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Susie Busby says her friends in the United Kingdom still ask her when she is moving back.
At first glance, Wellington did not seem an ideal place for Belinda Naudé.
When Lelde Kukle first went into New Zealand shops, she found the shopkeepers a bit strange.
Moving from South Africa has given Jacques and Aldine - and their two little dogs - the change to enjoy simple pleasures, such as a good walk outside.
After trialling life in several different countries, Brazilians Marcel and Nathalie Ferreira have chosen to settle down in Pegasus, just outside of Christchurch.
Half a world away from their old lives in England, Peter Drake and his family are embracing the relaxed atmosphere and beach life of Canterbury.
The rolling hills and plains of Hawke’s Bay are a world away from the busy streets and skyscrapers of her native Singapore, but food lover Ling Li Teo is right at home.
If Katy Smith ever gets homesick for her life in England, she knows how to make herself feel better.
When Liam Coleman and his wife Aga Lychowska-Coleman moved to New Zealand in 2015 from England, settling in Hawke’s Bay was the last thing on their minds.
David Haberkorn already enjoyed hunting and tramping (also known as hiking) before he moved to New Plymouth. But he says the landscape here has a unique atmosphere.
Sometimes, moving to another country does not mean you are unhappy with your life in your home country – it just means there are other opportunities to explore.
A large part of feeling at home in another country is building up an adopted ‘family’ around you.
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