moving to puerto rico with kids

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  3. Mel says:

    My husband and I live in San Antonio and are thinking of buying in Puerto Rico. We are taking our first scouting trip there in a couple months. Living by other families is very important to us since we also homeschool and want it to be somewhat easy to find other kids to socialize with. We were looking at Isabela, and possibly Aguadilla or Rincon. Does one area tend to attract younger families than the others?

    1. David says:

      Hi Mel!

      We are definitely not experts in the Aguadilla or Isabela scene, but I think the answer to your question is that there really is no centralized place with younger families. Our observation is that families with children are spread out in different communities.

      That said, we live in Aguada which is between Rincon and Aguadilla, and we find that most of the organized activities our kids get involved in to be in Rincon with kids that live in and around Rincon. I’m personally not aware of any homeschooling or play groups centered in Aguadilla/Isabela. Hopefully if someone knows differently, they will chime in…

      We wish you the best of luck as you plan your scouting trip and make the challenging decision of where to purchase property and potentially live. In fact, we would be happy to meet up and offer a little on the ground info during your scouting trip. We’ve actually never met another fellow San Antonio family that has moved or is moving to PR!

      David

      1. Mel says:

        Thanks for the reply and we will definitely be in touch when we plan our trip. Stay safe, I know Hurricane Maria is on the way there!

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