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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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.
good luck when the muslime closes the borders and doent let any one leave
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.
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
its all in your personal perspective, I love india and kenya but would not want to live there. But central and parts of s america are like USA of 50 yrs ago just hope we dont get any more liberal americans to destroy it like they have the USA
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
My sister owns property in Costa Rica, and I have spent several months in that country. I could very easily adapt to their relaxed life style, and could live better there on my retirement than I can here. They have a decent health care system.