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If you could choose any country to retire, Which would it Be and Why?
Would you retire into a country wih a cheaper cost of life? for beautiful women? The weather? Relaxing environment? Whyyy
Croatia , cost of living is medium, women are... indescribable , the people are friendly, happy and sociable. The country is beautiful. Perfect place to retire in my opinion.
If you are looking for a low cost of living country , then I would recommend Malaysia, great food , friendly people , temperate climate all year round, but more of a culture shock for the western mind.
Croatia sounds nice. The countries you hear little about are always the best options. Sometimes those countries have some kind of internal conflict that makes them undesirable to tourists, but in reality they are awesome.
Have you been to Croatia?
I think I'd retire to Italy.
The Tuscan area.
The food is ..... Well it's just heavenly.
The scenery. Oh my goodness. Rolling hills, fields of sunflowers, quaint villages.
It has everything I needed.
No, I am staying right here in Montana, USA. All of my family lives in this same town and I am not giving that up. I do wish we had more sunshine, warmer weather etc....but nothing is worth leaving my family. We need and enjoy each other.
Right here at home in Australia. Maybe it's because I've been nowhere else in life, but I know the culture, I know the women and I know the country.
I have everything I want and everything I need in my own country, and while it would be nice to travel around the world, I'd feel the need to return home if I was going to retire.
I'll be sure to let you know if I change my mind :p
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