I would really love to live in Japan one day, it's my dream. I'v never been to Japan before but I have this connection to it. I love the music, fashion, food, culture, anime, everything. I feel like I'm meant to live there.
I have this plan to just pack my things and live in another country.
I've been wanting this for so long that it's killing me!
I love how fashionable the people at Milan, New York, Paris, London... the list goes on and on. The beautiful canal at Venice.
I love how crazy the party...
Back in 1990, i was just about 12 years old and every time i hear about United States, one thing that always crossed my mind is a beautiful country which has lots of natural resaurces. I like all the beaches there, very clean, the hills and the mountains especially in the winter...
live in, but a few that I'm interested in visiting are Ireland, UK, and New Zealand.
I hope to someday visit as many other countries as possible, and have the opportunity to live in one of them as well.
don't ask me why, it's like that, maybe because I think America has some of the most beautiful and breathtaking places in the world.
I'm committed to make my dream come true, but the problem is... I don't know where to start!
I want to migrate, throw my citizenship away and go live in a different country. But alas, I am only Asian and no other country would ever except me. I doubt my family would even support me ditching my heritage either. Oh well.
I am from Australia, and I have lived in Australia all my life. But I've visited Indonesia 10 times before, and my family has made heaps of family friends there, and I have made some personal friends (especially the last time I went recently, because I have been old enough to...
that I wasn't meant to stay where I was born. And last year, I went on a school trip to Italy and France, and that only made the feeling of 'not-belonging' worse.
Unfortunately, I am a person who lives far away in her own fantasies and dreams (which I don't find entirely bad...
for vacation. I had the opportunity to move there, but I didn't accept it at the time and now it's gone forever. I really love it there. I feel more accepted, like I belong. Probably because everyone has the same culture and beliefs and looks.