No as I might be sent to the USA where they have no history, no manners and no culture.
Yes, I would love the opportunity to live somewhere else and learn about another country's traditions and culture.
No. Because there are several countries that are not good to women. I will not have someone take away my freedom just to be enslaved by having expenses paid.
That is not always the case. There are several countries that treat women poorly no mater what respect a woman gives. Many women are raped and beaten for no reason and there is no justice for them. Suppressing others is not something that should be allowed. Anyone who would go for a "free meal ticket" is a fool.
You asked a question. I answered it. You are basing my answer on your experience not mine. My answer is based on my experience. I would not blindly go to a country without knowing its treatment of women. There are certain countries that are very abusive to women who are from another country and do not share their political or religious beliefs. Next time you ask someone a question, be open-minded enough to realize that people answer it based on their life experiences and knowledge NOT based on whatever you have experienced. Nobody is a mind reader.
I am not lecturing you. You asked a question and I answered it. Just because you didn't like my answer isn't my problem. Stop complaining when people don't give you the answer you want to the question that was asked. You said nothing about it being for work. I answered your question based on what you asked, not what you thought you asked.
I would in a heartbeat, if only Australia didn't have such strict Quarantine laws. I couldn't live without Caitlin for 3 months. Would break my heart.
Yeah, we need each other. She keeps me on a fairly short leash. hehe
Indeed. She acts like we're boyfriend/girlfriend. It's quite endearing. hehe She's so sassy!
Totally depends on the quality of the invite. Gut says yes, but if mean people greet me at the gate, I'm outta there!
Not without the choice of, or all expenses paid.
I am waiting for payback my friend :))
i'd have to know which country. even if there's no choice of country, there are some places i'd refuse to go.
sure, if i had the right to say no, i'd chance it..
Yes, of course.<br />
Those opportunities don´t happen every day.<br />
I think it would be a wonderful experience ( provided I can take my daughter with me ).
So, when are we leaving ?? ;-)
The reason I'm going to say no is because altho I'm usually up for any kind of adventure, I couldn't take the chance I might end up in Antarctica. (Actually, tho, I guess that's just a continent, not a country. I mean, it has no actual native population, or government, right?)
I gave up on thoughts a lifetime ago...
Ok... I have thoughts & memories (sum call them) I just choose to never think of them. . .
Lol. Why?!?! BS?!? You don't believe me?
Depends on the country
It's not about choice....it's about knowing before you decide
no i would rather stay no place like home
No way.I could end up in Edi Amins Ethiopia
Well nobody knew what was happening when he lived.I am sure such sort of places are there.
Zoranna, I think it would be wise if Drift2 stays home and maybe pick up a history or geography book and actually reads it !! :-)
I am happy at home.Money can't buy liberty and happiness.
I would pack my bags right now.
Depends on the country: Singapore yes, Afghanistan, no.
no choice?! of course not!
It is easy to believe that things or life is better in another location, however, I know (having been to 9 other countries) that it is not always as it seems.
That's probably true for most countries, but Australia, to me, sounds much better the the US.
Not at all, I strongly I couldn't live in a better country, I like to travel, but this is my home.
Yes!! (If it were the South of France, Tahiti or St Barts)