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5 Good Reasons To Move To Sweden

Here are five of the best reason we can think of for why you may just want to think about moving to Sweden, officially one of Europe's best places to live.1. Sweden Can Boast The Best Benefits In The WorldFor a start, it is mandatory for all workers to receive five weeks of paid vacation, which can be raised if you are older or work for the government.Parents get a total of 480 parental days for each child they have. This ... Read more

Things To Know When Moving To New Zealand

Here are some of our tips for things you need to know and do before moving to New Zealand. We’ve based these tips on advice from the New Zealand government, Immigration New Zealand as well as advice from many of the expats living in New Zealand.Getting A VisaNew Zealand’s immigration rules are very strict, particularly when it comes to employment. Anyone wanting to work in New Zealand needs a visa allowing employment. However, British passport holders can enter as a visitor ... Read more

Spending Your Christmas Abroad

 Here are some of our favourite places for spending those cold European winter months in a sunnier climate. If you’re an expat you will already know the benefits of spending your Christmas or the winter season away from home, but whether you’re interested in a sunny winter holiday or simply thinking of moving abroad and wanting to know what the Christmas there will be like, we’re sure these suggestions will warm you up just thinking about them. Christmas In Spain Madeira is a ... Read more

Have a Weird and Wonderful Christmas in Australia

 Celebrate Christmas a little differently by spending it in Australia, baking in the summer heat that only the Southern hemisphere can offer at this time of year. It is not uncommon for Australians and the expats who live there to celebrate in temperatures well into thirty degrees celsius (near 100 degrees fahrenheit).  In fact the weather is so hot that many Australians go Christmas shopping in shorts and t-shirts with Santa arriving on the beach upon a surfboard. It's no wonder so ... Read more

Spending The Winter In France

 Many people visit France in the summer, thanks to the continental climate of Central France or the mediterranean feel of the South, as well as the allure of its ski slopes and the sight of Paris covered in snow. It's easy to understand why so many expats choose to move abroad to France when you see just what's on offer in France in the winter time. 1. Winter Sports With some of the largest ski slopes in the world France can offer something ... Read more