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Old 09-19-2013, 09:44 AM
 
Location: Starting a walkabout
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Personally, there are cities I'd love to live in like Istanbul, Copenhagen, Florence, Barcelona, Quebec City, Buenos Aires, Lima, Quito, Suzhou or Kyoto but it would require a lot of adjustment. The place you live is a huge aspect of your life but it's just one aspect nonetheless, although i've lived in Perth (the same house for over 22 years) basically my whole life so I crave a new environment, and totally get where you're coming from. I'm planning to move to Melbourne soon, maybe you should consider Australia? lol
Visited Istanbul, Lima, Quito, Quebec, Melbourne, Sydney, Launceston / Hobart and Adelaide. Lived in London / England, Mumbai and Chennai.

I found Istanbul vibrant. Quito was my favorite place of the lot. Laid back style, not expensive, friendly people, great outdoors. Spanish is an easy language to learn. Just a little worried about healthcare in Ecuador.

I found Australia expensive, especially Sydney. Much more than USA where I currently reside. But a great place to visit.

 
Old 09-19-2013, 11:05 AM
 
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Visited Istanbul, Lima, Quito, Quebec, Melbourne, Sydney, Launceston / Hobart and Adelaide. Lived in London / England, Mumbai and Chennai.

I found Istanbul vibrant. Quito was my favorite place of the lot. Laid back style, not expensive, friendly people, great outdoors. Spanish is an easy language to learn. Just a little worried about healthcare in Ecuador.

I found Australia expensive, especially Sydney. Much more than USA where I currently reside. But a great place to visit.
Nice, all great cities. Yes I think Ecuador is underrated in South America. I dunno why it doesn't get more tourists.

Oz is expensive. I'm in Melbourne now which is a bit cheaper though.
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