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    Default Where would you live?

    Apart from Australia, if you could live ANYWHERE else in the world, where would it be? And why? Can list as many as you like.

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    If i had to pick some where Boston, but that is purely for the mito drs that are over there as they are the experts in kids like monkey

    but really i cant say i would like to live any where else but here we are so god d*m lucky to live in this country i think its the best

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    I would love to live overseas for a few years!

    NYC - has an amazing vibe to it, I love big cities, the shopping, the theatre, the lifestyle

    Paris - the food and wine and amazing architecture and shopping

    Italy ( anywhere) - the food! The people, the history , the landscape

    The Maldives - the beaches, the relaxed atmosphere and fresh seafood!

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    I think it would be awesome to live somewhere like sweeden or denmark.


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    New Zealand I think

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    Default Where would you live?

    I used to say America and I live here now ( for 9 more months) but I can't say I would like to live here any longer... as corny as it says Australia is home and I wouldn't wanna live anywhere else.. maybe NZ?

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    I would really love to do some time in an African country helping starving children. I have pretty much travelled everywhere and I really feel this would be the biggest challenge to me. Then after a year of giving I would love to live for a year in Barcelona. that city is sexy!

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    NYC - id live in a flashy apartment in the upper east side type areas lol think it would be awesome

    France - a lot of culture, beautiful weather and countryside

    I was born in England and would never go back there, cold cramped and expensive place, and I think Australia is one of the best places to live!

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    Sweden in the Summer (I HATE the cold) - Their standards of living and health care are phenominal and I LOVE Viking history.

    Ireland - Lush scenery, beautiful people.

    I would love one Christmas in New York just to visit a huge toy store, one like Home Alone 2.

    Failing all that, if Melbourne wasnt so freaking cold, I would be there in a flash!

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