I'm intending to take a year out after my degree to spend some time in Italy, perhaps a good few months, to see what it's really like. I have been learning the language and generally reading up on life there as a passing interest for about a year now.
Then at least I'll have more to go on than just holiday experiences when I decide where I want to settle when I'm older. Germany would also perhaps be a good place to try, but I haven't learnt any German just yet!
But I don't hate where I live. I just want to see what else is out there.
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Cant wait to get out of britian watch
- 14-07-2009 19:29
- 14-07-2009 19:31
Well, I like Britain.
- 14-07-2009 19:36
Spain or Australia - could make do with Italy though..
- 14-07-2009 19:50
canada or the us because it much better than the uk
- 14-07-2009 20:36
Japan or America to work in the computer games industry (the artsy side, I'm crap at programming)
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- 15-07-2009 10:01
I'm not remotely wary of that, and unless you live in some crime-ridden ghetto, neither should you be. If, however, you do live in such places, I advise you to move out as soon as possible.
I may take your advice though and look into moving to the shetland isles or somewhere with an even lower crime rate or just never go out, how dare i have the ordacity to walk down the street past my collage at 3pm on my mobile, its almost like i deserved a good mugging. How dare my friend walk 10 minutes home at 10.30pm at night, what cheek! and surely wearing a watch on his wrist would just like holding out meat to a lion. Or like i said. move to a place where crime is punished and not brushed aside for the more important criminals like doing 37mph in a 30 at 5pm on a sunday afternoon! Glad that crime was sorted in a matter of minutes and with great importance. I ask myself everyday how dare i be so provocative towards the law?!
Hopefully one day we will get a government to really sort britain out and make it the country it deserves to be again. Theres stuff i love about the country and im not saying its all bad but things do seem to get progressively worse.
I love the heritage that very few countries can say they have. The vast history and pioneering sense we haev always had and i think this is why its so disheartening to see how things are now. I have a genuine respect for the people who made Britain such a great country but its being dragged down, kicking and screaming. There is so many people here that have no respect for the work thats been put into the country.Last edited by jesty; 15-07-2009 at 10:14.
- 15-07-2009 22:18
I know where I'm going on my holiday!