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I created loads of unexpected connections and friends. I’m not saying you shouldn’t move abroad with a friend, or move to where you know people, but there’s something to be said for being forced to go out and make connections of your own in a new place. When you travel or live abroad with someone else, it can be easier to stick together as a single unit, and you may find it takes longer to make connections of your own.
I love looking at gorgeous photos of dream destinations. It’s how most people–myself included–get ideas for future trips, or find the motivation to save for a big vacation. And it’s fun to scroll through Instagram and imagine what it would be like to live in a faraway place. There is always a difference between Moving to Another Country and Going for a Big Vacation. These two choices cannot be merged anyway. For me, after travelling bundle of countries Officially, Personally, and Diplomatically, I narrowed the choice as it should be one among the following USA, Canada, Australia or the United Kingdom. I know it is highly difficult to choose for a moron like me who perceive all countries equally. So, I decided that this choice should be offered to my better half (my future wife) and make the decision.
I was waiting for the better one to be my better half. Still, to my dismay, all the girls identified as most intelligent and brilliant by my parents weren’t highly compatible, and I feared to give such a responsible decision to be taken by them. So, I took the risk of identifying the right country for me without the aid of anyone else except Google. Had 3 complete sleepless nights while jotting down the country profiling. If it had been some official work, I would have escaped by saying “Sorry!”. But this decision was my life, and I don’t want to make any mistake. I was pretty confident and made my mind that if I commit any mistake, I should blame only ME, and it was ME.
Starting a new life abroad alone is a great way to meet people you might never have otherwise. An International Diplomat like me has read Diplomacy in textbooks and articles. The infield experience has brought insights about life, experiments and various others.