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So I normally don't post shit like this because I understand people don't really give a shit, but I figured I'd ask for some advice anyways.
I just got an offer that I normally would never consider, but after thinking about it, I have never taken any real risks my entire life. I'm seriously considering trying this out.
I went to college down in San Diego, surfed 24/7. It became a very important part of my daily life. 4 years ago I moved to Reno, Nevada and I hate not being near the Ocean. I have a steady job doing commercial property management after trying and hating Real Estate. If I chose to leave, I would be giving up my career that took me a good 4+ years to build, a girlfriend, a nice car, some good friends, and that's about it.
So I have an offer to get a house down in PR on the beach, a job that pays starting in the mid 30's (which apparently is equivalent to 60k+ anywhere else in the US), and it's a two year commitment. I'm 26 years old and could surf year round down there. I have never been to PR, or really ever researched it at all. I have no idea what the living conditions are like or how it would compare to living in the US.
So has anyone had personal experience with Puerto Rico? Any suggestions, concerns, insults, whatever?