There are thousands and thousands of them. They never seem to stop falling off the trees. You have more trees around you when you live in the country. This means more work. If you are planning to sell your property in Hua Hin Thailand https://www.fazwaz.com/thailand/huahin-property-for-sale is the best place to sell your property.
That is a general look at the pros and cons of living in the country. It’s all a matter of taste and personality. If you want to be close to the stores and you like all that traffic, by all means live in the city or in town. However, if you like peace and quiet, the country life is something worth looking at.
I have found that most children would rather live in a dumpy little house but in town than to live in a big beautiful house in the country. There are more kids in towns/cities than in a country setting, for them to play with. You must consider this if you have small children. Teenagers don’t care as much once they get their license. It is just the smaller children.
Either way you go, just make sure it’s something that will make you happy in the long run. I love the country and you may love the city for quite different reasons. It’s all a personal choice.
Although I am able to look back and see how growing up in the country has hindered my social development as a child, I cannot say that it was an altogether terrible experience. It was a great place for imagination to grow, to gain an appreciation for nature and life itself. For this reason, I find it difficult to take a side in the debate of whether it is better to live in the country or city. As an adult I am living in the city and truly appreciating the convenience of it all. Besides, it would be disastrous if no one wanted to live the country life. All of us city-dwellers are dependent on the land and farmers to provide us with food. And keeping up a family homestead can help us maintain a sense of identity and family togetherness. The social development of children is simply something to be considered for those with families who are exploring the possibility of life “in the boonies”. After all, when kids grow up, they are going to need all the tools they can get to help them find their place in this world.