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Do you think you would ever permanently leave your country?


Most of us love the country we're from but for many of us in the west things are getting a lot tougher, Having travelled the world recently I've seen some places where I could potentially live and work. But would I really leave my country. How about you?

 

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    Matt Doran (Iammattdoran) 4 years ago

    I think what has made me think about it more is that I saw people living far more comfortably, getting paid a LOT more than me in places like Singapore and Australia for doing similar work to me. Whereas my country is in the pits and getting worse.

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    charlie (celafoe) 4 years ago

    good luck when the muslime closes the borders and doent let any one leave

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    Matt Doran (Iammattdoran) 4 years ago

    Have to admit I'm quite attracted to the idea of spending some time living in Panama. I've only passed through the airport a couple of of times but I like how you can pretty much fly anywhere in the americas from Panama.

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    Matt Doran (Iammattdoran) 4 years ago

    I agree things could be a lot worse. Travelling to places like India gave me a lot of perspective and made me thankful I live in a developed country like England. But I've also seen that things are a lot better in some places too. Thanks


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    Matt Doran (Iammattdoran) 4 years ago

    Interesting answer. Sounds like you're in at a different point in your life so for you the drivers behind a move may be a little a different. I met a lot of retirees who were 'living the good life' in less developed countries on my travels


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