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A Kiwi and a Brit 50yrs young - How can we live in the same timezone?

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Hi my best friend is a New Zealander and I am a Brit, we both have our native passports.

We have spent the lat 20 years travelling every 2 or 3 years to spend 3 weeks precious time together. Taking it in turns to meet up in East Asia, or travelling to each others side of the earth -Europe and UK, New Zealand & Australia. We want to make plans to live the next and prob last best 10 years left in us, in the same time zone, preferably in the same country. Does anyone have any suggestions?

We can spend 6 months in each others countries as visitors without Visas which is possibly what we are going to aim towards, we both need to work, but might have to take that in turns 6 months at a time. We don't have enough funds to buy our way into either country.

Are we missing a trick anywhere here... Is there anyway we can live and work in the same country as best friends?

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