Saturday, July 28, 2007

Find Myself a City to Live In, Part the Second

From the United States to the world, baby. Please note, again, that this list includes only places that I have not, in fact, lived in for three or more consecutive months. Again, assuming food, shelter, clothing, some discretionary income, and in this case some rudimentary knowledge of at least one of the country's languages.

100 Places in the World I'd Like to Live
1. Amman, Jordan
2. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
3. Andavadoaka, Madagascar
4. Antigua, West Indies
5. Athens, Greece
6. Baghdad, Iraq
7. Bali, Indonesia
8. Bangkok, Thailand
9. Bartolomé Island, Ecuador
10. Basel, Switzerland
11. Basra, Iraq
12. Beirut, Lebanon
13. Belgrade, Serbia
14. Berlin, Germany
15. Bilbao, Spain
16. Bogotá, Colombia
17. Bucharest, Romania
18. Budapest, Hungary
19. Buenos Aires, Argentina
20. Cairns, Australia
21. Cairo, Egypt
22. Calcutta, India
23. Caracas, Venezuela
24. Conakry, Guinea
25. Copenhagen, Denmark
26. Cumaná, Venezuela
27. Delhi, India
28. Dingle, Ireland
29. Dublin, Ireland
30. Durban, South Africa
31. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
32. Frankfurt, Germany
33. Freetown, Sierra Leone
34. Glasgow, United Kingdom
35. Ha-Makuya, South Africa
36. Hanoi, Vietnam
37. Harare, Zimbabwe
38. Havana, Cuba
39. Helsinki, Finland
40. Hobart, Australia
41. In Salah, Algeria
42. Inhambane, Mozambique
43. Isla Grande del Maíz, Nicaragua
44. Istanbul, Turkey
45. Jakarta, Indonesia
46. Jerusalem, Israel/Palestine
47. Johannesburg, South Africa
48. Kampala, Uganda
49. Karachi, Pakistan
50. Kiev, Ukraine
51. Kigali, Rwanda
52. Kingston, Jamaica
53. Kyoto, Japan
54. Lima, Peru
55. Lisbon, Portugal
56. Ljubljana, Slovenia
57. London, United Kingdom
58. Manaus, Brazil
59. Manchester, United Kingdom
60. Manila, Phillippines
61. Marrakesh, Morroco
62. Minsk, Belarus
63. Monrovia, Liberia
64. Montego Bay, Jamaica
65. Moscow, Russia
66.Mumbai, India
67. Mwanza, Tanzania
68. Nairobi, Kenya
69. Paris, France
70. Port-au-Prince, Haiti
71. Prague, Czech Republic
72. Puntarenas, Costa Rica
73. Reykjavik, Iceland
74. Rio di Janiero, Brazil
75. Rome, Italy
76. San Salvador, El Salvador
77. Santiago, Chile
78. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
79. Sao Paolo, Brazil
80. Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
81. Seoul, South Korea
82. Shanghai, China
83. Singapore, Republic of Singapore
84. South Pole Base, Antarctica
85. St. Petersburg, Russia
86. Stockholm, Sweden
87. Sydney, Australia
88. Tarrafal, Cape Verde Islands
89. Tblisi, Georgia
90. Tehran, Iran
91. Tel Aviv, Israel
92. Tunis, Tunisia
93. Vancouver, Canada
94. Venice, Italy
95. Veracruz, Mexico
96. Vernazza, Italy
97. Vienna, Austria
98. Warsaw, Poland
99. Windhoek, Namibia
100. Yakutsk, Sakha Republic

4 Comments:

At 3:31 PM, Blogger Connor said...

Isn't it cathartic? Kind of a best-case scenario for life and adventure! :)

 
At 8:52 AM, Blogger Lawrence said...

what the hell...?? wow. who knows this kind of stuff? i don't know this kind of stuff. this is ridiculous/incredible. i've never heard of far too many of these places. what's the Sakha Republic?

Lawrence

 
At 9:27 AM, Blogger Ammegg said...

The Sakha Republic, as it turns out, is part of Siberia. I decided I really would like to live in Siberia for a little while, so I looked up cities in Siberia, and found that one of the most interesting geographical locations within the Siberian plain was, in fact, a separate country. So I hadn't heard of the Sakha Republic before I did the exercise either. :>)

 
At 1:15 PM, Blogger Connor said...

I picked Yakutsk too! Although isn't it a semiautonomous part of Russia? Anyway, yeah, same logic here.

 

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