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BBNers - International Experiences Thread - Sharing Global Information & ExperiencesViews: 592
Aug 29, 2007 4:57 am I am a Globe Trotter

Hi , reading the experiences of people here , I thought of penning down some of my own.

I have to Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Netherlands, USA and Canada. Next trip due is to UK.

Common observation about Nordic countries is people are warm, sensitive and agile people. Its difficult to approach them initially for friendship inside work place but as they get used to your presence, things just flow smooth :-). My favorite in Europe is Germany and places in Germany I liked were Kiel, Heidelberg and Frankfurt. Munich is big and Cologne is picturesque. Its easy but quite monotonic life in Germany or for that matter erstwhile Europe cuz everything is laid down to last detail.If you are not on the wrong side of the law then you are fine.

In USA I loved Newyork. I would say for a guy like me its the place to be in.Night life is great and so are people.Striking a conversation over alcohol in a lounge, pub or bar is much easier than here in India.Needless to say the variety of eateries you get in NYC is beyond imagination and also the deals to shop :-). I picked up Levis 501 for just $40.In India its around 3 grands.

My recent visit was to Toronto, Canada. The reason was two fold : first to see how Canada was and second to explore the Job market as I have filed for my immigration there. I would say that Canada has best of Europe and US so far. The reason being that so far the immigration hasn't been much from the specific sets of communities who are pronounced to create nuisance value in US and other parts of the world.

In trems of specifics like cost to stay etc, just ping me on my page and I shall give you a detailed overview.


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