Канада vs Австралия

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  1. 75Vad

    75Vad Администратор Команда форума Блогер Житель Австралии

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    Canada.

    Canada is a nice place. Imagine a nicer, colder, cleaner, more polite, sensible and more relaxed United States. When I visited I got the impression it is very livable, you could easily settle in, become part of a community and live in this friendlier more polite America. I found Quebec a novelty, particularly because of the French speaking. But for me, it seemed the whole country was quite happy to be slightly better than the US. That seemed to be the main goal. Slightly better.

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    Many people state the great thing about Canada is that you’re close to the US. Then why not live in the US instead? The Climate means mild summers and cold and long winters. They had lots of wilderness, but not many go out there, and you can only really utilize it during Summer. Winter, Canadians try their best to isolate themselves from outside and have complete tunnel networks to move between buildings so you never have to go outside. Sometimes this bubbleness continues into summer. Bubble people living in cities where you don’t need to go outside.


    Canada has had mild growth, but was affected by the GFC. House prices in many Canadian cities are quite expensive. Canada is doing alright economically.

    Canada has a strong oil industry and that and being slightly cheaper to make some things due to tax incentives in Canada and nearby trade seemed to keep them happy. Canadians generally were a bit more worldly than Americans, but were still pretty low on the international awareness. They know and love Europe and the US. That is where holidays can be had.

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    The person I worked with came from a small town in Alberta, so was a bit more rugged than some city Canadians. She loved Australia and had done several exchanges previously.

    Australia

    Australia is a big sunny country. Sydney has an excellent climate, very Mediterranean in feel. Melbourne is generally cooler, Tasmania has a climate more familiar to people from the US and Europe.

    Australia’s economy is an economic miracle. It has had the longest period of continuous growth, ever, of any nation in the world.

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    Arguably Australia’s economy is both diverse and strong. Australia isn’t too reliant on the US, or Europe or Japan or China. It has a sizable mix of these. China certainly does like Australia.

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    So how attractive is Australia? Well, it is where most millionaires are moving to.



    While Canada is a nice place, I never found its cities amazingly attractive. The forests looked very nice, but the cities, just seemed like slightly cleaner American cities. I was unimpressed with Montreal.

    Sydney, with its botanical gardens meeting the harbor, the Opera house and the bridge really does seem to meet expectations of what an Amazing view should look like. With plenty of sand stone character and modern buildings, a happy medium of personality and style.

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    Sydney really is spectacular.


    Manly beach. Forget Bondi.

    Australia having such a nice climate love to be outside enjoying it, year round. One of the key ways any coastal Australian (or one near a river) can enjoy the great Australian out doors is fishing. Lots of people own or rent boats, or just go fishing off a beach, a rock or from the shore.



    People generally live in the major capital cities, but there seems to be more effort to keep some of the natural beauty alive in the cities.


    Melbourne

    Australians also tend to live in large houses. By large, I mean the largest in the world. Bigger than Canada, bigger than the US.

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    Australian houses also tend to have extensive outdoor areas and many houses have pools. Given the climate in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, pools make a lot of sense and provide a fantastic way to share family time at home.


    As part of this, Australians love BBQ’s. Australians eat more meat than anywhere else in the world. More meat than Americans, than Canadians, than Argentinians and Germans.

    If it can be picked or killed, it goes onto a BBQ. Mushrooms, asparagus, prawns, fish, crabs, sausage, kebabs, onions, steaks, chicken, squid, octopus, kangaroo, corn, pineapple, egg, ham, pork. A lot of Australia's multiculturalism comes through on the BBQ.


    Australians also like socialising at pubs. But rather than some tiny UK style pub, Australian pubs embrace the outdoors. For Americans often they say it feels like Hawaii, sandy beaches are everywhere.

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    Not everyone lives in the capital cities.

    Australia has more wild and original side. Smaller country towns with their own unique feel.


    Dubbo in NSW.

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    Ballarat in Victoria. Victoria is famous for its bluestone buildings, Ballarat had a massive gold rush, and has a huge amount of 18th century buildings.

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    A Queenslander home in Bundaberg.

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    Broken Hill

    So my view is Australia is an awesome place to live. It has very high levels of education, health, wealth and natural beauty. I wouldn’t raise my kids anywhere else. You can swim in rivers and drink water from streams. The economy has had a very strong boom. People tend to live outside more. The colour palette in Australia is very vibrant.

    Its more complex, and Australia being so far from everyone has I think developed more of its own quirky identity. It is less self absorbed, and more curious.

    People tend to travel more, to more diverse places.

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    1) New Zealand

    2) Indonesia

    3) USA

    4) UK

    5) Thailand

    6) China

    7) Singapore

    8) Fiji

    9) Japan

    10) India
     
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  2. Alexander M

    Alexander M Новичок

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    Вроде бы и проще в эту Канаду чем в Австралию.. но когда сравниваешь климат России и Канады, то понимаешь на сколько это большой минус для меня - мерзнуть 5-го апреля в Канаде при -19 гр., по сравнению с моими +13 гр. на юге и +8 гр. в центральной России..

    И снега там хренова туча, и общественного транспорта нет.. и Интернет со связью дорого и не качественно..
    Телки все в шубах круглый год и не красивые..
    Один плюс - я не пью, и дорогое бухло мне не нужно. Хотя.. в Канаде при такой весне, грех не запить..

    А в Австралию только через рабочую визу временную, и то.. по воде писано..

    Как вам погодка? :-)
     

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  3. Outcast

    Outcast Модератор Команда форума

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    Если климат настолько принципиален, то добро пожаловать в Ванкувер. -19 это сегодня? Может это на северах, где никто не живет. В крупных городах вроде Торонто или Калгари в эти времена минусовые температуры это уже редкость.
     

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  4. Heleg

    Heleg Активный участник Житель Австралии

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    Как я уже говорил ранее не стоит недооценивать те возможности которые сейачс есть, Канада не проходной двор, настанет день и там завернут гайки и в таком случае разговоры о погоде будут уже бесполезны
     
  5. Outcast

    Outcast Модератор Команда форума

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    Канада
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    19.12.2018
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    Более того, в Канаде строже с возрастом и в 35+ шансы уже околонулевые при нынешнем раскладе. Так что никто не запрещает сначала уехать в Канаду, а там, если сильно неймется, можно продолжать попытки отправиться в Австралию куда до 39 вполне реально пройти. Я может так и сделаю.
     

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