Traveling to or relocating/retiring to a new country and culture has it's own special set of problems. Ex Pats and long term travelers/volunteers are faced with new customs, new language and new way of life, this is always a stressful time, called the 'transition' period, which can last for a few weeks up until a year, depending the person and their skills in adapting to a new land. "El Salvador Ex Pat Information" is here to help assist those relocating, retiring in, traveling to or volunteering long term in El Salvador and the rest of Central America, except for Costa Rica and Panama by providing support when required and offering helpful information. We neither rent nor sell properties, land, homes and apartments but are able to advise you the best firms and persons to deal with real estate rentals or purchases locally. We promote established businesses and companies in our country and region that are able to provide services at fair prices to newcomers. Bienvenido - Welcome-Bienvenue-Willkommen, we are multi-lingual and multi cultural.
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