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Posted by rickvargo
on 31 Dec 2019

I have visited Bolivia and have settled on southern Bolivia as my destination. My timeline is 1 year or more to make the move. Currently live in northeast US & speak beginners Spanish.

Any advice on planning for the move would be appreciated.

Anonymous (not verified) on 23 Jan 2020 - 10:08

Hey there,

I think learning Spanish is a great first step into getting yourself set up for a move to Bolivia.

I wrote this article for Expat Arrivals a while ago called An Expat Checklist : A Guide To Preparing for A Move Abroad which I think you'd find useful to you. It isn't destination specific but will get you thinking about all the various considerations you'll need to make before making the move overseas.

Let me know your thoughts on the article and if you have any furthur questions

Shantalie

 

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