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
70% of the U.S. population now lives in a state where same-sex marriage is legal. At 36 and counting!
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.