are you a US citizen?Hello!
I plan to take classes from the Open University (UK), however, I need to be living in an European zone of the EU. I would like to know what is the cheapest place to live in this zone. I will be staying at least 2 years,
thanks in advance,
Or is it Cyprus???Hi. My name is Tim, but some folks call me cowboy, on account of how I drag my heels when I walk. I'm American, and my wife is Australian. We've been over to Oz together 3 times and hope to move over in the next year or two.
I have my PR visa (spousal 309) application in at the Aussie Embassy in Washington DC, and have done my medical checks, so now it's just a waiting game. I'm too confused about all the processing timelines to have any idea how long I'll be waiting, but I'm not too fussed about it. It'll come through when it comes through.
We're considering both Perth and Sydney as possible places to live.
Thanks in advance for any information you help me with. The forum posts I've been reading so far have been fascinating. There's a lot more to think about with a move like this than I had considered.
Cheers. Nice to meet you.
please can anyone tell me what the internet is like in cyprus.We are all avid xbox gamers so would need a good service to allow us to connect three consoles at the same time.Also would it be in our best interest to bring out a wireless router or can you get them there no probs.What sort of price would we be looking at for a good service provider.Any feed back will be appriciated.
Quality of life an issue for you? If it is, you may want to visit some of these places first. I've been to all of the above, and I would not even think of the living in the Tirana, nor Skopje, nor Saravejo.The least expensive city in Europe is Tirana in Albania, followed by Macedonia’s Skopje, Sarajevo in Bosnia Herzegovina, Minsk in Belarus. Hope this help's in some way!!