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    If you had to move to another country, where would you move?

    If you had to move to another country, where would you move?
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    One of the Scandinavian countries. Probably Denmark. The climate is not bad unless you get far north in the Jutland area. Copenhagen is an excellent city to travel and move around in with great mass transit. You don't need to board a plane or boat to get out of the country as their rail system is excellent. The people are wonderful to talk to. Most speak english very well as a second language. They have a good medical community. Technology and educational wise, they are very superior to many countries. Their women are some of the most beautiful I have seen in the world. Just a nice place. If you get a chance, be sure and visit Copenhagen. A great city, lots of culture, clubs, and night life.

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    I think for me, it would be Japan. I have been there a few times, and of all the countries that I have traveled to, Japan is the one that I have always felt at home with.
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    Since I immigated from Canada 4 years ago, I'd go back there.

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    I honestly don't want to move, I love my country, but if I had to move, I'd choose Canada as well. It has quite a similar climate, similar but more extreme nature and relaxed people, and also a good health plan like here.

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    Ireland. It's my spiritual home.

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    Mexico, then I culd sneek back

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    Probably somewhere in Europe for the lifestyle I enjoy. I have travelled extensively and would say I enjoyed myself more there than anywhere else overseas. I could never live permanently outside of Australia though - we have it all here and I have the friends I want... and need. Also my job that is second to none which allows me to travel as well.

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    France.

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    I'd like to go to southern Germany or Austria. That's where my genealogy comes from, but I'd want to make sure.i knew German first.
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    New Zealand, spent some time there before and after my 13 months in Antarctica. They are the nicest people I've ever met.


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    I feel all handicapped in this thread. Americans as a rule are woefully unprepared for life in any other country. At least the ones I've known are, I speak passable English and that's it. Tried to learn some Spanish but but little of it stuck. I know most other countries are more civilized and can accommodate my handicap by actually being literate and bi-lingual, but that does nothing to make me feel better. lol
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    I am going to have a serious think about where I want to end my days I have homes in the US Spain and GB not palaces but comfortable but I dont see my self ending my days in any off them, going off to have that thinking time back latter

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    tenerife nice climate and good value

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    canada... oh wait im already there, ok then um norway maybe idk why it just interests me.

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    South Africa , Cape Town . Failing that , Australia New South Wales

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    Am I being nasty - I have found that most Americans are unaware of anywhere else in the world.
    The world-It starts at the Pacific and ends at the Atlantic I have been told many times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megan View Post
    Am I being nasty - I have found that most Americans are unaware of anywhere else in the world.
    The world-It starts at the Pacific and ends at the Atlantic I have been told many times.

    Americans are very insular allthough there has been over the last 10 to 15 years a greater understanding of the world and there place in it but even that is regional bible belt politics is the politics of isolationism

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    New Zealand, spent some time there before and after my 13 months in Antarctica. They are the nicest people I've ever met.
    I gotta say NZ would get my vote. Have been thinking in that direction for some time.

    Mostly 'cause the good ole USA is on a pretty poor slide to hell unless people wake up and get their head outa their asses. You can't borrow your way to prosperity, you gotta roll up your sleeves and make it happen through blood, lots of sweat and a lot of tears. Putting up a safety net is one thing, but trying to make it into a trampoline for everyone just ain't gonna work. This country is turning more and more into a camel. (i.e. A camel is a horse designed by a committee.)

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    I'd have to say Ireland as well. Several ancestors were from there and women with that accent....oh man.

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    England

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    Canada, was born there and was thinking about moving back anyway.

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