In the world, which of the country is the best to live?

In the world, which of the country is the best to live in? That has complete independence or freedom in everything and every aspect of life?

The best place is the U.S.A No other country guarantees freedom for an individual. The problem though is that not very many people desire to take personal responsibility for their actions which is why some of the country is deteriorating. I would recommend doing some introspect on yourself and finding out what kind of values you have. Afterwards, match yourself up with a country with the same sort of values and then move there.

I live in Asia but want to use the US PSN store?

My playstation 3 is located in a country where there is no official Playstation Network store. I would like to buy and download content from the US PSN store.

Someone has suggested Entropay, I have tried that, and it does not work for me. I tried using entropay to add funds to my US PSN account, but funds do not get added.

Is there another way to do this? I really want to buy some of the content on the US PSN store

Gamers who do not live in the US, Japan and Hong Kong regions, or who do not have a Playstation network store normally resort to using Entropay to add funds to their foreign PSN account.

Gamers who find that Entropay does not work for them will have an alternative choice in Gaminglue. Japan or US PSN cards that are available for purchase from can be used to add funds in either the Japan or US PSN store.

I would love to move out of Canada and move to Europe which country is the best to live in?

Switzerland IS pretty awesome – I would say Germany or Netherlands after that (Netherlands has horrid weather, but at least there's always something to see and do in Amsterdam, and it is one of the happiest countries in the world for a reason!).

There are lots of Canadians in the UK. You might find yourself right at home there. Weather can be a little dank, as well, but for the most part it's agreeable with most everyone :)

I lived in Romania, before it became part of EU, and moved to Germany and the States as a child. I miss Europe, but would rather wait to get my graduate degree before I return …

best cheap safe country to live in?

I'm expecting my first child this fall. Can anyone recommend a nice country where I can find work and live in that's outside of the US & other than Canda? I'm looking for:

1) English speaking country-
I'm Asian & hoping for a place that isn't hostile to foreigners

2) Safe for women

3) VERY cheap apartments & childcare-
In America, a 1 bedroom averages about $600 including bills. And then there's childcare, which costs just as much. That alone is already way too much for a single mother who is completely on her own. I'm looking for a country where those expenses would be about half of that.

4.) Somewhere tourist-y
So I can find employment easily, work my butt off to save money & come back to the US one day and raise my child decently.

Some people have suggested Tunisia, Thailand, Phillipines, Malaysia. Opinions? Other reccomendations?


I am an American living in Tunisia and I love Tunisia very much!

Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, it is the northernmost African country, and the smallest of the nations situated along the Atlas mountain range, bordering Algeria, to the west, and Libya to the south east.

The country is so full of history (has been under the rule of Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Berbers, Ottomans, Beys, and French; played a significant part in WWII, was the center of the ancient world with Carthage as the capitol, etc) and it has so many beautiful places to visit! It is unlike any other Arab country in that is has a lot of greenery. There are also many historical ruins in just about every part of the country you go to.

The mountain region is breathtaking! There are fantastic views and an the atmosphere is reminiscent of an old town in Switzerland. Absolutely gorgeous! The coast is marvelous. The Sea is clear and picturesque. The midland and south are terrific because they offer you the chance to peek into a forgotten society – one that holds fast to tradition. I have been all over Tunisia and have visited most cities and have loved everyone because they each have their own special charm.

The people are so warm and hospitable. They instantly welcome you as one of their own and treat you like family. Tunisia is also a very safe place. There are not many places in this world where a women can walk the streets alone in the middle of the night without fear. Yet I often take late night walks and have never had any problems and have never felt fearful. Tunisia on a whole is a very safe country. I have lived in Tunis and Monastir and have visited other parts of the country without any problems.

$1 is equal to 1.314 TDN

Things are pretty reasonably priced here in Tunisia. Let me give you some examples.

A 1.5L bottle of mineral water costs .400TDN ($.30), but most people buy them is cartons of 6. Just a way to not have to go to the store all the time to buy water. A 1L bottle of coke is 1TDN ($.76), while a 1.5L bottle is 1.500TDN ($1.14).

Taxi rides are pretty cheap, but if you want to save on that you can always walk. A taxi ride is usually around 3TDN ($2.28) depending on how far you are going and what city you will be in.

Food prices will depend on what type of restaurant you want to go to. A fast food place will cost you about 3TDN ($2.28) per person if you buy a coke along with your sandwich. An actual restaurant will run you anywhere between 20-30TDN total($15.22-$22.83) for 4 people, including drinks, and many times dessert as well.

Housing is cheap too, depending on what city, where in the city, and how big a place you are looking for. Rents run anywhere between 150TDN-500TDN ($114.14-$382.73). Water and Electricity bills come every 3 months, and those depend on how much you use. I'll use ours as a reference. Our last water bill was 8 TDN ($6.13) and our last electricity bill was 35TDN ($26.81).

Child care depends on where you take them, but can run anwhere from 25-50TDN a month ($19.15-$38.30)

Tunisia is definitely geared towards tourism. I suggest you check out the Tunisia section under travel;_ylt=Ajvu_tkLcfQ.OLPZ1SISVG7sy6IX?sid=396545482

Here's links to photo albums I have on Tunisia. Feel free to look at any others I have if you want.

Monastir (where I live) – a Sea coast city

Hammam Bourguiba – a Mountain city

Djerba – The largest island off the coast of North Africa

Feel free to look at any of my other photos of Tunisia as well:

I also wrote an introductory blog about Tunisia on my 360 page. If you're interested in looking at it:

And here is a blog I did about our recent trip to Djerba (an island off of the Southern coast of Tunisia)

If you have any other questions, or if I can be of more assistance, feel free to contact me. I can give you other websites concerning Tunisia, as the Tunisia tourism website is now badly out of date.

What places in Europe and Asia with snow are the best to live and raise a family?

I am really preparing for my future, so I try to search a country or place which can provide me and for my future family the basic needs for a happy living.

Now I am looking for a place/country which has:
>High Literacy Rate
>Good Educational Standards
>High Security
>SNOW!~[I want it because I never experienced it all my life]
>and of course, a place where equality and justice overwhelms.

Thank you for helping!

It has something like a 99% literacy rate.
Almost all people study and learn at public school which is quite good.
It is very safe and as a teenager, I take public transport at 9:00 at night, not problems ever
The skiing is really good
Equality between sexes is getting better every day
and you can drink the water!

If one wants to live in a foreign country, probably Europe, what jobs are realistic to consider?

I would love to live in Europe, maybe Scandinavia, France, or Italy, but I don't know what jobs I should be considering. Translation?

Translation is pretty much useless in Scandinavia without other skills. Scandinavians tend to have excellent English, and use employees with language skills to do translation work (I know, because I've done it myself for the electronics company I worked with). I have a friend that's an actual translator in Sweden, the pay is low and the work very unsteady, even though he's one of the most sought after translators in the country (for media). If you want to truly have a chance of finding work in Europe, don't bother with translation, it's not in demand unless you have great knowledge of an obscure language.

If you want to live in Europe, you need to figure out what country, first. Then you need to learn the language to a comfortable fluency level, written and spoken, and understand a variety of dialects. If you want to move to Scandinavia, I recommend Norwegian bokmål, because you will generally be understood by Swedes and Danes (and understand them). French will help in many countries mid-continent.

In order to have any chance of getting a work permit, you need to be highly skilled, specialized and in demand. Healthcare (medical doctors and nurses are always needed), technology, engineering, sciences, qualified teaching (any subject), construction/building (highly educated). Offshore work in Norway pays incredibly well, and there aren't enough people in Norway to do all the work. It's one of the easiest ways to get into Europe with a work permit, but you have to be skilled. For this, you need a degree in geology, chemistry, engineering, oceanography, marine biology (focus on statistics/math) or something similar, preferably with side studies in business/administration/project management.

What modern country artist do you think puts on the best live performances?

Please mention what modern country artists you've seen live and which were the best or, if you've only seen one artist, how there performance was.
?: The things I've heard about Paisley's shows are all the videos and things he has going on during his performance. In fact, he even makes animations himself (on a MacBook Pro, from what I've seen) to play during instrumentals, such as the animation played while he's performing "Turf's Up" (I only know he has an animation for that song because I saw it on the Paisley YouTube page).

I've seen Toby Keith every year for the last six years and he always puts on a good show. Several friends and fans get together and see him every year so I may be biased in my opinion. He has closed with American Soldier and Courtesy of the Red White and blue ever since the song came out but each and every performance. the finale still moves me with all the soldiers brought up on stage. My biggest complaint is that he needs to change his set list up because he only incorporates a few news songs each year. There are a lot I am ready for him to let go of.

I will say that last year, Montgomery Gentry toured with him and that was the best concert! Eddie Montgomery is a hoot, incredibly funny and entertaining to say the least.

Brooks and Dunn put on a good show. I love Ronnie Dunn''s vocals but Kix makes the show as far as entertainment goes.

If you are into smaller venues, I recommend Travis Tritt. He puts on a good mix of great guitar playing and some great ballads

I know you are a great fan of Brad Paisley and while I have not seen him myself, I did send my niece tickets two years ago when he was touring with Taylor and Kellie and she just couldn't quit talking about what a great show it was.

Which is the best country(UK/US/Gulf /Asia etc..) to work in telecommunications field?

Iam a telecom professional & just want to know to the best country to work in, thereby fulfillingthe following requirements..
1) Salary
2) Cost of living
3) Freedom
4) Knowledge update
5) Job security,
6) Finally, net savings..

India, simply because of the huge prospects in the telecom sector in the country.