There are three kinds of people who come on a Panama Relocation Tour: (1) Those who are ready to relocate to Panama and are looking for an affordable place to live for their next adventure, (2) Those who are investigating places to retire later, and (3)those who want to have a Plan B just in case they need to leave their country later. Today, I’m going to write about the Plan B group.
I have not watched the news in several years. Instead, I get my news from people from all over the world who come on a Panama Relocation Tour every month. Friends and family forward news articles to me too. What I’ve learned about what’s really going on around the world is a bit scary and it makes me ever so grateful that I live in Panama where there’s peace and everyone just gets along.
Sadly, other countries are not so lucky. This is what tour clients are reporting:
In South Africa and Zimbabwe, people are afraid to go to a grocery store or walk down the street unless they have a gun or a body guard to protect themselves. It’s dangerous to let their children go to school. It’s even dangerous to stop at a red light. South African farmers are murdered every day.
In Hong Kong, the protests are getting worse every day. I’ve been told by tour clients that a major revolution is coming soon there. All flights in to and out of Hong Kong have been cancelled.