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If you could go anywhere and stay as long as you liked, were would you go and wh

  1. wildove5 profile image78
    wildove5posted 6 years ago

    If you could go anywhere and stay as long as you liked, were would you go and why?

  2. profile image49
    Ratanakposted 6 years ago

    If you ask me where I would go, I may say that United State and, Australia, Europe, and Japan are my dreaming coutries. I am the one in Cambodia which is in the development, so I want to visit and see exactly the modern countries. A part from this, I would like to visit Disneyland and long beach in USA.

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    Princess Pittposted 6 years ago

    at the farm or at the beach.....but we have a beach few walks from here, i go to the beach almost everyday .... to reposition myself.

    Id like to think when i'm soaking myself...exercise my heart through hopping and diving...

    I also love going to the island few kilometers from here......its silent, some native people....it free me from wanting material things since people around you are contented of how they live, and it seems contagious.

  4. suzettenaples profile image90
    suzettenaplesposted 6 years ago

    That's easy!  I'd head to Neustift, Austria.  It is a charming, small, quaint and fun ski and hiking resort in the Stubaital Alps (Tyrol).  You can vacation/stay/live there all year round and never be bored.  That is if you love nature and beautiful surroundings.  The skiing is fabulous in the winter - it is glacier skiing - and the snow is sometimes powder up to your waist.  You definitely have to adjust your skiing to the conditions!  I can't tell you how friendly everyone is who skis there or works there.  It is a small enough village that everyone knows everyone, but large enough to swell to 20,000 or more during the winter.  The food and drink is scrumptious and there are lots of places to gather for fun and relaxation.  The Austrians do retire early in the evening - 10 pm - but that is so they have the energy the next morning to hit the slopes.
          Any season is beautiful there.  The flowers, wildflowers and trails are beautiful to hike any time of the year.  Spring and summer are particularly beautiful and the trails are full of volksmarchers.  There are beautiful waterfalls and brooks to see along the way and the animals and birds come out after their winter hibernation elsewhere.  The autumn is spectacular with the many different colors of trees and leaves and a hike on a crisp autumn morning is like no other.
         The accomodations are for everyone, from five star hotels to charming pensions and apartments.  Neustift is the hub of this skiing area, but there are other villages along the way to the glacier that you can stay at also.  Neustift just happens to be the most charming. 
         And, it you are missing the hustle and bustle and night life of the city, Innsbuck is only 15-20 miles away.  A great place to visit, but quiet Neustift is the pleasant place to say.

  5. The Blagsmith profile image78
    The Blagsmithposted 6 years ago

    I would perpetually travel with my wife and children. When I am making enough money off passive income from writing and also my proofreading and editing then I can work on the move. Especially would be great to write my own personal experience hubs of different places.

  6. onegoodwoman profile image75
    onegoodwomanposted 6 years ago

    Financially, I can........and I can "draw" the time to do it.......



    I would go.............BACK.....................


    It would be the greatest gift, to be surrounded by my young children, crying out, " Mama"...........do this, be this, teach me this, show me, play, etc, and etc,




    Oh yes...........to have my children be little kids again........the thinking of it, takes all burdens away............



    It can not be done................life is simple, living it , is not.


    Then, I wished they were out of diapers, out of school, out of High School, out of college, had their own jobs and apartments.............


    Oh, Please, Jesus............if they could only be little and needing me again..........

    How much more, would I know and be able to give them.


    My Grandmother, told me it would be this way............I was "too busy" to hear........

  7. Borsia profile image47
    Borsiaposted 6 years ago

    That is a tough one. Finding a place where the weather is always nice and there is security and also things to do to keep busy.
    I'm single so there also has to be opportunities in that respect.
    Maybe San Andres, Colombia, but it wouldn't be that much fun solo. But if money isn't a constraint I suppose I would probably just travel endlessly, there are more places than time.

  8. ThussaysNanaMarie profile image75
    ThussaysNanaMarieposted 6 years ago

    i would like to be with my family, very rich, running our business and living in st lucia

  9. PiaC profile image58
    PiaCposted 6 years ago

    I would go to Brazil. I think it's my favorite country in the world with gorgeous natural beauty and great food.

 
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