Comparison And Contrast Between Village Area And City Area
People who live in the country might long to live in the city and those in the city may long for the peace and quiet of country life. However, country life and city life has several differences which may attract one person or repel another. Firstly, an elderly person might find life in the city to be better in the long run as there is better access to health care facilities and around the clock emergency services. However, the kind of health care available in the city is not accessible to someone living in the country, as there might only be a local clinic with a rural nurse available. The clinics are not equipped with the supplies necessary for an emergency. In the city, you might not have the privacy that you wish for. You would not be able to go outside without bumping into someone eager to pass on the latest gossip or stop for an idle chitchat. This however is a total different case in the country. You might walk for miles with out encountering anyone and your nearest neighbor would live miles away. Also as opposed to living in the city where the slightest gesture of kindness might be met with suspicion, people in the country take it upon themselves to be as kind and neighborly as possible, going as far as to volunteer to help out a person in need. In the longer run, living in the city might prove to be less expensive than living in the country. Due to the fact that goods have to be transported to the country, the prices will inevitably raise and you will be forced to spend much more than if you live in the city. Also traveling to and fro to shop will be expensive if you are living in the country. People who live in the country may experience a healthier lifestyle than those living in the city as there are not many vehicles and so noise and air pollution is not a problem. In addition, there are many outdoor activities available to those living in the country such as horse back riding,...
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