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I think to live in a foreign country for a long period of time you must really like the culture and be eager to learn the language. Also it should be a place where you could enjoy your hobbies or whatever it has to offer. For example if you like to surf living in a place like Bali or Nicaragua could be sick. If you want to make money go to big cities that would provide the best opportunities for you.

Also I think that to live in a country that doesn't speak your native language as a first language you have to really want to learn the language. I lived in brasil for 6 months and enjoyed my time because I like the culture and wanted to learn the language. I've thought about teaching in South Korea but I'm somewhat hesitant because I don't have a lot of interest in their culture and learning the language.

I think those types of things could set you up for a disappointment. If you have a genuine interest in the country ant it's culture and want to learn the language you should be happy at whatever country you choose.
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Actually ideally I'd live in a place for 6 - 12 months at a time then move on to somewhere new but it would require having a job that allowed me to work from anywhere.
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England.

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Unless you're making some strong social connections , or work or living with /making a family with a local in your chosen destination, you end up just "Blowing in the wind" In the end,if you're not close with anyone in the country you end up wondering what's keeping you.

Just another sad gringo looking for a cheap life...you see so many of them,and they spend most of their time talking about home!

On the other hand a few years here and there,somewhere new, when you're young and full of spunk is a Great idea and time well spent on planet earth!
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RE: Which country would you consider to settle
(06-03-2011 04:21 AM)Bronze Wrote:  The countries I would settle down in because of the lifestyle:

- Switzerland
- Austria

The countries I would settle down in because of the girls:

- USA (many fatties, I know... but also tons of beautiful girls without bitch shields - don't tell me something else, I've experienced it first-hand)
- Italy (many fatties, too... but also many beauties)

(been to all these countries several times)

The countries/continents I would avoid at all prices:

- Africa
- Asia
- Everything south of USA maybe except Argentina, Uruguay and those southern parts of Brazil where girls are Euro-looking
- Skank-dinavia, especially the feminist police states of Sweden and Norway
- Spain
- maybe some parts of the Balkans

I agree with a lot of this, but am curious as to why you don't like Spain or Scandinavia ( which seems to me like a more sophisticated US-- feminist and wealthy)

I should clarify that although I am always bitching about American women I just love THEM-- they just don't like ME!Blush
I'm too old for the hot ones.

And I like the fact American women often are not really sexually liberated-- because that means many are more PERVERTED and think of sex as nasty and to be resisted and that makes owning them much more fun, 'cause they need you to do weird things to them to get them off!!!

Like my German-American Catholic girlfriend who wanted to be fcuked as she lay on the hood of my car RIGHT OUT IN THE RESIDENTIAL STREET IN BROAD DAYLIGHT. And yes, I chickened out. "Everyone can see us!" --"So what?" she asked.

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RE: Which country would you consider to settle
(06-05-2011 12:59 PM)iknowexactly Wrote:  I agree with a lot of this, but am curious as to why you don't like Spain or Scandinavia ( which seems to me like a more sophisticated US-- feminist and wealthy)

I should clarify that although I am always bitching about American women I just love THEM-- they just don't like ME!Blush
I'm too old for the hot ones.

On age: I don't know how old you are, but believe me: If you go for women ten years younger than yourself, this is going to work in many (though not in all) cases. Male looks are important, male height is important - but (male) age is far less important. Don't let the age thing stop you!

On Spain: Many Spanish women are ok, but I prefer to get to know women by cold approach. And the Spanish society is a social-circle-oriented society, less suitable for cold approaches than USA. So you will get more blowouts. It's a cultural thing.

Skank-dinavia: Because I don't like women who think their shit don't stink. Skank-dinavian women are fucking arrogant, and what are they proud of? Having a pussy! They think they are the superior sex and men are inferior. Even fattys think their shit don't stink in Sweden and Norway.
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RE: Which country would you consider to settle
(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Out of interest.... why? I am English and want to move to Sao Paulo. Haha
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(06-05-2011 03:33 PM)KanyeWest Wrote:  
(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Out of interest.... why? I am English and want to move to Sao Paulo. Haha

haha I'm also Brazilian(living in SP)and always have a wish to live in London at least for some time. Guess the grass is always greener right..lol
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(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Y'all are crazy..England sucks..especially coming from a sunny country..the lack of sun is going to be a stunner..the weather is terrible, it's expensive..hopefully you do the wise thing and travel before making the big hop

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(06-05-2011 05:57 PM)Moma Wrote:  
(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Y'all are crazy..England sucks..especially coming from a sunny country..the lack of sun is going to be a stunner..the weather is terrible, it's expensive..hopefully you do the wise thing and travel before making the big hop

Really man?
I'm not talking about girls,but overall would you say that the UK sucks?I know lots of (Brazilian/Portuguese)guys and girls who lived for a year or 2 in places like London,Cambridge,brighton and loved it.I love english culture,the music,tradition,football etc..
But some say that on the bad side they found the streets very dirty and that there are many "chavs" and "chavettes"(yup,they told me about it lol)and how they are ugly and retarded.But we have plenty of those types here as well hehe

But Brazil is not this paradise you know,its a developing country so that comes with lots of issues that are far more important then a good weather (in my opinion)...its very different to live in Brazil and to visit Brazil on holidays...but I guess this applies to any given country.

I'll start a thread about London,I did not find any thread here specifically about it here on rooshv.
But I have to admit that a small town in the UK will probably suck big time.
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(06-05-2011 06:47 PM)Mr.GM Wrote:  
(06-05-2011 05:57 PM)Moma Wrote:  
(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Y'all are crazy..England sucks..especially coming from a sunny country..the lack of sun is going to be a stunner..the weather is terrible, it's expensive..hopefully you do the wise thing and travel before making the big hop

Really man?
I'm not talking about girls,but overall would you say that the UK sucks?I know lots of (Brazilian/Portuguese)guys and girls who lived for a year or 2 in places like London,Cambridge,brighton and loved it.I love english culture,the music,tradition,football etc..
But some say that on the bad side they found the streets very dirty and that there are many "chavs" and "chavettes"(yup,they told me about it lol)and how they are ugly and retarded.But we have plenty of those types here as well hehe

But Brazil is not this paradise you know,its a developing country so that comes with lots of issues that are far more important then a good weather (in my opinion)...its very different to live in Brazil and to visit Brazil on holidays...but I guess this applies to any given country.

I'll start a thread about London,I did not find any thread here specifically about it here on rooshv.
But I have to admit that a small town in the UK will probably suck big time.

I agree with Mr. GM. Be here for a while and do whatever and live here while people do whatever are way different things.

Even though the weather is cooler, more taxes, uglier and more distant people (according to you, never been abroad), things seems to work and people has more chances to be sucessfull. Here, in BR several friends already have graduated and can't afford their own houses or a so-so car. That's f* up. (sorry the language).

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RE: Which country would you consider to settle
I graduated at the British School here in Rio (meaning that I'm acquainted with british culture, accent, ways etc. for years, and most of my teachers were British, as well as many colleagues) and my mother lived in Birmingham (eek) for 2 years, and I went to visit her on occasion. I've been a number of times to London, and also to Manchester and other cities.

All I have to say is... England sucks. Badly.

What I disliked the most;

-Food. I realised how well I eat here in Brazil, health and taste - wise.
-Culture (wicked and awful sense of humour... not talking about the "classic" british humour. I'm talking about late night shows you watch on tv where you'd only get jokes about sperm and other bodily secretions. ONLY)
-Girls... not my type at all, looks and otherwise. Seem a bit deranged.
-Accent. Really, Birmingham accent is poor...

What I liked:

-Music scene. Loved all the alternative bands.
-Meeting people from around the world.
-You can easily and cheaply travel to other european countries from there.
-I miss a real winter here in Rio. Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy the summer, but winter has its charm. The place where I experienced the lowest temperatures in my life was England, and the first and only place I saw snow Banana

The only place I actually liked in the UK was Scotland, especially Edinburgh. I really liked it! I liked the accent, the people seemed friendlier and Edinburgh is a beautiful city by the sea, with a castle hanging by a cliff. I think I could live a while in Edinburgh, but deafinitely not London.

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I think I'd settle for a place that has a decent winter (where it would make sense to eat fondue and drink wine by the fireplace), a warm and shiny summer, and be close to the beach, so I can watch pretty girls in bikini. Also, a place with good wine-drinking culture and cheap, quality local wines, and good food. And hills.

Is there such a place? It seems somewhat mediterranean to me...

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my ideal location needs to have nice weather, hot women, decent cost of living, lots of activities, good downtown or center scene, and be within 30 min - hour of the beach.
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(06-05-2011 08:38 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  
(06-05-2011 06:47 PM)Mr.GM Wrote:  
(06-05-2011 05:57 PM)Moma Wrote:  
(06-04-2011 05:02 PM)Mrs. Chocolate Wrote:  England.

Y'all are crazy..England sucks..especially coming from a sunny country..the lack of sun is going to be a stunner..the weather is terrible, it's expensive..hopefully you do the wise thing and travel before making the big hop

Really man?
I'm not talking about girls,but overall would you say that the UK sucks?I know lots of (Brazilian/Portuguese)guys and girls who lived for a year or 2 in places like London,Cambridge,brighton and loved it.I love english culture,the music,tradition,football etc..
But some say that on the bad side they found the streets very dirty and that there are many "chavs" and "chavettes"(yup,they told me about it lol)and how they are ugly and retarded.But we have plenty of those types here as well hehe

But Brazil is not this paradise you know,its a developing country so that comes with lots of issues that are far more important then a good weather (in my opinion)...its very different to live in Brazil and to visit Brazil on holidays...but I guess this applies to any given country.

I'll start a thread about London,I did not find any thread here specifically about it here on rooshv.
But I have to admit that a small town in the UK will probably suck big time.

I agree with Mr. GM. Be here for a while and do whatever and live here while people do whatever are way different things.

Even though the weather is cooler, more taxes, uglier and more distant people (according to you, never been abroad), things seems to work and people has more chances to be sucessfull. Here, in BR several friends already have graduated and can't afford their own houses or a so-so car. That's f* up. (sorry the language).

England sucks trust me folks. Yes there maybe alot of Brazilians living there but there quality of life is terrible.
You say your friends can't afford there own houses and a so-so car, that would assume they have a job. Getting a job in England is very tough these days and that could also be said for alot of other countries.
The weather is terrible, some weeks you do not even see the sun. In the winter time you leave work and it is already dark.

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(06-05-2011 08:59 PM)Amour Fou Wrote:  I think I'd settle for a place that has a decent winter (where it would make sense to eat fondue and drink wine by the fireplace), a warm and shiny summer, and be close to the beach, so I can watch pretty girls in bikini. Also, a place with good wine-drinking culture and cheap, quality local wines, and good food. And hills.

Is there such a place? It seems somewhat mediterranean to me...

Ha! You just described Barcelona. Although the Spanish wines dont compare well with their Italian and French counterparts they are pretty good.

Beaches, not beach, go along Costa Brava and there are a number of small towns that have their own beaches and to me they are better than the ones in BCN. A lot of girls from all over Europe come to the city for the beaches.

Decent winter? This is subjective, for me if it doesn't snow then its decent. So, BCN qualifies here as well.

Good food is the only problem. Spanish food is some Paella and then some more Paella. The bakeries cant be compared to the ones in France. If you like cold cuts then you will be happy with the food to some extent.

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(06-05-2011 08:59 PM)Amour Fou Wrote:  I think I'd settle for a place that has a decent winter (where it would make sense to eat fondue and drink wine by the fireplace), a warm and shiny summer, and be close to the beach, so I can watch pretty girls in bikini. Also, a place with good wine-drinking culture and cheap, quality local wines, and good food. And hills.

Is there such a place? It seems somewhat mediterranean to me...

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(06-05-2011 08:59 PM)Amour Fou Wrote:  I think I'd settle for a place that has a decent winter (where it would make sense to eat fondue and drink wine by the fireplace), a warm and shiny summer, and be close to the beach, so I can watch pretty girls in bikini. Also, a place with good wine-drinking culture and cheap, quality local wines, and good food. And hills.

Is there such a place? It seems somewhat mediterranean to me...

If food and wine is important to you, then Spain is hard to beat........

Spanish wines are spectacular and some of the best reds in the world are produced in Catalonia and the region of Castilla y Leon.

Food is even better. The regional cuisines of Catalonia and Donostia (Basque) are broadly considered to be some of the best on the planet - don't take my word for it -just check the Guide Michelin for ***/**./* restos in Barcenlona and San Sebastian. The Pescados Fritos of Sevilla are out of this world, and cost next to nothing in a tapas bar along with a plate of Jamon Iberico and a glass of good Rioja. Paella? The dish of Valencia is the regional specialty and absolutely delicious.

Lebanon? Sure, great food and wine but sadly the invasion of Gulf money has made the place prohibitively expensive.
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Mystik -

"Good food is the only problem. Spanish food is some Paella and then some more Paella."

Food is pretty subjective, but do you realize that the food world (chefs, journalists, critics, culinary organizations) ranks Spain as having the best restaurants in the western world?

Food experts rank Japan and Spain #1 and #2 (no order).

It is known for having the best seafood in the world. Hell, my main gun Sushi Chef in California (easily one of the best in a state full of masters) gets a lot of his seafood flown in from Spain. I have heard from legitimate sources that guys in Japan do it as well.

Saying it's just Paella is pretty inaccurate. Akin to saying Italian food is just pasta.

Every region I have been in Spain has a very distinct culinary flavor.

I was in Spain for a month last year, ate out at least once per day, and never ate Paella.

Correct me if I am wrong, but I think you have spent a lot of time in Barcelona. You are hard pressed to find it on a menu outside of Barceloneta.

I would actually rank food as being one of many of Spain's strongpoints.

"go along Costa Brava and there are a number of small towns that have their own beaches and to me they are better than the ones in BCN. "

Agreed with this 100%.

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The food is definitely something that would have me semi-retire in Spain. IMO you wind the best seafood dishes there.
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(06-05-2011 11:36 PM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  Mystik -

"Good food is the only problem. Spanish food is some Paella and then some more Paella."

Food is pretty subjective, but do you realize that the food world (chefs, journalists, critics, culinary organizations) ranks Spain as having the best restaurants in the western world?

Food experts rank Japan and Spain #1 and #2 (no order).

It is known for having the best seafood in the world. Hell, my main gun Sushi Chef in California (easily one of the best in a state full of masters) gets a lot of his seafood flown in from Spain. I have heard from legitimate sources that guys in Japan do it as well.

Saying it's just Paella is pretty inaccurate. Akin to saying Italian food is just pasta.

Every region I have been in Spain has a very distinct culinary flavor.

I was in Spain for a month last year, ate out at least once per day, and never ate Paella.

Correct me if I am wrong, but I think you have spent a lot of time in Barcelona. You are hard pressed to find it on a menu outside of Barceloneta.

I would actually rank food as being one of many of Spain's strongpoints.

"go along Costa Brava and there are a number of small towns that have their own beaches and to me they are better than the ones in BCN. "

Agreed with this 100%.

I didn't know that Spain is ranked so high. To be honest, I am not much of a food expert in BCN. I have spent a lot of time in the city and from the point of view of a person who wants to have a quick bite I wouldn't rank it anywhere close to Paris or some Italian city. But you are correct, food is subjective and my favorite in Europe are the French Bakeries and the Italian restaurants. I have been to Italy for only week and I know more about Italian food than I know about Spanish food. But then I never really made an honest attempt to learn more about the food, it just didn't click with me.

Next time I go there I will try out some of the high end restaurants. If you get the time then bust out a data sheet on the eating joints (and Spanish dishes) in BCN. It would be very helpful.

And I forgot to mention one thing about the beaches outside BCN, clothing is optional on most of them. Smile

EDIT: I wasnt living in the Barceloneta area. I dont want to reveal where I was living but it was possible to find Paella in the restaurants in this area.
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Mystik -

If you want an easy and quick overview on the food of Spain, I suggest watching Anthony Bourdain's show on Spain (there may be more than one).

I am sure you can find it somehow online.

He loves Spanish food and gives a great breakdown.

I really wish I had written down names of restaurants from my last trip, but I can't remember for the life of me the names. I guess I could go find receipts, but honestly I doubt I will go that route.

I don't think you have to hit the high end spots at all, although they are great. I prefer the corner tapas bars for a quick grind session.

I didn't have a single bad meal when I was there.

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(06-06-2011 09:30 AM)thegmanifesto Wrote:  Mystik -

If you want an easy and quick overview on the food of Spain, I suggest watching Anthony Bourdain's show on Spain (there may be more than one).

I am sure you can find it somehow online.

He loves Spanish food and gives a great breakdown.

Found them online, for those who are interested:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anLv3JtkWdQ
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(06-06-2011 10:29 AM)Mystik Wrote:  He loves Spanish food and gives a great breakdown.

Found them online, for those who are interested:

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