I don't miss Wales, but I do miss services and fair taxes
There is no greater pain in the ass than a returned emigrant who regales you with tales of how life is so much better in their new adopted country. Examples include fewer taxes, warmer weather, cheaper costs of living, a hectic social life, brilliant infrastructure and a bigger scale to everything.
Whether it is the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand or the UK – they explain how they wouldn't return to this banana republic.
For me, having spent almost one-and-a-half years in south Wales, faraway hills are not green. I'm so pleased and relieved to be back in my own home surroundings – I would never live anywhere else.