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I choose expat life in a foreign, non-English speaking culture. In fact, hubby and I walk around the city – once for 13 km – and get home at odd hours and never have any fear. I have learnt many things from interacting with and observing expats and locals alike.
Regarding the quality of life, Kuwait was placed in the second last position.
Kuwait was placed in the 60th position in terms of entertainment options for expatriates, and in 50th position in terms of traveling and moving around in the country.
(traditional markets) spread out across the city, to high end fashion where I can’t even afford to look at a sock. The downside is that the huge amount of European, US and Arab food chains, restaurants and imports – coupled with the lack of outdoor activity – means the inevitable Middle Eastern expat weight gain is going to happen. I now know that the ultimate (and my fave) Egyptian dessert is – a glorious concoction of pasty, cream, rose water and pistachios; that Lebanese jams and breads are Ah-Maze-Ing; and that French coffee done the Arab way is the best end-of-meal sip.
Mostly, they’ve grown exponentially from mixing with kids from all over the world.However, the island – which is one of the few remaining British Overseas Territories – is one of the most expensive places in the world to live and residents must pay payroll tax, social security, property taxes and customs duties at 25 per cent.The Cayman Islands, another well-known offshore financial centre and British overseas territory, draw the wealthy to their shores thanks to zero income and capital gains taxes.It is also not easy to make lasting friendship or even feel at home in Kuwait.Only five percent of the respondents admitted that they feel like they are in their own country while they are in Kuwait while only 7 percent said it is easy to make lasting friendships in Kuwait. Once we accepted that, life here became an adventure. Their school is on the forefront of technology too and as much as I moaned setting up their i Pads, I love that they use them in class.