Ever wondered how much your life would change if you were to move halfway across the world or even to a neighbouring country? Or, perhaps, you have been offered a job overseas and had to estimate how much it would cost to maintain your current lifestyle?
This is the third and final (for now) part of the why I just LOVE the Netherlands series. I've already mentioned some Dutch essentials such as borrels, bikes, weird dietary habits, and all things gezellig in part I and part II, yet believe it or not, I've got more Dutchisms to rave about!
Full disclosure: I am a self-proclaimed Dutch wanna-be. Ever since moving to the Netherlands in February 2012 (I had never been there before), I've been singing praises and raving about all things Dutch.
There is no better time to move cities, countries or even continents than when you are young, single, and without commitments to anything. The world is your oyster! That all sounds great until you wake up in said new city: still young, single, and likely not making a fortune just yet. All of a sudde...