leaving uk

Old Feb 15th 2004, 9:41 am
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Default Re: leaving uk

Originally posted by Pulaski
It depends really on your outlook on life, food, friends, and family.

Many of the people who complain about life when they move overseas focus on the food being different (they can't get this, that of the other), or being a long way from friends and family. If you can sort these two things out in your own mind then you've won half the battle in being happy living overseas.

I live in the US, and moving here was one of the best things I have ever done, after marrying my wife, of course.
I agree with that... two important points, but you soon meet new friends, and get used to the foods, if not Big Mac is all over the world...
I have lived in a few countries and have no regrets at all....go for it .
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