HuskyPup - 6:53 pm on Aug 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
I'm really amazed at some of the folks out here who seem to have traveled the world in what is otherwise a work-at-home profession. I'm just wondering if migrating with the family is possible given things like the child's education,etc.
I never worried about anything until I had children and then a different mindset comes in and it's very unlikely you'll notice much difference however your partner will!
They're the one who'll most likely have to take the brunt of any day to day problems however kids will love it, it's like a continual holiday for them and the biggest advantage you'll have is speaking English.
No matter where you go you'll find people who can help and know the answers to any problems and, in my experience, schools are always very accommodating knowing how families can move about these days, it wasn't always that simple.
Of all the countries we have lived and worked I suppose Southern India was the most difficult for my children, they really didn't like the very hectic city life and obviously could not comprehend the extremes of wealth and poverty, otherwise everything else was fine and they made friends then with whom they are in still regular contact.