30 September 2020
Why did you leave Catalonia?Visiting new places and meeting new people is one of my passions. My family loves to travel too, and we used to spend every holiday abroad from the time I was a little child....
Why did you leave Catalonia?My wife was offered the opportunity to move to Mexico. We had already lived three years in Dublin, so living abroad was nothing new to us and we like to know about new cultures....
Pere Agustí is 38 years old, and is from Sabadell. Since 2005, he has lived in the capital of Estonia. He works for a cruise line that carries tourists from all over the world.
Albert Garcia Adell is from Barcelona. Twelve years ago he went to Brazil to teach at a local university. He's now a professor there and has no plans to return.
MARTA Sánchez Blasco moved from Catalonia to Vancouver in 2000.
Grau Agustí and his Ecuatorian wife headed to her country in search of opportunity nearly two years ago.
Ramon Querol researched many countries before deciding to settle in Australia
Josep Ligorred Perramon is from Osona. He moved to Yucatán, Mexico, 27 years ago to work in the promotion and conservation of the Mayan heritage
Èric Viladrich is from Olius, Lleida. In 2004, he moved to Quebec and got a master in IT. In 2007, he created the Catalan Studies department at the Montreal University. He is also the president of the Casal Català del Quebec.
Carles Pérez Padró He is from Molins de Rei, and works as a personal trainer in Lima, Peru. He loves the ancient cultures of the Andes, and travels a lot.
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