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This article is titled, "6 cheap places to retire abroad" and you mention all of those cities like Vancouver or Guam where it is as expensive as the US! Really? Why woud you include expensive places to live if the title of your article was about cheap places to live? What about Belize, Ecuador, Columbia, Nicaragua, Mexico, or Croatia. If I were a 9th grade English teacher I would have given a gratuitous C for this article.
Count me in. When I can go, I'll be on my way. The American corportate greed has taken my health care, frozen my retirement amount years ago, and are walking people my age out of their jobs every week. No one has to wish me a goodbye or say hateful things. I'll go willingly to be able to lead a middle class life that is being sucked out of me right now. This 99%er will be one less burden on the rest of you that want to stay.
To each their own. Best of luck to all.
I've only read three and stopped due to inconsistancies. Guam is as exspensive at the US...Also the first place the guy says he leaves Canada because he can't get care and the third place the woman says he gets quick care in Canada. This story is just that...a story.
Home is where your family and friends live .
You will miss them if you leave .
It's all interesting. the "American Dream". BS. When America gets done exploiting it's workforce and military how we the people are like old baggage.
It's a real shame. I hope our children are watching these underhanded moves.
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