When English people move abroad, almost half (46 percent) miss traditional dishes such as bangers and mash and black pudding.
More than a third (37 percent) miss their favourite TV programmes, such as Only Fools and Horses, according to a major new survey of expats by BUPA International.
But surprisingly, in spite of craving familiar foods and TV programmes, the majority of English expats say they are actually happier abroad.
Findings from research by the world’s largest expat health insurer show that three in four English expats now call their new country “home”, while a third say they feel healthier since moving abroad, thanks to better weather and an improved quality of life.
Ninety-three percent of the English surveyed also said they would recommend the expatriate life to others, with over half declaring that “they get the best of both worlds”.
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