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Caribbean Diving for a Day Job

Caribbean Diving for a Day Job

Many people have a hobby or a sport that they are passionate about and skilled at, but the enjoyment is restricted to a few weeks or weekends each year.

Whether its skiing, cycling, sailing, golfing or even diving and snorkelling,  few of us are lucky enough to live the dream and be in a position to change the occasional pastime into a full-time day job.  But it can happen!

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5 Luxury Homes in Central America

5 Luxury Homes in Central America

Deciding in which Central American country you would like to live and spend some or all of your year, requires very careful thought and planning! Read our blog on 5 Steps on to Buying Caribbean Real Estate.

5 Luxury Homes in Central America

5 Luxury Homes in Central America

To give you an idea of available luxury property for sale, we briefly compare four very different Central American countries and showcase 5 different properties in Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Mexico.

Nicaragua is a country of lakes and volcanoes and will be the site of the second trans-americas canal bringing shipping from the Caribbean through to the Pacific.

This will bring prosperity and jobs and Nicaragua will change, in the same way that Panama adapted to its world class status over the last hundred years as a result of its Canal.

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Bay of Islands, Honduras

Honduras and the Bay of Islands

Located just over 1000 miles south west of Miami, the country of Honduras is an undiscovered gem on the Caribbean Sea. With the Pacific Ocean on one side, and the Caribbean Sea on the other, it is home to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the world’s second largest coral reef. 630 different types of orchids grow in its diverse tropical climates along with more than 700 different bird species. 80% of the interior is mountainous and has rainforests with scarlet macaws, tapirs, sloths and many other animals in residence.

Just 60 minutes on the high speed ferry, to the north of the Honduras mainland, is the region known as Bay of Islands. Roatan, Utila and Guanaja are the three main but very different islands that make up the Bay of Islands. Most people visit these islands to dive the reef.
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