I would say Turkey.
I would say Turkey.
Youre American so this answer might be very boring to you.
I would totally choose Flagstaff in Arizona.
Becasue It is so amazingly beautiful. The weather is great; always sunny but not to hot.(Snow in wintertime!) Ponderosa pines. Beautiful mountains. Close to Grand Canyon and Sedona. Very friendly and lively little town. A lot of artists, musicians,outdoorspeople, students and even a few cowboys ;-)
My 2nd tip is Israel; preferably Haifa, Jerusalem or Tel Aviv. Though the political situation is of course a bit unstable. But its so beautiful. And it's such a cool little country.
Or why not Provence or Cote d'Azur in France. Great weather. Great people. Great food.
Good luck! :-)
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The best place we have ever travelled was Thailand this year. It was a wonderful trip and we enjoyed it from the first to the last day. The people are so friendly there and also the things to buy are very cheap and good!!
But I think there are so many places like Thailand and many many countries are so nice.
The place where we would like to live is Spain. Nearly València. In a nice finca with a donkey and so on ... :-)) I love the spanish people, the language, the food, ... everything!!!
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Mongolia! For its breathtaking scenery and vast open uninhabited spaces!
I think, India is the ultimate travel experience.
U will never be the same again, after a trip to India.
Id move to Israel, or Yemen. but Malaysia i guess is more realistic, id probably move over to the East (ie Borneo) when I have the chance to
Fraiser Island Australia!!!
I loved St Petersburg in Russia and Ghent in Belgium - because I stayed in both cities for a month, got to know them quite well and ended up really liking them. Not for the main attractions but for the little shops, bars, restaurants and the people we got to know...
I am already living abroad, but if I had to choose again I'd choose somewhere warm!!!
If I remember thru my own Regression Process, I love to be out of thise cruel world !