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If you had to live in another country, where would you live?

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Levi F. Profile
Levi F. answered

Probably England/UK or Ireland. I'd miss the warm weather we get here, but I've been to both the UK and Ireland and I love it there. It's where my ancestors are from, after all.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I have no idea. I don't want to do winters. I don't want to live on an island,  because I would feel too confined. And most countries at the latitude I am at either have poor governments or a lot of earthquakes. So I think I will stay put.

Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

I’m not going anywhere.

Yin And Yang Profile
Yin And Yang answered

I am staying in the good ol' U.S.A.!!! I love my country. 😄

Don Barzini Profile
Don Barzini answered

Probably Portugal, Spain, or Italy. We’ve already been researching such a move 

All have warm weather, free or very cheap healthcare, low taxes, solid economies (though not Italy so much) and access to the Mediterranean for my boat.

Mountain  Man Profile
Mountain Man answered

Canada.

Ray  Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

Lived in the UK and the US, visited most of the countries in Europe, Africa and the middle east.

The best value for money living is in India. The healthcare system is "paid only" but so cheap that anyone with a reasonable amount of savings or a half-decent income should have no worries - many of the clinicians will have trained in Western Europe or the USA.

For the price of a house in Southern England you can buy a mansion in India. The weather is predictable (usually) and warm.

I also like Turkey, for many of the same reasons, don't like the politics though.

In reality though, I'd move back to the US tomorrow. Loved So Cal.

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