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(Original post by angel18)
your welcome, just hope it actually made some sense, which is unusual for moi!!!
hmmm i'm so jealous of all you people going out, its so nice and warm at this time!!! we were thinking of just going next week for a few days but i went and got a job before we thought, silly me
anyway i hope you all enjoy it out there and any other questions that i may, somehow, be able to help with i would be happy to try and answer.
hmm, i don't really wanna go...I'm going with my parents, which is sooo boring...just my mom, dad+me! So I won't be able to go anywhere fun(parental control!)...and I won't know anyone of my own age!
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ahhh i know the holiday drill, i did that traveling around thailand, which although was an amazing holiday you just want some freedom and moments where you think it would be nice to have a friend your own age there!!! but don't worry just use it as a relaxing holiday and any oportunity you can try and find younger people because im sure there should be some somewhere!!!
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