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Jonathan123

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Hi Shaya. Actually I am from the UK. Which is like all countries, good in parts. There are a few good anxiety forums in the UK, and I often wonder if there are any in the US. So many of us here are from the USA. I know the population is four times as big as ours, or is it the general thing is so called 'civilized' countries?
 

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Canada
And proud to be :)
(Tho seeing other places is great :) => I quite like Tucson, Arizona)
 

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UK. Moved around the UK a lot in the last few years. Would be nice to settle somewhere, I sometimes think.
 

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Oh i thought you are from the USA, been to kent i understand the awful weather part but you've got beautiful national trust places to visit.
KENT. Southeast UK. Bloody awful weather, no petrol (gas). Bloody awful government.
but I love it. I would not want to live anywhere else.
Oh i thought you are from the USA, been to kent i understand the awful weather part but you've got beautiful national trust places to visit.
 

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Oh i thought you are from the USA, been to kent i understand the awful weather part but you've got beautiful national trust places to visit.


Oh i thought you are from the USA, been to kent i understand the awful weather part but you've got beautiful national trust places to visit.
Yes Shaya, there are some beautiful places run by the National Trust. I go to one for coffee some mornings. It near me and I have been going there for years. It's called Ightham Moat and is a big medieval house open to the public. The restaurant is very good, and they serve good meals, even if a bit expensive. I would love to visit Dubai. I spent some years in Egypt and could just about hold a very primitive conversation in Arabic. Happy days!!!!!
 
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Ill note that place down for my next visit, i would say now is a great time to visit dubai with the expo, global village and fantastic weather you will have a great time. I hope you do come one day!
 

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I lived near Cleveland for a few years.
I'm from New York City, which technically is in the USA, but doesn't really seem like it.
Yes Shaya, there are some beautiful places run by the National Trust. I go to one for coffee some mornings. It near me and I have been going there for years. It's called Ightham Moat and is a big medieval house open to the public. The restaurant is very good, and they serve good meals, even if a bit expensive. I would love to visit Dubai. I spent some years in Egypt and could just about hold a very primitive conversation in Arabic. Happy days!!!!!
جيد!
 

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I lived near Cleveland for a few years.
I'm from New York City, which technically is in the USA, but doesn't really seem like it.

جيد!
You were the person speaking the Scottish Gaelic? Actually live in New York? You can teach a few Scottish people how to speak their own language. :p
 
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Some nice parts of Kent, some horrid.

Have the famous white cliffs of Dover.


Some picturesque towns like Deal, Canterbury and Whitstable.







Never been to Dubai. Would like to go sometimes.

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You were the person speaking the Scottish Gaelic? Actually live in New York? You can teach a few Scottish people how to speak their own language. :p
I'm not far from Seattle, which has a lot of Gaels. Some of them even speak Gaelic! :)
 
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