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Where is your favourite place to be, and why?

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I think my favourite place to be is at home with my dog, having nothing much to do and just "vegging out" and doing whatever I like.

I enjoy this as there is no pressure, I do not HAVE to do the housework that needs doing, and I can please myself as to exactly what I do all day.
by Finy
Wherever my beloved dogs and my gorgeous old books are!!! This can be inside the house,or out in my garden amongst the tropical plants. I live in Nth Queensland where it is like being on a fabulous holiday,all the years through!! Am I blessed? I do believe I am!!!
In the country somewhere there are some lovely walks. Maybe Hay in NSW. We visited there earlier this year and I fell in love with the town. It's a pity it is a bit remote.

Just away from the hustle and bustle and as far away as possible form work as an accountant.
A place I grew up at and had the best time of my life.
Coogee Beach NSW.

If I had half a million dollars I would be back there
in 1 day! packed and ready....So many amazing memories. :)
I dont think you could buy anything anymore there for half a million Jonaj!
I used to also live near there when it was slightly slummy -I was in Kingsford, and then Centennial Park but we went to Bondi swimming mostly
by Finy
1/2 a mill will get me a unit, and that's about it.
The house I use to live in is over 2 million. :(
by jonaja
Alice Springs - it's hot, but cool. In a cool way. I love that town, I have family there, and would do anything to move and live up there.
Xarah -it is so interesting how we are all so different -I wouldnt go to Alice Springs if you paid me.......lucky we are all different!
by Finy
I wouldn't have even imagined visiting Alice Springs if it weren't for my partner, but I am so happy I did. It is my place of peace and calmness.
by Xarah
Alice Springs is a marvellous town to go to, as it leads to many different National Parks!
Has a great Art Gallery & I ate the best dozen natural oysters I've ever had,there!
Go figure!

Both times to Alice have arrived by train, firstly the 'Old Ghan' then, the 'New Ghan', both fabulous journeys'!
by donjo
My favourite place is being anywhere with my husband. I enjoy the time that I get to spend with when not working
by AJ
With friends....
by fran
I am amazed that most of these answers are mainly in Australia and a lot are where your home is or with there is peace and Quiet I was expecting places overseas it,says a lot how we want to get away from stress and the hustle Fazee
Australia is in my opinion best place to live hands down...
by jonaja
Hayman Island, GBR, East Coast of Australia.

Have been there several times. Just love it.

First time there when I was 9! Had such a fabulous time on that trip, I just keep going back, as it has fabulous memories' for me!
THAT will never stop!
Donjo, that OLD Chan! Wasn't it slow? 20ks an hour! How did you enjoy Oodnadatta? Did you have time to visit the museum, & have lunch at the Pink Roadhouse? My mother, 3yr old daughter & I flew to Alice Springs, then travelled on the Chan.
by Miro
Ops! Sorry...Ghan NOT Chan, of cause!!!
by Miro
No, miro-, we only had a 'pit stop' there to take on water, supplies, & mail.
Might've taken on more cars & passengers', too.
As our train was the first in 4 months', due flooding, it was pretty full.


by donjo
Definitely my home!!! I love being with my dogs,whether sitting and reading,or out in my garden which just surprises me every day with its beauty and amazing critters asb ell as gorgeous plants!!
Home on Bribie Island.

Farley
Farley, Were you living on Bribie Island when Ian Fairweather lived there? I remember my artist father visiting him there, back in '60's. Ian was very much a recluse. Maybe there's a museum for him there?
by Miro
Farle/y, How long have you lived there? Could you please answer my question I sent you?
by Miro
It used to be Paris & NYC, now it's on any cruise ANYWHERE 14 days or longer, on a non P&O cruise! Preferably, a Sydney (AU) return! OR...in Melbourne, visiting a daughter, & our grand-daughters, (from the other daughter.)
by Miro
And also....BALI!
by Miro
It used to be Paris & NYC, now it's on any cruise ANYWHERE 14 days or longer, on a non P&O cruise! Preferably, a Sydney (AU) return! OR...in Melbourne, visiting a daughter, & our grand-daughters, (from the other daughter.)
by Miro
Although I love going out for the day, my favourite place to be is at home. I love my house and garden. Often when I am sitting on the back verandah drinking coffee and watching birds in the garden it occurs to me there is nowhere else I would rather be. On a cold night when I am cuddled up with a rug, my dog and Netflix I think there is nowhere else I would prefer to be. There's no place like home.
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