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I am in my late 20s, was born outside of the Angloshere, lived in the Anglosphere for many years, and currently work in Europe.
I have traveled extensively (except to Africa) for business and conferences. Nonetheless, it has opened my eyes to the bigger world outside of the Anglosphere.
While not working and researching potential expat countries to live, I enjoy outdoor sports, exercising, traveling, music (listening and playing), books, and just challenging myself and abilities.
I look forward to getting to know, and learning from, all of you.
Hello Mangus the Red, glad you found our forum. What countries have you visited in Europe? Are there any that you like more than others? How are the women in those countries as far as being friendly and approachable?
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What kind of work do you have that lets you travel all over the world like that? Sounds ideal.
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Hi Jamesbond! Thus far, Spain, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Turkey (for those who count Turkey as part of Europe...if not, to each his own), Greece, UK, Finland, Sweden, and Norway.
As far as which ones I liked, I would say I enjoyed the Mediterranean countries more.
Regarding the women, I found that the Mediterranean women were more open and friendly, especially if you knew people from their group. The women from the north took more time to open up but they understood that I was not a player/PUA they opened up (albeit slowly).
Thank you Winston! I work in healthcare profession.
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