i wont be living in the hood thoughi heard Paris hoods r mad grimy
Yeah I've heard that as well. But my visit was very pleasantFrance has never been on my radar however, I know countless people who went to Paris and even lived there and they are known to be very rude.
yeah...two yrs ago. the weather sucked, the food sucked, it seemed like a bootleg nyc.really u went to London?
Nah im good on london. I would g amsterdam again though. reminded me of Cambridge MA, and i liked how majority of the ppl spoke english lolWould def. hit up London again, but not live. Actually it would be at the bottom of the list to revisit.
I'm reading her question very differently than most of you I think.
There is a long list of cities I'd love to live because I thought they were cool....but that would only work if I was a perpetual tourist or was a lady of leisure. :kicks
Hell, cities like New York and London which I wouldnt normally want to live would become fantastic places to live if you have really high disposable income. You can literally buy your experience anywhere with enough money.
But the daily grind, of owning a home, paying taxes, access to jobs etc. would make many fall off the list quickly.
Otherwise, I'd like Zurich or Frankfurt.....but I would have to learn a new language. Staying in English speaking spots, Australia or New Zealand. Similar enough to Canada but with added benefits of being near the sea to differentiate.
if America dont work out for me, i will surely move to another country. I will go wherever there are opportunities
i must be able to speak the language by that time or English must be spoken by many in that country.
I dont see myself going back to Trinidad and Tobago, so this can very well be an option for me.