Because you'd rather live in Cairo than Miami, right? Right?

Real estate conglomerate Knight Frank have released their annual Wealth Report, listing (among other things) the forty best cities in the world to live in.

I think they might’ve been on the ganj when they were compiling the rankings, though: Boston (#32) only comes in three slots above Bogota (#35); Miami (#29) is allegedly worse than Cairo (#28); Bangkok (#18) is better than Zurich (#20); San Francisco (#17) ranks vastly lower than smogbound megalopolis Los Angeles (#5); they’re right to say Sydney (#16) is crap, but saying it’s worse than Frankfurt (#15) is a bit harsh; and boring Brussels is allegedly the sixth best city in the world to live in.

(Can’t argue with #1, though.)