Before deciding to settle down, you must learn more Facts About Guatemala to ensure that you grasp the kind of life you are preparing yourself for. If there is one thing that is easy to love about this country, it is the Guatemala Food - an amazing mix of Maya and Mexican cuisines.
Amazing Guatemala: A Nice Place for Expats Guatemala is one of the nicest places to settle down if you are looking for a pleasurable retirement. However, before deciding to become an expat, you must first learn Facts About Guatemala. Here are some of the most important things you should know about: * Real estate is a flourishing industry that is well-suited for expats. Costs of properties in the country are low so it is easier for a foreigner to make a good investment at one. * Cost of living in Guatemala is lower than most nations in South and Central America. But low cost does not mean low quality of life. In fact, locals are used to luxurious living and you, too, can easily afford one. * There is a high sense of security among homeowners there. Guatemalans value security more than anything. That’s why they have all possible measures to secure their properties including high walls and cameras installed in suitable corners. * The weather is pleasant for the most part of the year, allowing people to enjoy sightseeing and many other activities along the way. Air conditioning and electric heaters are not in demand because temperature range is usually not harsh. * The people of Guatemala are polite, friendly, and humble. You will not have problems mingling around because it is easy to mix in; the locals will not give you a hard time. * Infrastructure is modernized so you do not have to worry about transportation efficiency. You can easily travel from one place to another with ease because transport options are all cost-efficient and quite effective. * The country offers many choices to keep you entertained. Theaters, operas, orchestra, museums, and nightclubs are widespread. No matter where you are, you would certainly find an entertainment center nearby. * It is easy to love the Guatemalan lifestyle. There are lots of activities available from water sports to shopping and food tripping. Taking a bite of their food is exceptionally interesting. The Taste of Guatemala Food Talking about food, Guatemala has a very rich food culture that you should not miss out on. For one, the breakfast meals in the country are simple but rich. They usually involve a bite of fresh produce like bananas and papayas and avocados partnered with a luscious cup of local coffee. For another, most meals are identical to the Mexican cuisine, which is basically simple but rich as well. Meat stews and soups usually pepper a complete meal. Their most famous dishes usually include chiles, corns, and beans as key ingredients. Elotes is a favorite recipe among the locals. It is basically roast ears of corn spiced flavored with some chili, mayonnaise, cheese, and lime. Other notable dishes include fiambre, a traditional food usually eaten to celebrate the Day of the Dead as well as the All Saint’s Day.
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