5 Tips for Living in Granada, Nicaragua
By Betsy Burlingame
Expats love Granada, Nicaragua for its colonial architecture, rich history and thriving expat community. In this article, we cover cost-of-living in Granada, safety, real estate, health care and more.
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Wow - it all sounds wonderful. I am currently living and working as a university teacher in Istanbul and want to leave at the end of the academic year - july 2016.
I have been teaching and travell?ng now for 8 years , as a solo 50+ teacher of Scottish extraction - and I would be grateful t hear about good language schools where I can LEARN Spanish and opportunities for teaching English - and most importantly are there swimming pools in Leon and tennis courts in Grenada ? and ex-pats of my age, who enjoy travelling, tennis, reading and learning about other cultures?
Hope so - ?t all looks so pretty and peaceful.
Hi, wonderful comments, as I too found Granada a friendly, helpful community.
Loved the monthly street stage performances with its dancing and live music. Belonged to a expat group on Sundays that held a worship hour. Ran a Bnb and most tourists preferred Nicaragua to Costa Rica for its prices and friendliness.