Whether it’s visiting or living in these countries, either way you should at least definitely visit them! Everything about these countries is truly amazing. From the food to the people to their amazing structures, what’s not to love about them?
The wages in Norway are considered very high, every working person has enough money to be able to pay for all needed living expenses. The beautiful mountain ranges, fjords, forest, glaciers and lakes make Norway a particularly spectacular country, and travelers are often shocked by the beauty they discover on their travels.
Don’t let the dangerous animals living here scare you. Australia was recognized as the world’s happiest country in 2013 by the OECD, and you can’t be that happy while being chased by killer snakes as you’re watering your plants. Australians are very warm and friendly people, happy to lend a hand when needed, or make fun of you for the laughs. There are plenty of places to visit in the country, from the world-famous Great-Barrier reef, to Tazmania and Uluru.
United States of America
Residents of the USA are privileged in having front-row seats to the greatest free market system in the world, resulting in mega-corporations, an abundance of products and services leading to amazing convenience in all walks of life, and the highest GDP in the world. It’s considered the land of opportunity when it comes to finding a job.
New Zealanders enjoy an extremely high quality of life due to their high GDP, relatively low inflation, free hospital system and their fantastic social welfare system. The crime rate in New Zealand is very low and in 2013 the country was recognized as the world’s safest country. And, that’s not all; the country offers 4 weeks of paid vacation every year. All that accompanied with some of the most beautiful nature and landscapes in the world, a peaceful countryside with low pollution.
A popular vacation spot, this country is definitely one of the best places to live in with its tropical forests and surf breaks. The country boasts a high quality of life for its residents at affordable costs, more so because of a strong public health care system. Whether you want to spend some sunny days with your loved ones or are looking to retire permanently, Costa Rica is the place to be.