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09 Dec 2017 09:27:

The one single thing which makes a country enjoyable to live in is the indigenous people. Spanish people are warm hearted, tolerant, kind and patient. They make every effort to communicate with foreigners who struggle with their language and have none of the prejudice found elsewhere in some European countries. All this despite their coastal country being heavily populated with people from almost every nation on earth.

The only negative for me personally about living in Spain is dealing with the bureaucracy. I find the cost of living compared to France very similar except for healthcare costs.

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08 Dec 2017 12:40:

Buenos Hasta Rocket

It's always a good idea to make positive changes in your life. Bon courage!

However just ask yourself if you can easily live without the regular contact of family and familiar friends. Living in Europe separates you from them eventually in many ways you don't envisage at the start, despite your best efforts.

It is the one single issue for older people that creates loneliness and in some cases forces people to go back to UK.

If you can afford it you can overcome that potential issue by keeping a place in both countries and sharing your time between the two. If not consider the implication.

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01 Sep 2017 11:20:

Britain is leaving the EU. All agreements and treaty obligations have to be re-negotiated by the UK with the EU on the basis it will be a seperate nation in future. That includes the EHIC concession for EU citizens healthcare along with a long list of other matters they seem to be at odds with.. 

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01 Sep 2017 09:06:

The EHIC may well become a thing of the past for most Brits post Brexit. Travel insurance will then become an essential for European travel.

The European Commission is at this stage only prepared to agree that UK citizens living in the EU at the time of separation and registered as such should keep access to their EHIC.

The Commission and the UK have agreed this limited retention of the EHIC as part of discussions about citizens’ rights. UK requests to go further have been rebuffed so far.

Unless the British government make some concessions on EU legal jurisdiction for EU citizens living in UK the position is unlikely to change.

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16 Aug 2017 20:59:

windtalker - I think you must be a Spanish estate agent .

That is the greatest insult you could ever make.crying The figures are not mine but taken from a cost of living comparision site called Numbeo. Read the post please.



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