I think you have one of the best offices in the planet! Hope someday there will be many other places like this in other countries becouse Dubai as city seems to be beautfiul but man, why they put it in a empty desert? ¬¬
I also love nature much more than any city and would prefer living somewhere in the wild... Dubai will, rather sooner than later, prove to be just a stopover on my way to mountains and forests and some nice place to set up a campfire underneath the stars
Of course you will. I guess that was more rhetoric, than request. I know you're meaningful that way, Sebastian. You prove it all the time.
You're younger than I am and I don't know how long it'll be before you can retire. On the other hand, I imagine you've considerably more income to make such a change. I'm a retired civil service employee, and while I live modestly free and easier than anyone I've ever known, it may take me a few years, or more to do it like I want to.
I've been researching Alaska … there are a lot of variables between Florida and that which are costly. Then, too, as you may recall, I love those southeastern mountaintops. [link]
That's just two ideas. I'd go anywhere remote that I could afford to get further away from American society. As yet, my good man, that's in the air.
No matter how long it takes, but it reads like you will definitely make it out there Alaska is also on my list, one day I gotta go see that place! It might be easier for me to move somewhere like Norway, Canada or even Argentina or Chile. Getting a Green Card for the US is not so easy, after all. And I don't know if I'd want to go there for good. It would really have to be some remote place. I spent a highschool year in Indiana (1994/95) when I was 16. No matter where I went with friends it would never take longer than half an hour and police would come and question us. The only places you would be allowed to go was MacDonald's or the movies. But dare you spend some time with friends in a public park... Found great friends there, but freedom seemed rather restricted in the land of the free.
Thanks! This is a development of some 80 towers (Jumeirah Lakes Towers), half commercial and half residential, that has recently been completed and is quickly filling with residents and businesses. The lakes are purely for recreation.