If you had to live the rest of your life in another country, where would you choose.

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scotty13

Premiership Player
Feb 4, 2004
3,698
2,046
Melbourne
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
Other Teams
Tracy Vilage Razorbacks
Can I just have my own country?
Give me a tropical island... I will call it Scottland.
Give me a few inhabitants of the island. 2 to be my wives, 2 Concubines, some 'help', a gardener and a farmer.
I will need access to the internet and Kayo sports so i can still watch footy, cricket and golf.

We can live there, grow our own food and animals, eat them, and given its a tropical island can walk around in the nude all the time!
 

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Lucas Jackson

Premium Platinum
Apr 3, 2007
7,109
2,927
AFL Club
Collingwood
Can I just have my own country?
Give me a tropical island... I will call it Scottland.
Give me a few inhabitants of the island. 2 to be my wives, 2 Concubines, some 'help', a gardener and a farmer.
I will need access to the internet and Kayo sports so i can still watch footy, cricket and golf.

We can live there, grow our own food and animals, eat them, and given its a tropical island can walk around in the nude all the time!

Wipers!
 

Dirty Bird

Pokémon Master
Aug 1, 2010
29,848
16,459
Adelaide
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
#BostonStrong #RiseUp
If I didn't have to worry about money - Boise, Idaho
If I didn't face a language barrier - Yekaterinburg, Russia or Lviv, Ukraine
If I had to do everything the hard way - Las Vegas, Nevada
 

raskolnikov

Premium Platinum
Apr 1, 2002
29,855
23,090
Central Queensland
AFL Club
Essendon
Other Teams
Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
If I didn't have to worry about money - Boise, Idaho
If I didn't face a language barrier - Yekaterinburg, Russia or Lviv, Ukraine
If I had to do everything the hard way - Las Vegas, Nevada
I love Yekaterinburg but the winters would get to me after a while.

I'm seriously considering retiring to Bulgaria. Cheap as chips and you have Greece right next door. Plus they offer a retirement visa so it doesn't involve jumping through a series of hoops to get there. Somewhere like Sunny Beach.


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Sydney Kicker

Premiership Player
Jan 18, 2015
3,309
6,055
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Having travelled the world for a whole year last year (and plenty of o/s trips before that) and based on places I've been New Zealand wins easily.

I love the outdoors so most of my choices are influenced by the natural delights.

If money was no object and I was able to travel endlessly
Jan-Feb New Zealand
Mar Spain
Apr UK
May France
June Norway
July Sweden or Finland
Aug Iceland
Sep USA - New England
Oct USA - Utah
Nov USA - California
Dec Maldives (Botswana might be another option but I haven't been to Southern Africa yet)

If you're still rich but looking to economise a bit.
Jan-Feb New Zealand
Mar Kazakhstan
Apr Morocco
May-Sept Take your pick of Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Greece depending on your interests (Eastern Europe is way cheaper than northern and western parts)
Oct Caribbean Islands
Nov Argentina
Dec Chile
 

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