Moving to New Zealand is a BIG scary decision and no matter how much stuff you research on the internet, your fears will never be totally soothed.
Not until you arrive on kiwi soil, learn a bit of New Zealand slang and start getting on with your life.
In this week’s podcast episode Brian and I discuss what we worried about most about leaving the UK to live in New Zealand (& reveal whether those fears were justified).
Moving To New Zealand From The UK
Looking back, the fears that I had about leaving Bath in the UK to come and start a new life down under in New Zealand seem a bit silly.
I mean come on…Brian running off with a bunch of cricketers at a BBQ??
I’d be so lucky.
But in reality, I spent many a sleepless night worrying about certain things that I was convinced was going to make living in New Zealand totally and utterly miserable.
It’s only looking on the bright side that keeps me going…
7 Common Fears about Life in New Zealand (& Whether or Not They Came True)
This week we talk about :
- Never seeing family again
- Male chauvinists
- Things being a bit backwards
- Not being welcomed
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Links Mentioned in this weeks episode:
- The Free 5 Day Video Guide To Life in New Zealand (the free version of the video guide we talk about)
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