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    DFs work is taking us to the UK in the next few years he will have to work there for atleast a year. I hate planes so I try not
    to think much of overseas travel if I could get there instantly maybe India or china?

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    Id want to work in Canada.

    Family values, low crime rate, great scenery!....

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    China, my brother lives there and it's like a gold rush there at the moment, so much opportunity

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    I've already done NZ and the UK, (five years and six years respectively) so not there!

    Would love to go back to South America, where I've only travelled. Probably Argentina, for the food and the way they sing the language.

    In Asia, I'd choose Malaysia or Vietnam, in Europe, it would have to be Spain (Seville, Granada or Cadiz, to be precise!) and in North America, I'd go with Canada.

    In a perfect world, they'd stop shooting up the Mid-east and I'd be torn between Iran and Iraq. In the world we actually live in, it would be Jordan, possibly Syria, I think. I could spend a year of my life contemplating the mysteries of Nabatea quite happily

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    Indonesia, coz I speak Indonesian,
    Saya sekarang belajar bahasa Indonesia (Not sure if I got that right though )


    OP, I probably wouldn't take DD though if it was right now. She is 6 and settled in school.

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    Um not Argentina! DH is Argentinian and all his family left cause it's so bad!

    DH deals with people in the US so that's where we'd likely end up I say.

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    Europe baby!!!! Just a hop skip and a jump to many wonderful countries that I am just dying to experience!!!!!! I've worked in the USA many years ago, not sure if I would take my family there to live though for that period of time.

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    Norway
    I was an exchange student there and would love to live and work there for a while.

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    Italy!! Just one of the many countries I fell in love with!! The people, the language especially the food!!

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    I would love to go to Iceland and Dubai or anywhere in Scandinavia.


 

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