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Thinking of a permanent move to paradise?

Brits! Are you seriously looking to move permanently to paradise? Are you and your family considering a move to a place such as the Caribbean, Costa Rica, Panama, the Maldives or somewhere just as exotic? Would you like to road test this new life experience before making the final plunge? If so, the BBC would love to speak to you!

BBC 2 is making a new series about families and couples considering a move to such places and are looking for people who want to experience the new life they dream of before making the big decision to move. There will be a real opportunity to experience the kinds of homes, jobs, and schools on offer. It is hoped that the series will give an invaluable journey to those taking part, as well as highlighting the realities and things to consider for those watching at home.

Perhaps you’ve started the process of relocating?

Maybe you’ve chosen where but need help?

Are you considering selling your property to fund your move?

Perhaps you’re just seriously thinking of jacking it all in and heading to sunnier climes?

To find out more with an informal friendly chat please call Claire on 0117 974 6666 or email wantedinparadise@bbc.co.uk

 

Written by Paul Steele

Founder of BaldHiker.com and avid hiker, climber and trekker. Never liking to sit still and always seeking new adventures around the world. Sharing personal views here and tweeting live via @paul_steele

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  1. This sounds like such a great series & reality based show that I feel many people would tune in to watch. It’s lifestyle and exciting! I would love to hear more about it. I am an actress/co-host in a pilot adventure & wine series & I adore travelling. So does my husband were worldly travellers. And we have a passion for beaches in sunny destinations like Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, and Hawaii. By all means please explain more about this upcoming series. Do you need to be living in the UK?

    Thank you
    Silvana 🙂 cheers

  2. We have a bit of Paradise here in Tassie. But currently looking at living OS for for 6-8 months for a few years. Malta, Ecuador as a base for travels without the $2k and 30 hour flights. Speaking of, when are you coming for a visit?

    David T

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