Okay, that is a lot of information. (Deep breath.) I hope I can put you on the right track. There are a lot of great sources on livingoverseas online and in print. Don't beshy about visiting your local library as well as they may be able to provideyou with some free sources of information as well. There are a lot of sources on retiringoverseas that would probably help you as well that you can cross reference withthe website that I previously provided to you. What you may want to do to narrow down where you want to move to is togo over the areas that you are thinking of, such as the Canary Islands andSoutheast Asia, and use the weather information to help you with that. That can help you make a short list of areasthat you want to research more carefully to find out more about them. Then after you have the short list you canfocus on the health care available in the area, if there is an expatriatepopulation, the cost of living and other things that can help you determinewhere you want to move. This willprobably be the easiest way for you to do that.
Here are some articles and websites with places and someinformation on them that you can use to get some ideas:
http://internationalliving.com/(this is the website of a magazine dedicated to living overseas that has beenaround since 1979.)
http://www.retiring-overseas.com/(this website is dedicated to this subject and they have done a lot of thisresearch for you, although they are mostly South American countries they dohave Thailand on here as well.)
http://www.escapeartist.com/Overseas_Retirement/(large amounts of information on this website as well.)
Just let me know if this is the type of information you werelooking for.