I've always had a fondness for all things British and have been to England a couple of times. I've considered living there but moving to another country is a huge step. If I were younger, maybe I wouldn't think about it so much but now the question is "how do I get all my stuff there?
I kind of don't like cities . . . the busyness, the compact proximity of those who have much and those who have nothing, the lack of green, etc . . . I prefer small village living - however, San Francisco is the one city that I delight rather than cringe to visit.
Gili Trawangan in Indonesia, I loved this place because of its natural beauty, simple, uncomplicated life style and friendly people. I have always wanted to live near the sea and there is no ocean as beautiful as the one that surrounds this tiny island. When I was there, I kept thinking about how wonderful it could be if I could stay there forever….. I even wrote a hub about this magical little piece of earth.
Tahiti for the climate and beauty. I would love to step outside every morning and take a dip in the crystal blue waters. Monaco is another of my favorite places because of it's multi-national flair and convenient location to many European destinations. Too bad both are so very expensive!
I hear you. What an idealistic lifestyle. I'm kind of torn between the islands and the urban. But I like your idea of living in a place that offers both, like Monaco. Beach, mild weather, contemporary cultural living, access to amenities, and no tidal waves.
My trips to the Caribbean have also been enjoyable, but I wouldn't want to live there. When I win the lottery or write that best-selling novel, I'm going to have a home in the mountains and one on the beach!! lol
....palm trees, remote, quiet, cultural, unique, beautiful, rain forest.What would you suggest, or if you have been to a place such as this, please recommend. I'm not planning to leap frog across the water yet, but in...