" seminar in Spain. Why Europe? Well, while the euro crumbles, Europe goes bankrupt and ”official” unemployment hits 25%, a new great depression looms. Europeans are panicking and looking for a life raft too. Not surprisingly, just like you folks are, many astute Europeans are looking to relocate Latin America to preserve their businesses, lifestyles and nest eggs. And of course that's why they asked our team of experts to come over and bring them up to speed- expat style. So do check out our Spain seminar link on the homepage (er, it's in Spanish).
- The true scoop on chlorine and fluoride levels in Latin American public, private and municipal water supplies. Should you be worried? In a word, YES! But expats can easily solve that dilemma, and here’s how……...
- When forced to use a public (or any) bathroom in Latin America (or even in Cleveland), here are some simple tricks that’ll drastically lower your personal e-coli count.
-Now for some delicate (er, indelicate?)bathroom etiquette questions that never get discussed- but really should be!
-As things deteriorate up north, the prepper/survivalist movements grow and grow. So, are expats and gringos prepping down in latin America too? Here’s the story on that.     
-It’s been rumored that you can now safely drink municipal water straight from the tap in a few Latin countries like Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica and Panama. Expats are now reporting that signs and billboards to that effect have been popping up lately in many hotels, airports and tourist areas, etc. My advice- don’t even think about it!
-I’ve put together a mixed media program specifically for expats and wanabees called the 'New 5 Flags'. Just head over immediately to and get all the details. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
-Follow the link on the main page at to schedule a consultation with me. If you want to discuss the details of living, working, playing, doing business and/or retiring in Latin America, now you and I can talk about your situation one on one.
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