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I don’t agree with democracy so I’m not fussed either way.

I do enjoy the circus.

I honestly think history is once again playing out and not in a good way.

Im leaving soon for the Andes and will watch from afar.

 

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6 minutes ago, Roy said:

The Andes? Aren't they connected to the Armies?

Whereabouts? 😋

Cuenca, Ecuador with long visits to Mexico.  Very early retirement, remarkably cheap living, exceptionally friendly people,  great environment, all year round springtime, excellent healthcare and Lots of buried Spanish gold and silver.

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20 minutes ago, Roy said:

Ok, jealous. 😀

But won't you miss fish and chips?

Curry?

Eastenders?

Rain?

Daytime TV?

Taxes?

 

 

1. There are numerous restaurants from ALL countries and cuisines.

2. I refer the gentleman to my first answer

3. No, never watch it.  Do not own a TV.  However, BBC iPlayer can be your friend with VPN.

4. It rains like at home but it’s usually quite sunny 20c - 25c most days.

5. I refer the gentleman to my 3rd answer.

6. Taxes like death is always with us,  however, some countries have a more humane way of dealing with tax residents.  SOME countries actually give MAJOR discounts on most purchases / government services / travel costs / entertainment - coz they’re very happy to have you there spending!

Final thought, there are around 200 countries out there - most are far more wonderful than you’ll led to believe.  Most are far far safer, much less stressful, much more beautiful and exciting than you could ever imagine.

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Tingles said:

Final thought, there are around 200 countries out there - most are far more wonderful than you’ll led to believe.  Most are far far safer, much less stressful, much more beautiful and exciting than you could ever imagine.

 

 

Yes, I believe so

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