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originally posted by: GuidedKill
So there was thread here started a few days ago asking what people thought about a certain country and asked people all over the ATS to chime in...
So I have another question kind of on the same premise but asked a different way...
If you could chose another country besides the one you currently live in to move to, what county would it be??
Basically if you can live any where other than where you live where would it be and why....
I'll start, I live in America but would love to live in Chile or even New Zealand....Purely for the untouched vast stretches of wilderness...
originally posted by: veracity
a reply to: starwarsisreal
Southern Accent girl here...most of the south is deep red if you are conservative...great place to be with like-minded people.
It IS beautiful, the hills and hospitality is in abundance. You are friends with your gas station attendant (i love that).
Steer clear from big cities...they are more liberal and the conservatives always complain about it being too progressive.
I live in a big city bc...well im liberal and I get to be with more like-minded people with all of the hills, hospitality and kindness the south has to offer as well as growth and excitement of city life.
I really cant complain too much now.
originally posted by: WhiteHat
Ireland probably, for the mountains and the culture, Scotland, Austria for the same reasons.
Canada for the peace of mind and the vast wilderness, but not very far north, I like some sun once in a while.
I am quite happy were I am also, hot desert, blue sea, dry warm winters - one pair of flip flops and one of shoes all year around. Living like hippies in the sixties...Not much culture though