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What are the best, the most comfortable, the most affordable, the most convenient, and the most rewarding spots worldwide for retirement in 2013? Huffington Post says the winners are…
The narrow nation of Panama will grow three times Latin America’s average of 3.1% this year, among the highest in the region; add in the canal expansion, what’s not to like?
According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, the travel and tourism sector made a direct investment of $666 billion into the economies of Latin America.
In a recent evelauation of Central America Presidents, the highest ranking are: Honduras, Porfirio Lobo; El Salvador, Mauricio Funes; and Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega. Sitting at
Off-season small hotel occupancy rates hovered around 60%, reports the Nicaraguan Institute. The areas in high demand include Leon, Granada, Chinandega, and the Atlantic Coast.
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