From all the countries you have been to, which one of them do you consider as best place you would like to live in?
Concerning me I really enjoyed my time in California and north of France. But maybe it would change if I stayed there for a longer time
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I really like California also. Spent some time working in Southern California for few months, stayed around Santa Clarita, and absolutely loved it. I wouldn't be able to sustain the standard of living I have now living there though. I have met quite a few people from California that have moved to Texas. My neighbors moved here to Texas a few years ago, they like the cheaper living but always say how much they miss California weather, scenery, outdoor activities. It is definitely a trade-off
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Long term I've always liked Florida a lot. If I were to move anywhere it would be somewhere there; probably southern Florida which feels like living in the Caribbean to me (what I'm used to). The northwest areas are beautiful too, with their white sand beaches.
I've always liked the idea of living in different places for a while, maybe a few months depending. If I did this I'd start out in Barcelona or Rome, my favorite cities in Europe.
This is very complex question. If you consider all sides including culture, environment, friendliness of population, cuisine, living standards, language, availability and quality of services, density of population, cost of living, availability and prices of real estate, tax rates etc etc the choice will probably be extremely tough. If just like or dislike, personally I like to stay at Singapore, Southern Cali and some places on East Coast. Europe is not on the priority list. Most likely Singapore is my next destination.
Last edited by Alphachase; August 6th, 2015 at 05:44 PM.
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