Don't let the door hit you in ass, ibid! Hell, move to CA or NY,
great beaches but your vote won't count nationally . Hell, better
yet, move to a city in a blue state sort of like NYC cause they
elected Hillary and she don't windsurf but she does portray wind.
Futhermore, the liberal BS is great. I'm from NY and totally
unliberal but rather simple and cheap so don't I need libs telling me
the gov't has agot a better way to spend my money, and I do not
appreciate the NY libs canceling my conservative vote. But I'm so
glad John's windsurfing skills have a chance to go up. When John
windsurfs, he clearly experiences the basic fact that unrealistic
> Wellington NZ might be a good choice. Very windy, and a variety of
> windsurfing venues. Growing movie production scene is increasing the need
> for tech workers. A very decent society, people more reserved than
> Australians, but friendly. Beautiful women? Hmmm.... Well there certainly
> are some, but maybe not enough to give a geekboy a shot at one.
> Perth is the city with the best windsurfing in Australia, though Sydney and
> Melbourne have pretty good windsurfing as well. Prospects for tech
> employment are probably best in Sydney and Melbourne. Most all-round fun
> place would be Sydney - great beaches right in the city, loads of
> entertainment, dining, etc. Melbourne a bit more refined and intellectual.
> I have windsurfed in all the above, and prefer Wellington, but they all are
> good, and each place has a distinct personality. If you've got the brass,
> take a scouting trip and visit each.
> Capetown south africa has excellent beaches and stunning women, but not so
> much tech industry, and kind of dicey poitics.
> > > Looking forward to seeing John doing more windsurfing.
> > my sentiments exactly. while we're on the, uh, topic:
> > one expatriate windsurfer seeks friendly, liberal
> > country, good tech industry, english language optional.
> > must have: good wind, minimal pollution, nice beaches,
> > beautiful women, and tolerant attitude.
> > seriously - where should i move? it's high time. i'm
> > a US-based brit seeking a change of climate, sandy
> > beaches included. top of my shortlist is NZ/Aus. is
> > there anywhere else i should consider?
> > regards,
> > geekboy