I'd Love to Move to Europe

I think that is my place in this world. I visited europe in 2004 and felt in love with every place I saw.

My grandparents were from Poland and I can't get that passport because there are "papers" missing. The only chance I have is to get a job with a work permit. I'm trying though.

Help is one of those things you only ask when you don't know what else to do.

I don't like Argentina because of the people, gobernment and social distortion. Many south american countries suffer the same problem, and I don't want to live the rest of my life in it.

I understand many people that came here from europe or usa, but at last they realize that is not the same they knew when traveled for fun.

You are going to say: "hey, but you were for fun in europe too!, how do you know if it's not the same situation?"
Is a question that I already answered myself, the difference is that I have many friends that moved to europe and NO ONE returned. 

lechuga lechuga
1 Response Feb 18, 2009

Hey sometimes people have to spend their life in other countries to find something comfortable. I was born in Canada but I realize Europe has captured my imagination and my heart! Now I just can't find a good reason stick around here for longer than nessicary. <br />
Time for adventure! :D Yaaay!