AegenemmnoN you speak (type :p) perfect English. comeover here Spider. :)
I guess the fact that one of two books I read is written in English, helps a bit :). (Don't worry Biggus, 1/20 is written in French :p.)
Sweden, Norway or Denmark good countries but hard to learn the language
You can move to Switzerland, great hill scenery and view, plus I'm sure people there have grasps of the English language, it's not very populated...
Isn't Canada also a good place to move to even though it ain't European?
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
ExploderIsn't Canada also a good place to move to even though it ain't European?
If I were to move out of the United States, Canada would undoubtedly be my first choice. Europe just does not satisfy my preferences.
17th June 2002
Britain has a higher population density than China. I wouldn't move here if you don't want to move to a county with a high population density. Lots of hills and lakes though, and being an island, you don't have to go far to reach the sea.
And don't forget the weather! One of the few countries that has weather even worse than that of Belgium. On the plus side, most of Europe (- Turkey) is safe from tsunamis, hurricanes, dangerous animals&plants, wars (well, Western Europe) and - heavy - earthquakes. Oh, and a very rich culture...
I'm considering moving to Ancient Rome/Greece, once I fully master the language, and if I can be part of the cultural élite. Modern Italy would be nice too, if it wasn't for Berlusconi.
17th June 2002
There's nothing wrong with British weather! It's not raining this half of the day! It's too cold!
Yes. No extremes. Miserable weather, but it won't kill you or throw things at you. Well, most of the time.