England. I have always wanted to go there, and even considered working there years ago, I was a few hundred dollars off what I calculated I would need savings wise to get there and set myself up before my wages came in. The plan I would go and get set up and hubby (then boyfriend) would follow once he got visas and stuff set up
David Letterman is retiring. Such great memories of watching him over the past thirty-two years!
Singapore. We lived there for 3 years when I was in middle school, and went back about 13 years ago to visit my parents when they had moved back there for a few years.
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Turkey. Because I am already a citizen there and most of my family is there as well.
ETA: It's also BEAUTIFUL, I love the culture, and there is always something fun to do and something delicious to eat
IDK. Not England because that's where I was born and I'm not crazy about the lifestyle but the history is amazing. Somewhere in the EU probably, since I have an EU passport and it would be easy to move. Hmm. Maybe Australia. We have family there just north of the Sunshine Coast. But, I like summers that aren't too smoking hot. This is a hard one. Hmm. I kind of like Canada, truth be told.