@ Tice84: By the way, I spoke with my insurance person and she talked with the owner and said that the main problem with insuring in a foreign country is that you need a residential address to insure. They said that insurance laws can vary quite a bit state by state also.
They said that they actually have a client that is going to be doing some work in Costa Rica and needs to get vehicle insurance there. They are working on it for him. So, they said that either you find an insurance company in the Netherlands that can get it set up for you or look further into the specialty insurances like Grundy and ask them if they have some type of special insurance that would cover your situation.
Evidently, this situation doesn't seem to happen very often at least in their world. Please let us know how it turns out because who knows, maybe someone else might end up in the same situation someday and need some assistance.