Here’s an article written for TheStreet by Chuck Bolotin of Best Places in the World to Retire in which Chuck shares what he has seen and experienced as the one thing you’ll need in order to be happy living abroad….
As founder of Best Places in the World to Retire, I have read almost 10,000 answers to questions about moving abroad from more than 500 expats on our site. In addition, my wife and I and our two dogs crossed the border into Mexico on our Mexico road trip in May of last year and toured the country in a big white van for the better part of a year, which gave us the opportunity to experience firsthand what it’s like to live in unfamiliar places and circumstances. Combining what others have told me with our own experiences has led me to some conclusions about what it would take for anyone—let’s take you as an example– to be happy living abroad.
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