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If you can avoid the touristy areas/anywhere you know the name of beforehand - then you are in for some seriously awesome food, good scenery, great walking routes (if that is your thing) and good people (this is why I suggest avoiding touristy areas - unfortunately for these countries, Thailand mainly, the business of tourism has become the main business in many of the main cities. This is to the detriment of all the other cool things you could find [underground muay-thai clubs are a prime example]). They are also hella cheap to travel around.
I have never been to India, my colleague said that he would do a walking trip with me when we are both done working - we plan to do the coast... Doubt this will ever happen though, but it is an awesome plan nonetheless.
Prey tell me, what attracted you to Scotland (not that I think it isn't an awesome place - far from it).
Was it the beautiful but incomprehensible accent?
The fine dress code?
Or perhaps, the various culinary delights to be had?
Last edited by zimbardo; August 19, 2014 at 02:44 AM. Reason: I can not speak English
I'm gonna keep your advices in mind when I go there one day.
I'd like to go to India to eat an original Indian curry. Looks delicious...
So, the fact I didn't understand a word, except "where's your point", is not my English? Good.
Scotland looks an interesting place. Are there these shows where people tells their affairs in UK, too? Such a pity.
I wanna go to Edinburgh I think Scotland is lovely!
I forgot your own thread for a long time. What did happen?
There was nothing interesting going on here haha Its mostly just you and me talking here!
Anyway How are youuu?
Does it mean that talking with me is not interesting?
I'm busy with the college and I'm having to solve many problems regarding the disciplines and also preparing documents for my subscription to go to the USA next year. Too much bureaucracy! Besides it, I'm fine.
Last edited by Leoat12; September 07, 2014 at 10:15 AM.
so It is 100% that you are going to the US next year? That's cool, I mean I don't really care about the US, I am so in love with England haha ... back then I was all about America America I wanna live there and whatnot but now Im meh about it You should come to Europe !!!
Not 100% sure, but I have all the qualifications, I don't see how one American university will not choose me. Good grades, awarded for good research project and stuff. My hopes are very high.
The first time you went to somewhere 10 km away from your house, it is normal to be like that.
I have my reasons to go to USA. I don't have any plans about going to Europe anytime soon. Japan is my next goal.
Oh, and I'd like to see your opinion about the universities I choose later.
Last edited by Leoat12; September 13, 2014 at 11:18 AM.
1st- not 10 km, 2nd- it is not because I was away from my house, The life-style is so different from what we have here and I really loved it. 3rd- I also have reasons to go back ^^