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- quality of life (good neighborhood, safety, health system, food, you don't necessary need to be rich to have a decent life...)
- employment rate
- cost of living
- things to do
- freedom :)
- and a bit of optimism for the future
- have time to enjoy life (be happy or trying).
A Senegalese man living in Calgary!
Adelaide is DEFINATELY THE BEST!! small city - so you don't get lost and you know where everything is, never any heavy traffic, not an over populated place, Adelaide hills are beautiful, weather is gorgeous (well, not always...), great places to live, very friendly customer service at restaurants an shops, pristine clean and very modern Airport, and sooo many more!! Seriously though, I LOVE Adelaide!! It is a beautiful place to live or even just visit!! I can't express in words how much I adore this place!! It is truly one of God's best masterpieces!!
not one notice of a city or state in the USA..no surprise....our infrastructure sucks...and Americans are really not the friendliest people, unless u are in the South east / west or Midwest. We do not understand different cultures nor do we want to understand different cultures.
But I still think America is the best country in the world. I can say the above because of our freedom.
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