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A reader commented on the Expat Report Living in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
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What activities, clubs and organizations would you recommend to newcomers to help them meet others?
There are currently no clubs available although this is a small town and it won't take you long to meet all the expats and locals too. There are several restaurants that are frequented by the expats and word spreads REAL fast. (Continue)
Wanderlust replied most recently with:
There already are quite a few sport fishing outfits operating out of San Juan del Sur. Some locally owned, some owned by expats. If you are serious about starting such a business, I'd check out the Caribbean side of the country. It's literally wide open for new business.
A reader replied recently with:
There is also a Christian Surfers Association in SJDS. You can contact them through the Hotel Victoria or the Lago Azul Restaurant. Ask for Pastor David.
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A reader commented on the Expat Report Moving to San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
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What advice would you give someone preparing to move to your area about the actual move, choosing a neighborhood and finding a home?
Spend as much time prior to moving as possible in different months of the year to experience the seasonal changes. Also, try to stay as near as your choice property if not in/on it to experience everything that will be around you. Roosters crowing, dogs barking, pigs grunting, early street cleaners or whatever can make a real difference, good and bad. (Continue)
redhead4u replied most recently with:
good info on finding the right location for U ! We too will be coming to SJDS in Sept. and checking it out . Maybe we will run into many of you there. I will stay in touch when the time is nearer for a house as well. thanx to all you expats out there!
AV replied recently with:
Louis how long do you p,an to rent? Also will the beach be hat important to you? I have a lightly furnished house a ail able or rent off and on throughout the year. 2 bedrooms 2 baths. It is near plaa Hermsa and playa Remosa up on a mountain top overlooking a valley. It has a full ime family living there in a separate casita. Let me understand your goal for a rental, when would you pan n being here...
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