John Mueller's Expat Files
From the Department of For What It's Worth Department...
"The Expat Files: Living in Latin America" podcasts, by John Mueller: http://theexpatfiles.podbean.com/
He does seems to be selling information seminars, judging by a mention in the second podcast I heard, but he was low key on that.
He's obviously a professional voice artist - really smooth, good production values, at least mildly entertaining. Not country-specific as far as I can tell, but what do I know? There maybe some meat in there somewhere, depending on what you're looking for.
I found a short review at An Expat-In-Training ( https://johnbrighton.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/why-central-america-15/ ):
So far, the majority of what I’ve learned about the expat lifestyle in Latin America has come from a series of Podcasts by John Mueller of http://expatwisdom.com. The podcast series itself is titled The Expat Files and can be found for free on Itunes. I definitely recommend it if you’re interested in what’s really going on down there. John spends much more time talking about the unique challenges of living in Latin America than, say, daiquiris and palm trees.
In 20 years, John has managed to avoid establishing residency in Latin America. Instead, he takes advantage of the fact that your passport, all by itself, gets you 90 days. That being the case, he simply makes sure to cross a boarder three times a year, effectively resetting his passport.
Podcasts (300 so far) are about 6.5 MB and run around a half hour. Free. You do need to hunt a tiny bit to find the download link, but it is there.