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Postby Kay » Mon 28 Jul 2014 00:07 GMT

You don't necessarily have to move country to achieve what you want - consider just moving location within the country.

Every country, in my experience, has different types of places to live - rural and urban. Even within those there are many different types. Take any city - London, Bangkok, Paris - the location within the city can make a heck of a difference.

There's no need to move country as a first resort - you only do that if that's what you want to do or if it's necessary for some reason.
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