“Kathleen, I have been reading your e-mails on Panama now for quite a while now, and you’ve got my attention. Also, there is no doubt in my mind that what you are saying about retirement is true—it has to be affordable.
“I am British-born but Australian by choice, and I am living and working now in Thailand. I have a Thai partner. I am in the oil and gas industry and have been traveling around the world for the past 50 years. I have lived and worked in some great countries and some crappy countries.
“I am going on 73 but still at the top of my game, and I will carry working at doing something. I need a change in my life, though, and when I saw information on your next meeting in Panama I thought I would drop you a line. I would be interested in attending the conference with my partner (who has never been to Latin America before). When is the drop dead date to register? I am looking at my schedule now and making plans to join you.”
–John M., Thailand
As of this writing, some (but not many) VIP places remain available for this next Live And Invest In Panama Conference. If you and your partner would like to join us as VIP attendees, I’d urge you to get in touch today.
The Early Bird Discount deadline isn’t until Dec. 31. However, given the response we’ve seen already (in only three days since we opened registration for this event) and the fact that all our past Panama conferences have sold out, I’d encourage you not to wait to make your reservations.
We’ll look forward to meeting you at the event in January!
“Our big thing we are looking for is (my priority actually) is beachfront with a good surf break in the tropics/semi-tropic area within a 10-hour flight from San Diego. I already own a beachfront lot in Waidroka, Fiji, but it is too far so I am selling it currently and want something closer to the United States. Anyways thanks for your time!”
–Laurel R., United States
Panama’s got some killer surf breaks off its Pacific coast (especially offshore the Azuero Peninsula) and, as a result, is attracting surfers, including those who make a living from the sport, from around the world. We have two serious surfers on staff (Ines reports that her favorite surf beach in this country is Santa Catalina), and our son Jackson spent yesterday surfing with friends at Palmar, which is only about an hour-and-a-half outside Panama City.
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