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Is it something anyone has ever considered in the future? Whether its being an expat or going there for a short amount of time?

Right now I'm very happy about where I am but I would like to spend a year or 2 in a different country sometime in my twenties. Mexico and Malaysia have always been the 2 on my wishlist.

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7 minutes ago, Blue said:

Is it something anyone has ever considered in the future? Whether its being an expat or going there for a short amount of time?

Right now I'm very happy about where I am but I would like to spend a year or 2 in a different country sometime in my twenties. Mexico and Malaysia have always been the 2 on my wishlist.

Also, think you mean emigration :)

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Just now, Stan said:

Also, think you mean emigration :)

Yep, I did. You can change the title!

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It's something I'd very much like to do at some point; I've been in England long enough. Unfortunately, I don't think I'll get the chance any time soon, and I'm not sure I'd take it if I did as I'm too tied to this country at the moment.

(Also, you mean emigration)

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I would never consider immigration, after all it caused every single problem that exists in the UK. :whistling:

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I currently live in Sydney, I would love to be able to live in Australia permanently. Maybe Queensland or the Northern Shores in Sydney.

I could definitely live out here, America or even give Europe a go, Spain or Italy.

I personally think alongside getting a career you want to stay in and are passionate about, travelling is key to living a good life if you have the ability to do it. There is no better feeling than stepping off a plane and landing in a new city ready for you to explore and live in. So once I've done my backpacking, have lived in Oz and NZ, have backpacked Central America and with a bit of luck lived in Canada, I'll go back home to focus on getting into a career I like that can hopefully take me travelling again, whether it's to settle down in a new country or to make short visits to several.

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19 minutes ago, Danny said:

I currently live in Sydney, I would love to be able to live in Australia permanently. Maybe Queensland or the Northern Shores in Sydney.

I could definitely live out here, America or even give Europe a go, Spain or Italy.

I personally think alongside getting a career you want to stay in and are passionate about, travelling is key to living a good life if you have the ability to do it. There is no better feeling than stepping off a plane and landing in a new city ready for you to explore and live in. So once I've done my backpacking, have lived in Oz and NZ, have backpacked Central America and with a bit of luck lived in Canada, I'll go back home to focus on getting into a career I like that can hopefully take me travelling again, whether it's to settle down in a new country or to make short visits to several.

Fuck off we're full.

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Just now, Spike said:

Fuck off we're full.

Youre nowhere near full mate I know how big this country is 

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Just now, Danny said:

Youre nowhere near full mate I know how big this country is 

Another bloody whinging pom is the last thing Australia needs. Fuck off.

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1 minute ago, Spike said:

Another bloody whinging pom is the last thing Australia needs. Fuck off.

I mean you definitely fill Australias quota on whinging :219_fisherman_fishing_at_a_lake:

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1 hour ago, Spike said:

Fuck off we're full.

Yeah so don't you dare come back Spike.

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I emigrated over 3 years ago and it's the best decision I made in my life so far.

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Not going as far as emigration, but the plan is for me and the missus to do six months in the States and six months back home once the kids have all pissed off.

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10 hours ago, nudge said:

I emigrated over 3 years ago and it's the best decision I made in my life so far.

Did you live in Germany or Lithuania?

I applied to some jobs in Veracruz as a bit of a joke but if its a good offer, why not! 99% unlikely though haha

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Just now, Blue said:

Did you live in Germany or Lithuania?

I applied to some jobs in Veracruz as a bit of a joke but if its a good offer, why not! 99% unlikely though haha

Both, mostly in LT, +Holland for two years in between.

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I've only lived in 3 countries.

Born in Peru, moved to the USA when I was still not even a year old, moved back to Peru at 2, moved to Canada at 6 and moved back to Peru 12 years later in 2016.

Honestly it is something I want to do some day but not for a long time. I'm too proud of my heritage to go away for long.

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Just now, Blue said:

I've only lived in 3 countries.

Born in Peru, moved to the USA when I was still not even a year old, moved back to Peru at 2, moved to Canada at 6 and moved back to Peru 12 years later in 2016.

Honestly it is something I want to do some day but not for a long time. I'm too proud of my heritage to go away for long.

That's more than most people will in their entire life, hehe. This is my 4th country, but I'm sure it's not the last.

You can be proud of your heritage anywhere in the world xD Seriously though, it's definitely not for everyone. I've seen people suffering from extreme cases of homesickness, it was painful to watch. 

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Well, we all know I spent 3 years abroad. Would recommend it wholeheartedly. Gives you a different perspective on the world and really broadens your mind. Most of all it helped me realise we have things pretty damn good in Australia (even though Japan is still a top performing place). Would consider living abroad again, strangely attracted to England. 

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On 28/09/2017 at 8:28 AM, Spike said:

Another bloody whinging pom is the last thing Australia needs. Fuck off.

Australians are big and empty just like their country

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I can't see myself leaving England in the near future although it isn't something I'd entirely rule out one day.

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51 minutes ago, Azeem98 said:

Australians are big and empty just like their country

Says the man from one of the world's worst countries :dam:

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41 minutes ago, Anton said:

Says the man from one of the world's worst countries :dam:

You took it to heart xD

Well actually thats Ian Botham's quote not mine

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9 minutes ago, Azeem98 said:

You took it to heart xD

Well actually thats Ian Botham's quote not mine

Haha I'm fired up today. Good old Botham 

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On 30/09/2017 at 2:02 AM, Anton said:

Well, we all know I spent 3 years abroad. 

What were you doing mate?

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