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karen haggerty
 karen haggerty
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Hello
Saw your message do hope you dont mind me replying ?
You wrote you wished you and your husband could come na d go and were not stuck on BVI all the time
May i ask why ?
We are looking for a place to move to in the Carribean buying a holiday home 1st then moving slowly over a year or two.
we are property devlopers in london England and want a change of life style
We are late 40s but not ready to retire
We were thinking of moving to Florida where my husband would do small developments and i would work in real estae but the hurricanes have put us off !!
Would you be so kind as to give any tips or information about living /working on BVI
We are travelling to a few islands in the Carribean in Aril
Barbados is our 1st choice at the moment but BVI sounds lovely
Again forgive me writting to you
Regards Karen

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Posted : December 5, 2005 8:40 am
nemo
 nemo
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Re: You wrote you wished you and your husband could come na d go and were not stuck on BVI all the time
The person had asked me if i was "retired" to which i replied, "i wish i was retired & just coming & going. my husband & i both work here"

May i ask why ?

We were thinking of moving to Florida where my husband would do small developments and i would work in real estae but the hurricanes have put us off !!

You will need work permits to work in the bvi.

Would you be so kind as to give any tips or information about living /working on BVI

sure-what type of info. perhaps w/a more specific question i can be of more help

We are travelling to a few islands in the Carribean in Aril
Barbados is our 1st choice at the moment but BVI sounds lovely
Again forgive me writting to you

barbados is very different from the bvi. much larger. much further from the us. not such a "sailing" community. more "rugged" cliff-type coasts in places.

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Posted : December 5, 2005 10:27 am
karen haggerty
 karen haggerty
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Thanks for the reply
Any ideas how i can get information on opening a bussiness?
Coffee shop,,,,Estate Agency ?
We would still retain projects here in London too

We are wanting to change our lifestyle ,,,,,we have agood life here but want to live in the sun in a place thats not so crowded and busy.
We have lived abroard before..India and Portugal.
Thanks agin for your reply
Regards Karen

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Posted : December 5, 2005 12:36 pm
East Ender
(@east-ender)
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Karen: You might want to check out www.traveltalkonline.com which has an active BVI forum, including several BVI residents. I don't believe you can just start a business in the BVI if you are not a belonger.

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Posted : December 5, 2005 12:40 pm
karen haggerty
 karen haggerty
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Thanks for the reply
I will check out the site
Yes I didnt think we could just set anything up ...like the US I am sure we must pay
Thanks again for your help
Best wishes Karen

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Posted : December 5, 2005 7:28 pm
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