If you’re considering a move abroad and seek a simple, happier life, you should consider a move to Ireland. The annual World Happiness Report reveals that Ireland ranked 14th out of 137 countries, on general happiness and quality of life.
A good indication of a great place to live are contented locals with big smiles on their faces. Unsure where to find that? Start with the annual World Happiness Report, which ranks countries around the world according to how fulfilled their populations are. Here are some findings from this year’s edition.
One of the best things about moving to New Zealand is going to be exploring your new country. Both islands offer unique slices of natural beauty that change from town to town, but never fail to take your breath away. Plus, when you’re all the way on the other side of the world – staycations might be the way to go! If you are keen to buy a New Zealand holiday home, this article is for you.
Many searching for their new life in France, choose more rural locations than they previously lived in. That’s mainly due to the great value of French property. But with that, comes both the joys and perils of country living in France. Including the wildlife. Here we meet just some of the wildlife that you should expect to see in France. Some perhaps, more welcome than others.