#1 – What you need to know about water and your own personal water supply in Latin America
#2 – Decades ago, many young gringos came down to Latin America for a month or two, determined to save the world. Now Flash forward to 216: They’re older and wiser but still have traces of that “Do gooder instinct.” After years stress and slogging away on the US treadmill, They’ve had it and want to retire back in Latin America – Hoping to recapture the simple, rustic life they recall from so long ago. But 30 years is a long time… It’s not colds showers, coconuts, campfires and coleman lanterns anymore
#3 – Language dunces unite!! Some lucky Expats (Maybe 10%) pick up foreign languages with ridiculous ease… Damn, don’t you just hate people like that? Unfortunately most gringos, like yours truly, are born language dunces. So until someone invents a language pill, we continue to struggle on. However, the good news is that I’ve personally stumbled on some great, simple, unorthodox tips for language blockheads like me. So today you’ll be hearing about some big time and aggravation savers that I wish I had discovered decades ago.
#4 – Be sure to check out my “ExPat Files” You Tube Channel: become a subscriber (it’s free!)
#5 – Consult with Johnny – Schedule a cell or skype call: Would you like to set up a time to talk and sort out your own specific Latin American plans? Just write “CONSULT” in the subject line with a short list of questions/talking points to: firstname.lastname@example.org
#6 – Visit me, Johnny and (ExPat super blogger John Galt) at www.TheNewExpat.com where you get real “boots on the ground” info, experienced expat blogs and terrific one-of-kind reports.
SIGNUP FOR JOHNNY’S JULY 2016 LATIN AMERICAN “INSIDER” SEMINAR
Held in and around Guatemala, Central America- “off the Gringo tourist trail”, Saturday July 9th thru Thursday July 14th. Click the link on top of the www.TheNewExpat.com main-page or email: email@example.com or, or click on the link below (or paste it in your browser)