If money was not a factor..Where would you live?

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I recently moved out of Massachusetts because I could not take the long winters anymore. I relocated to Sanford FL, in the Orlando area. still something is missing. I love the city feel like Boston and NYC, but I really hate the cold. I love the beach and the warmer weather.

If you wake up today and realize that you are set for life and money is not an object, where would your paradise be?
  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by Lucky500 View Post

    I recently moved out of Massachusetts because I could not take the long winters anymore. I relocated to Sanford FL, in the Orlando area. still something is missing. I love the city feel like Boston and NYC, but I really hate the cold. I love the beach and the warmer weather.

    If would wake up today and realize that you are set for life and money is not an object, where would your paradise be?
    I saw a show on the Travel Channel a little while back about a cruise ship that had gone condo. Rather than take a stateroom for a week or two, you actually bought your space and lived on the cruise ship. Your "HOA" fees basically paid for your cruise ship amenities - meals, facilities, laundry, etc.

    The ship roams the world, and you often wake up someplace completely different than when you went to sleep.

    I've often wondered if that lifestyle would be as much fun and as interesting as it looks.

    If I have to pick one place to sink roots, it would have to be someplace tropical and close to the ocean. Preferably directly on the water.

    Here in Florida comes pretty close, although this winter has been as chilly as most can remember. Some of the barrier islands have homes with deeded beach access on the gulf and protected frontage on the bay for your boat dock.

    If money were no object, I've always loved the energy around Waikiki, so a condo in one of the beach hotels would be a possibility.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      I would live in a tax haven...not because of anything illegal...but to avoid paying taxes...(there's a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance) I mean, if I could live somewhere where they don't take almost half my money, why wouldn't I?

      so maybe Belize, Dominican Republic or somewhere equally warm, is where I would go
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      • Profile picture of the author Kenster
        Originally Posted by Karen Blundell View Post

        I would live in a tax haven...not because of anything illegal...but to avoid paying taxes...(there's a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance) I mean, if I could live somewhere where they don't take almost half my money, why wouldn't I?

        so maybe Belize, Dominican Republic or somewhere equally warm, is where I would go

        Yeah, a lot of Carribean islands are great tax wise. They are also beautiful.

        I think I would stay stateside. Probably will wind up in Cali somewhere
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        Originally Posted by Karen Blundell View Post

        I would live in a tax haven...not because of anything illegal...but to avoid paying taxes...(there's a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance) I mean, if I could live somewhere where they don't take almost half my money, why wouldn't I?

        so maybe Belize, Dominican Republic or somewhere equally warm, is where I would go
        I like that idea, "living someplace where they don't take almost half your money" in taxes or the permanent cruise sounds good but then year round 72 degree that San Diego offers would truly be welcome after the 70 plus inches of snow we've had this winter.
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      • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
        Originally Posted by Nathan Segal View Post

        Well, since you're working in IM and presumably making a living from it, what's stopping you? IMO, IM gives you great flexibility. It works for me.

        As for tax avoidance, if you're a US citizen (according to my understanding) you'll get taxed for 10 years even after you leave the US, so I'm not sure how much a tax haven will help you. Then there's the issue of tax treaties with other countries. Not sure how that works wit the US. Seems to me that if you really want to leave, the sooner the better.
        luckily, I'm Canadian

        and yeah, I think I'll be leaving soon...I could really use a change of scenery
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      I saw a show on the Travel Channel a little while back about a cruise ship that had gone condo. Rather than take a stateroom for a week or two, you actually bought your space and lived on the cruise ship. Your "HOA" fees basically paid for your cruise ship amenities - meals, facilities, laundry, etc.

      The ship roams the world, and you often wake up someplace completely different than when you went to sleep.

      I've often wondered if that lifestyle would be as much fun and as interesting as it looks.
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      I saw this too and it's something I'd really consider if I had the money.

      I thnk they hit the big celebrations, France for Tour D France, Rio for Carnival, etc.

      In addition to seeing the World while still having a home, all the onboard restaurants, decks, bars, entertainment, etc. make it an interesting lifestyle.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      I saw a show on the Travel Channel a little while back about a cruise ship that had gone condo. Rather than take a stateroom for a week or two, you actually bought your space and lived on the cruise ship. Your "HOA" fees basically paid for your cruise ship amenities - meals, facilities, laundry, etc.

      The ship roams the world, and you often wake up someplace completely different than when you went to sleep.

      I've often wondered if that lifestyle would be as much fun and as interesting as it looks.

      If I have to pick one place to sink roots, it would have to be someplace tropical and close to the ocean. Preferably directly on the water.

      Here in Florida comes pretty close, although this winter has been as chilly as most can remember. Some of the barrier islands have homes with deeded beach access on the gulf and protected frontage on the bay for your boat dock.

      If money were no object, I've always loved the energy around Waikiki, so a condo in one of the beach hotels would be a possibility.
      Hi John,
      Funny you mention this as I was having a conversation with a wealthy contact of mine that's thinking of purchasing a condo in the next ship to launch (4th I think). Think the cost starts at $1.5m for a 600sq foot condo and goes upto $20m for a 5,000sq ft 'penthouse'. Think they circle the world in 2 or 4 year circles. As said they plan the itinery to avoid bad weather (if possible) and catch major festivals and celebrations. I believe most of the ships have a hotel on board with a limited number of 5 star rooms available to rent for short vacations. Also the ships are registered in a tax free (income) country so you can live tax free (if it complies with your national tax regimes etc).

      Rich
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
        I'm not sure I'd live in one place so difficult to answer from that point of view. However I like were I'm living at the moment as my health is better in warm weather hence why I moved here for winter (average Lanzarote weather is 70f (daytime) in winter with 58f night time temps).
        I agree that I know lots of people waiting for something to live in their ideal place. Many will never do it! Which is a real shame.

        Rich
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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      I saw a show on the Travel Channel a little while back about a cruise ship that had gone condo. Rather than take a stateroom for a week or two, you actually bought your space and lived on the cruise ship. Your "HOA" fees basically paid for your cruise ship amenities - meals, facilities, laundry, etc.
      That would probably be ok for a while, but if you need a change of scenery and your stuck in the middle of the Atlantic, Pacific or Indian oceans it could become very tiresome, very quickly.
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      • Profile picture of the author nickb
        I would still live in New Zealand. Maybe have a place on the sunshine coast for the winters though.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        That would probably be ok for a while, but if you need a change of scenery and your stuck in the middle of the Atlantic, Pacific or Indian oceans it could become very tiresome, very quickly.
        You might be right.

        There's a reason that many Hawaiians take their vacations in Las Vegas, and even move there. One Hawaiian I talked to even told me there's a growing "Little Hawaii" neighborhood.

        Last time we were there, I pulled a klutz move and just about pulled off one of my toenails. My foot was sore enough that any difficult walking was out of the question. On a couple of side trips, when the group had to hike across tough terrain or something, I ended up staying with the tour bus and talking to the driver.

        Seems there's a phenomena called "Rock Fever" that some Hawaiians get. Eventually, the isolation and being surrounded by water drives them crazy and they have to get away. Some treat it with vacations to the mainland, some move permanently.

        Looking into the cruise ship condo thing, it seems that most of the owners aren't full-timers. Most are more like our "snowbirds" down here - they come for a few months and then go home. I could see myself doing that - picking and choosing parts of the itinerary to live aboard while maintaining a base on solid ground.
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  • Profile picture of the author shabit87
    Some exotic island...maybe coasta rica. Somewhere I could feel like I'm vacationing everyday!
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  • Profile picture of the author Toots
    I think I would still live in Auckland, New Zealand during the summer and Sunshine coast, Australia during the winter.
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    I'd like to have an old plantation in Georgia or Louisiana. Something big and Southern, with history and character, close to the coast.
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    • If money was not a factor, I'd like to have lived in Hawaii for a few years, then I'd move to Oslo or Bjorn & then finally to Tizu, that is on the India - China border - love the place.

      I am seriously thinking about this. Why should money be an issue? Is it an excuse after all? While I'm working towards this, I honestly don't think I've made the decision to do it. I'm going to sit down & think!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Al-Leyson
    If money was not an issue, I'd live in Osaka, Japan. I always loved that place because of Japan's history.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Ramsey
    Either Isla Mujeres, MX or Caye Caulker, Belize. I visited both islands this past Winter and MAN was I impressed.

    The internet was quite slow... but worth it.

    I was on Isla Mujeres when Hurricane Ida "hit", and it was a beautiful day. I could get used to living in a place like that.
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  • Profile picture of the author markw2006
    New Zealand for me is the best place around. I am no more than 30 minutes from some of the most beautiful beaches you can find. On top of that winter time, the ski fields are only 2 hours drive.

    In addition we are far enough away from the worlds troubles not to have to worry too much

    What more can one ask?
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    • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
      Originally Posted by markw2006 View Post


      New Zealand for me is the best place around.
      Heard New Zealand is kinda like Seattle, cloudy, wet, clammy, overcast half the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author damham
    australia

    hot weather
    nice beaches

    might be going thier for holiday

    what more could you ask for ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sparhawke
    Probably Paris, I have been there a few times and the people are wonderful, I know of a little Parisian bar that I was only in once or twice a few years ago, returned last year and the owner recognised me. That is what I like

    Most people were I live in England don't even have a smile for their regulars.
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    Florida, I LOVE the weather here in Utah, but the dry air is killing me!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    Cairns Australia - I'd buy my dream block of land that we fell in love with a couple of years ago (although I'm sure it's sold and built on by now)!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rebecca108
    Hawaii, definitely Hawaii. I used to live there but it's just toooo expensive for raising a family.
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    • Profile picture of the author eshera
      Lots of places to think of, but you don't know until you at least visit, however as I learned even in Florida (the keys in the 90's) it's always very different vacationing from living there. That was where I learned to "eat and hang out" where the locals do...my lesson learned well.

      Since I have visited Costa Rica, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Cozumel, Peru, Ecuador (at the time, I didn't spend money on anything else and just saved for trips).

      Hands down, it's the people of the place that make it what it is....that being said, I have been to Belize numerous times now and would live there in a heartbeat and have looked into it.

      The people are amazing!

      Nathan: 4 hour, just listening to it this week, meant to many times, thanks for the reminder
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        Maui! No question.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jim Gillum
    Right here in Florida..........25 miles from Daytona Beach....25 miles from Orlando (the home of the mouse)........
    Near the Atlantic Ocean......30 minutes from anything you can imagine......
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  • Profile picture of the author birdfood
    Some where where you have the benefit of both mountains and beaches. That way with a few hours travelling you are either swimming or skiing.

    South of France or some parts of Italy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edk
    You kind of touched on it. A good friend of mine lives here in the UK and gets the hell out at the same wintry period every year. Following the sun is part of my plan...
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  • Profile picture of the author AFD
    New Zealand I think is the best place for me... or Japan, problem with Japan is, they don't speak English. I stayed there for 6 months and I don't know when can I return...
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  • Profile picture of the author alkeys
    A remote sunny island, where everything is natural and the air is clean. Everything is within walking distance !
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay_Mueller
    I'd live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on a thousand acre ranch.
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    London or Paris
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    • Profile picture of the author Lucky500
      JohnMcCabe - Hey John that cruise sounds definitely like a good idea. Waking up in a different paradise everyday! I wonder if it doesn't get old after a while...but like many said here, you don't know until you haven't tried.
      Toots - I heard many good things about New Zealand and Australia...definitely places to visit....

      CDarklock - You know CD, I am not a big country guy, but when you said about living in a big plantation in Georgia or Louisiana, it reminded about my uncle's house. He lives in the middle of nowhere in Brazil, his closest neighbor is about 2 ½ miles away, so there is only cows and goats around, and a breathtaking view of a farm in the middle of hills. I would definitely consider trying something like that. Just imagine, you are in the middle of nowhere, making money online, talking with people all over the world through one of the greatest inventions of mankind...the internet, the signal will probably not be the best, but assuming the technology of nowadays, everything is possible.
      Al_Leyson - I have couple friends in Osaka...they love Japan.
      SocialBookmarkPro - France is definitely on my plans.

      I don't know. I was hating Massachusetts because of the cold weather. I was about 45 minutes from Boston, so I never got to enjoy the things that a world class city provides. I moved to Sanford, about 25 minutes from Orlando, and although I love the sun and waking up to the sound of birds, still not feeling that this is the place, you know...like wowwww, I love this place. I only felt that couple of times and that was when I went to vacation and was worry free for couple of days.
      I think traveling is the key. I am right beside Sanford Airport and I see planes every five minutes. I would love to be in the airport every other weekend going some place different, and not worrying about money or my job. That's why internet marketing is so appealing to us. Just the thought of being able to work from anywhere in this planet, for just couple of hours a day in the convenience of your laptop, blows my mind. I am not there yet, as a matter fact I just had to go back to the job market, but hey, I will try until I succeed because I know I could make in IM and I just love it!
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    I agree with Paris. The wine, food, people, and atmosphere. Sigh, I miss it already.
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  • Profile picture of the author kereviz
    i wanna live dubai palmia islands
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  • Profile picture of the author kathyclement0120
    If money wasnt a factor to be considered, Id live somewhere near a waterfalls..where Id be able to enjoy the fresh and cool water flowing from it..or may be Id live right next to a beach..Id swim on the ocean all day long...
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  • Profile picture of the author Sinful
    It would definitely be in a seaside town...Yon can't beat a British seaside town. Maybe Great Yarmouth or Blackpool.
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    • Profile picture of the author pappyy3
      Sapphire Coast - NSW Australia for me.

      I love the country life, but I'm also an avid fisherman so best of both worlds!

      Bushland / Rainforest one one side and Beach on the other.

      Oh yeah - Did I forget to mention MUST have a Marina with a fully equipped Game Boat moored in the bay??

      Weather is Fantastic almost year round. Not too hot, but hardly ever any cold spells that are worthy of note.

      Fishing is phenominal as well (Big bonus for me )
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  • Profile picture of the author kittelsoncarpo
    I would live in Philippines, because it has a lot to offer when it comes to beautiful places. Lots of wonderful view, and under water species that only seen in the Philippines. The weather is warm, the beaches was so amazing. So if I were you I would choose to live in the Philippines because for me it's a wonderful paradise.^_^
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    • Profile picture of the author nickrees
      I love living where I am in S W France, the people are wonderful, food and wine terrific.
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  • Profile picture of the author Emily Meeks
    I'm in Austin.

    Even if money were no object... I'd stay in Austin, but live in a gorgeous house I designed myself.

    Austin is a great city to live in - lots of stuff to do and a great handful of off-the-wall people down here. Despite the fact you pretty much never be caught dead outdoors between February and October when it's constantly 100 degrees out, other than that it's pretty awesome.

    Would like a summer home though (between May-August - the other months occasionally fluctuate so I'm okay during that time) somewhere up north, either Boston, Seattle or both. Of course, both summer houses would be custom-designed by yours truly.
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    you know what for me I'm totally live with full of love...

    tom
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  • Profile picture of the author Old-Man-Of-Hoy
    Easy, I would live under the sun!
    You said if money was not an object right? So here is what I would do....Get a big giant map, find out what are the warmest places to live in the world each month, (with best life styles, culture and all that jaz), get the finest architecture and construction company to build me a house. Then have a clone of the exact same house in all the locations all wired up and connected in a manner that would make it impossible for me to know when I'm in a different country.

    Then here is the beauty, you would only ever find me at home where the sun shines!
    No Winter Allowed.
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  • Profile picture of the author bqe1212
    Well I would have two residences; one on the caribbean and one in europe-specifically Italy.
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    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
      About 60 miles north of me off Rt. 28 going into North Creek.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    If money were no factor I would have 2 places - one in the NW for the summers - and one in the southern area around NM or AZ -- and of course I'd spend a month per year in the NE.

    I can't imagine being just one place for too long, but I could rotate between favorites on a seasonal basis really happily.
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  • Profile picture of the author antiquenh
    Tokyo, Japan! I love the country but the standard of living is just a bit costly as compared to other cities in the world.
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    • Profile picture of the author Edk
      Where would I live? Everywhere. I've thought of various locations but I've recently got onto the list of a guy called Karol, last name Gadja I think. He seems to live just where his fancy takes him. Brilliantly smart idea it seems to me
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  • Profile picture of the author fresh marketer
    I would have to own a horse ranch somewhere in the states with some mountains around me. I'd probably have to own several other types of livestock and pay my workers with the money made from IM. I'd have a 10-15,000 sqft log cabin with all of the amenities needed. I love to hunt and fish so there would be plenty of wild game and would have many lakes and ponds on the property. Of course with all that money, whenever I felt the need to get away for a few weeks or months that's no problem. But to wake up early and look across the valley at my horses and other animals, with a haze lifting from the ground with the sun coming up over the mountains, maybe some deer and turkey and elk feeding off in the distance, and fish jumping in the lake. Oh yeah, it's a beautiful way to start the day.
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      I would have to own a horse ranch somewhere in the states with some mountains around me. I'd probably have to own several other types of livestock and pay my workers with the money made from IM. I'd have a 10-15,000 sqft log cabin with all of the amenities needed. I love to hunt and fish so there would be plenty of wild game and would have many lakes and ponds on the property. Of course with all that money, whenever I felt the need to get away for a few weeks or months that's no problem. But to wake up early and look across the valley at my horses and other animals, with a haze lifting from the ground with the sun coming up over the mountains, maybe some deer and turkey and elk feeding off in the distance, and fish jumping in the lake. Oh yeah, it's a beautiful way to start the day.
      Why in the world would you need to get away when you would already be "away"?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dario2
    It is risky, but probably hawaii or fiji or caribbean
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    If you had the money why would you want to live anywhere specific. Why not see the world - all of it.

    OK you'd probably give Afghanistan, Iraq, N Korea, Somalia and other trouble spots a miss, but why not be a citizen of the world.
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  • Profile picture of the author msfunding
    Winter time any big ski resort. Spring & Autumn any warm location, Caribbean, Bahamas etc. and the summer in the UK if its dry. So I might come home for a weekend..LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author Sharon Tidball
    I live in WALES ! And guest what it rained again today !! Anywhere hot and DRY sounds good to me !!
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    Hawaii. Or Costa Rica
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  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    if money was no problem then neither should taxes. Not sure really but a 1st world country that has seasons beautiful forests and by the sea.
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  • Profile picture of the author zackick
    hehehe

    I think i will move to hawaii or Ryushu island
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  • Profile picture of the author Eric Johnson
    New Zealand
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  • Profile picture of the author David McKee
    Anywhere that respect the freedom of the individual - Which apparently is not America anymore - but then, I suspect that America is going to be on fire in a very real way in the near future - and I mean actual fire.

    So... I like the beach, so how about an island away from governments, in a tropical zone. And if money is no object, I could buy one of those Suitcase Nukes from the Russian 5 and dime to keep my island safe.

    -DTM
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    New Zealand! If they would let me in!
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  • Profile picture of the author thinkgreen415
    San Francisco...This i one of the best cities!
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  • Profile picture of the author ruch1v
    Miami, 365 day sunshine :O, we barely get 10 days a year in the UK
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    I'd live in bed.
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    I live in the UK and i always will keep my roots planted here but the other place i am really taken by is Canada around Vancouver i have visited the place many times and i am actually looking at buying a small holding out in that location within the next 18-24 months when the house prices pick up again i will offload one of my houses that i own down wales and this will go towards the property in Canada.
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    Ohrid, Macedonia in summer and then Sydney Australia (where it sill be summer by the time I come back), in between I'll have to plan for some serious skiing time in Switzerland.

    Beautiful Ohrid - has anyone ever heard of this place?
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    Right here where I am, in safe, quiet Norfolk Uk, where I can get out and sail and raise a family without worrying about the stuff people in cities have to.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgand
    I love the beach and I really like warm weather. I'd like to live in bora bora island. Just relaxing and listening to the ocean waves.
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  • Profile picture of the author kloker007
    If money were no factor I will probably go to some really exotic country where people often are happy.
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  • Profile picture of the author PeterDunin
    I'd like to go back to Bahrain where I lived from the age of 10-13.It would be good to see how the Island has developed since they introduced the formula 1.
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    Thailand, specifically on the islands.
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    If money was not a factor i live in hawaii. I be under the cocanut tree and eat cocanuts
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris1203
    This is probably not too original, but I think that I'd like to live in Hawaii. That has always seemed to be paradise in my fantasies.
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