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        08-03-2008, 06:54 PM
    Re: I too am from England...but now live in the United State

    Originally Posted by moomoo
    Originally Posted by MystikalWolf
    I was born and grew up in Cheshire,England.My family still live there.Now I live in Minnesota,USA.I miss loads of things about England...mostly the food and television...and being able to get to most places either on foot or by bus or train.And I also miss the side walks...or pavements as they're called in England.Not many side walks in the USA if you live in the suburbs!But there are many things I LOVE about living in Minnesota...and the main thing is my hubby!
    I live in cheshire *high 5!!*
    *High Five Back Atcha*
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        08-03-2008, 07:03 PM
    Wading in to muddy the waters -

    I'm neither English nor Welsh, I am British. I was born in south Wales to English parents, and lived there for a couple of years, then lived in Yorkshire and Cornwall, and have been living back in Wales for the past ... fourteen or so? I go to uni in Bath but I live near Cardiff. So I don't actually live in England, but I do live in Britain.

    Ga' I siarad cymraeg - yn bach. Mae rhaid I ni dysgu cymraeg yn ysgol I TGAU cymraeg ail iaith.

    Iced tea ... I think the only known brand is Liptons. It's NOT a big drink here. For those planning a trip to the UK, this LJ comm is a very useful resource.
        08-03-2008, 09:49 PM
    I don't live in England...

    But its definatley on my Top 5 Places To Visit list

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