QUOTE(thekohser @ Mon 15th November 2010, 6:33am)
I'm saving up a reserve fund that will jet my family and me to a mountainside in the Caribbean, to ride out our days above the rising sea level and out of contact of U.S. monetary policy and the Internet itself, while we're at it.
The lets out Belize, which is locked to the US dollar 2:1. And of course Puerto Rico. And Cuba is the farthest from any US inflence, but at the same time sucks because of it.
The Caribbean in general is a good choice, though. The Dutch Antillies are nice and still politically evolving. Costa Rica, the Bahamas and Caymans are exquisite. Probably my favorite place to dive in terms of beauty/dollar is Cozumel, but of course that's Mexico and comes with whatever problems the mainland is headed for. Which are a lot.