A statement some gringo expats will see online about how it’d be better if we either stayed to fix our own countries and/or hustled harder back home instead of choosing the easier life abroad.
Which is better? Bargaining or the meter when using Latin American taxis as an expat gringo?
When you get questions and interest from gringos you knew back home wanting the expat life in Latin America: beaches, booty and booze.
How some folks hide behind being “the local” to justify their retard statements about life down here and how the “wisdom” of “the local” isn’t always so wise.
Discussing briefly the obvious shift in the expat community in Latin America over the last decade.
How moving to another country, including those in Latin America, involves missing shit from back home and the joy you get when you find those things down here.
Are gringos appropriating the struggle of illegal immigrants? How dare they call themselves immigrants or even illegal immigrants!
Discussing the idea of a “gringo immigrant community” and why it doesn’t feel like it exists despite so many self hating gringos and Latin Americans with an inferiority complex demanding gringos call themselves “immigrants” instead of expats.
A minor tip on getting around moments where they ask for your ID in Latin America when you don’t have it on you.
How gringos should remember that things don’t run the same down here as foreigners from “the first world” and that their way of enjoying life down here as tourists can be different than how they’d do it back home.