Knowing what you know now, would you still move to this city?

Yes, Chennai is amazing. - May 2019


I was assigned and didn't have a choice. It's ok but I can think of a lot of places I would rather be. - Aug 2018


We have made some great friends and enjoyed traveling and learning about India, but no, we would probably not move here knowing what we know now. - May 2018


In a heartbeat. - May 2016


No. (It wasn't really by choice in the first place.) - May 2016


Yes, but with a bushel of salt. - May 2015


Yes, it was a good family post-safe, kind people, good Indian food, lots of traveling opportunities and low cost of living. - Mar 2015


Yes. India is not the easiest country to live in, but if you go in with an open mind and accept that there will be inconveniences, it can be an incredible adventure. We enjoyed our 2 year assignment, and were happy to leave when it was done. - Oct 2014


Totally. I loved it. - Oct 2014


Absolutely not. - Jun 2014


Yes. India has been very, very challenging for me, but it's been a fascinating experience and I've found there's a lot to enjoy here. - May 2014


I think if you ask me this question on different days you would get different answers... Am I glad we came here? Yes. Would I live here forever? No. It is a hardship post and you have to sift through the bad to get to the really good stuff. - Aug 2013


Definitely. - Jul 2012


Absolutely! - Aug 2011


Most definitely! - Jun 2010


Absolutely. - Sep 2009


Yes, yes, yes. Any discomfort or frustration at the hot sticky weather or unfamiliar customs were far outweighed by the travel and shopping opportunities, freedom of movement, access to culture, history, local families & friends, and the open approachable nature of Tamils on the whole. - Mar 2009


If you doubled my salary and told me I would not have to deal with visas, maybe. - Aug 2008


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