Where would you move, and why?
I presume you’d want to use your current skills, savings and probably language.
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South Island of New Zealand, beautiful scenery, very few people and some incredible mountaineering! Just spent two months travelling there, was incredible, will upload some photos soon once we’ve sorted through all 5782 of them
I’d move myself right on over to the fridge to get some juice.
I’d move to the Maldives. Excelent surf and good internet connection. It doesn’t get much better than that
Planning to choose one of the places that inspired in the past while making tour. All of those are within 700kms from present location (within the language border). It goes with the following combination:
- High mountains, water falls, some forest yet without dangerous animals! (I consider a lot about the last thing )
- No or least possible tourism
Not decided a particular place yet but will definitely move within an year or two. It could be around this area as it looks balanced.
I really have live in so many countries, no place like NYC IMO , not a big city but have everything ,great designer, hot mix girls from all over the world (tell it to your girl bobocel :P) bar’s ,music shows cool place 24 hour action city.
But really there are so many great place, Amsterdam is cool place friendly people ,Ho Solomon Islands group brrr ….talk about unreal place (very hard to find weeds there big problem ) but great place to relax for flash freelancer if no tsunami on the way .
Have had many different fantasies at different ages of where I would live when I “grow up”.
Right now I’d love to literally live in a hobbit hole . Location? Wherever they filmed the Lord of the Rings in NZ.
When I was little I dreamed of living in the US, but lately it seems like a troubled place unwelcoming to foreigners. I’m still planning a Coast to Coast road trip sometime next year, to go right through the heart of the US, to meet the good people. Might rekindle my love for the land.
Also remember wanting to live in Japan at some point, but that went away when I stopped playing Nintendo games