American retirees flock to Latin America to live an upper-class lifestyle on $1,500 a month

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THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER – To casual visitors, this colonial town in southern Ecuador looks like it was torn from the pages of history. With its cobbled streets, soaring cathedrals and bustling markets, it exudes a lazy, old world charm.

But Cuenca is also on the cutting edge of a very modern trend: providing a safe haven for U.S. retirees who have found themselves unwilling — or unable — to live out their golden years at home.

The growing wave of ex-pat seniors is not only upending notions about retirement in the hemisphere but reshaping the face of communities throughout the Americas. And the trend is expected to grow as waves of baby boomers exit the workforce ill-prepared for retirement. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by Hans on 06/04/2017 - 9:34

    Old farts are not going to permanently alter the Equador or Mexico or Thailand or wherever they cluster. The attempted analogy fails. The Kalergi Plan is very real and will succeed unless people step up and say what needs to be said about “immigration,” race, religion.

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