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Old 04-17-2017, 12:35 PM   #11
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zelfs beter. veel plezier LOl
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Old 04-17-2017, 12:44 PM   #12
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My wife and i have an apartment in Heredia. We had to move because i could tell that we or me anyway was being targeted for robbery. I was warned not to walk anywhere and that turned out to be just 500 ft to a PulPeria on Calle Coderro.
Too each his own. Take lot's of access to money. Extra parts. Don't take a bus with a CAT Engine. Don't go by yourself. Be prepared at times to "HELP A LITTLE BIT"

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if you still life their, we are not far apart, I am near San Antonio Belen
but I see you moved..?
perhaps we can get together one day..
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Old 04-17-2017, 12:47 PM   #13
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haha de massl or zo

so can I get a bus registered in The USA
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Old 04-17-2017, 01:14 PM   #14
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haha de massl or zo

so can I get a bus registered in The USA
No problem at all and you can own real estate.
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Old 04-17-2017, 01:21 PM   #15
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Ik denk dat we allemaal moeten begin met het publiceren in verschillende talen op basis van onze voorouders. Ik heb problemen met iets te zeggen in de Ierse vinden.

Mensen in verschillende landen te schakelen vaak huizen op vakantie kosten te verlagen. Waarom niet bussen swich?
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Old 04-17-2017, 02:00 PM   #16
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Ik denk dat we allemaal moeten begin met het publiceren in verschillende talen op basis van onze voorouders. Ik heb problemen met iets te zeggen in de Ierse vinden.

Mensen in verschillende landen te schakelen vaak huizen op vakantie kosten te verlagen. Waarom niet bussen swich?
Or a Skoolie Airbnb
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Old 04-17-2017, 02:13 PM   #17
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haha ik ben niet nederlands, ben oostenrijks
I found the Netherlands to be the most charming place I've ever been.
I fell in love with a food called "vla". Its delicious!
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Old 04-17-2017, 02:19 PM   #18
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This is absolutely not true, as long as you don't act like an asshole and don't treat people like trash you'll be fine pretty much anywhere in the world. Xenophobic American Idiocy never ceases to amaze me... "DON'T GO THERE! THOSE PEOPLE ARE DIFFERENT AND WILL KILL YOU BECAUSE THEY'RE DIFFERENT!!!!!! HURR DURP A DURP WHARGARBBL!!!" Give me a break...
Amen Brother!

I get sooo tired of hearing horror stories from people who have never been there.

Yes, things are different than here and there can be challenges. Be polite, respectful, CAUTIOUS and exercise common sense.

$20k to drive a bus to CR? Perhaps a bit on the high side. I guess it depends on your style of travel. Folks that i KNOW have done it on a fraction of that.

Question for the OP: Do you need co-drivers?
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:23 AM   #19
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I found the Netherlands to be the most charming place I've ever been.
I fell in love with a food called "vla". Its delicious!

hahaha that's fun, I never considered VLA as food but its lekker , but I guess everything eatable is considered as food, that said I never did consider a McDonalds as restaurant either..lol and easy on your stomach if one does not eat toooooooo much..

But I started this thread to find out about "registering a Bus as a none American Citizen" we got from getting kidnapped, to spending for a perhaps 1000 dollar Trip to 20K and 11K shipping, (which I dont think this is nearly accurate) either, but easy to find out which I will, to being an arrogant American , to Holland and now even VLA..lol

Still I dont have the answer about Registration
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hahaha that's fun, I never considered VLA as food but its lekker , but I guess everything eatable is considered as food, that said I never did consider a McDonalds as restaurant either..lol and easy on your stomach if one does not eat toooooooo much..

But I started this thread to find out about "registering a Bus as a none American Citizen" we got from getting kidnapped, to spending for a perhaps 1000 dollar Trip to 20K and 11K shipping, (which I dont think this is nearly accurate) either, but easy to find out which I will, to being an arrogant American , to Holland and now even VLA..lol

Still I dont have the answer about Registration
Sorry for the drifting of the thread. Maybe someone will come along with the answers you need.
Not many of us have ever had to deal with what you're trying to do, sorry.
Best I can suggest is start making a lot of inquiries. Maybe you can get it all worked out and post something to help others who may end up needing the same advice you're seeking.
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