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live in the caribbean or live in the uk?

  1. hinazille profile image84
    hinazilleposted 6 years ago

    which would you prefer & why?

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      wendy87posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I was in caribbean last year. i would prefer caribbean..because people here are cool ....and beaches are like heaven,clean and glowing.... love caribbean..

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        hinazilleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        its true wendy...where abouts in the caribbean did you visit?

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          wendy87posted 6 years agoin reply to this

          i visited cities:-

          Santo Domingo
          Santiago de los Caballeros

          Havana was best.......

          1. hinazille profile image84
            hinazilleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

            if you dont mind me asking how much did the package cost you and what did it offer?

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    chigoiykeposted 6 years ago

    once been to the uk and it didnt just work for me. I don't like the uk. Moreso am a huge basketball fan but I think the major sports over there is soccer. Too bad. I will however recommend you go to the uk if you want a place to live because I feel they have opportunities more than the caribbeans but if for holidays or sight seeing, straight to the caribbeans. I love bahamas

    1. hinazille profile image84
      hinazilleposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      you are right in the more opportunities thing - but you can never really be relaxed or free in the UK...its a constant hustle...

      i mentioned the caribbean, but Dominica (a small island within the Caribbean) is a hidden gem...i think if nature lovers knew about its benefits they would be flocking here in hundreds! have you ever heard of Dominica? i hadnt before i met my husband and moved there...!

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        thechirogirlposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        I was actually born in Dominica, but live in the states. My husband and I are actually looking to move there for a more off the grid lifestyle. Hina, how long have you lived there?

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        ryankettposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        Whilst I would choose the Caribbean over the UK any day of the week, as long as I had the nice beachside home and some money to go with it, I would be interested to know what part of the UK you lived or live in.

        When you say "its a constant hustle" I assume that you lived in a major urban area? Because where I live you can't really get too much more chilled out, slooowww pace here.

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    Home Girlposted 6 years ago


    M-m-m-m-m, Caribbean, dream place, never had a chance... money, money,money...

  4. optimus grimlock profile image61
    optimus grimlockposted 6 years ago

    thats like comparing the yankees payrole to the pirates or snookie to natalie portman. carribean duhhhhhhhhh!!!

  5. hinazille profile image84
    hinazilleposted 5 years ago

    hey everyone i happened to come across this thread whilst doing a google search & realised that you might be interested in a fresh hub i just published on Dominica. This is the island i mentioned my husband & I live on, its gorgeous...

    http://hinazille.hubpages.com/hub/Domin … e-to-Visit


  6. AfricaResource profile image66
    AfricaResourceposted 5 years ago

    i think i would love to live in the Caribbean for a few years, i live in the UK now and although there is everything here you need, it's expensive and a change of scenery would be wonderful!

  7. WriteAngled profile image86
    WriteAngledposted 5 years ago

    Well, a few years ago I would probably have said Caribbean, because I like to be warm.

    However, despite the cold and the rain, I've totally fallen in love with Wales since escaping here from England four years ago. The more I immerse myself into Welsh culture, the more joy I receive back in return. I do not wish to live anywhere else now except in my small house overlooking the valley of Treorci/Cwm Parc and the Bwlch mountain beyond.