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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    I like the large campervan idea, move around, buy a LH drive in the UK if you can find the right one.
    There are lots of lhd m/h's in Germany, have a look at mobile.de.

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    I moved to southern Spain just over 3 years ago.
    Best thing I ever did. I just wish I'd done it sooner.
    Its not perfect but far better than the UK.
    You can ride the bike just about every day but it can get a bit warm in the summer

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    If you can afford to, "keep a foothold in the UK", has been the advice given by expats I know in Europe.

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    I agree with G&T to keep a foot hold in the UK. Rental is cheap in Spain. Around 400 Euro per month for a 2 bedroom apartment if you take it all year around. I have seen to many people unable to return to their homeland and unable to buy back in. You test ride a bike before you buy it and this works the same for moving overseas.

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