Resolved Question: UK please help me... How
I am from the States and I would like to ask this, if I may?
If you live in Exeter (just for example) Do you say that you live in SW UK, SW England, Wales or Southern Wales? What would be the correct answer, if there is one? Thanks.
Posted on 11 February 2014 | 9:47 am
Resolved Question: I am from Florida have 3
My husband is a British national who moved to U.S.A when he was only 6 yrs old he is now 33 and last year was deported due to not renewing his Visa in time We came to his hometown in the Highlands of Scotland and we both hate it its boring very cold small and full of judgmenatal people who do not accept outsiders We are looking to move to a city as that is what we are used to .But we have 3 small children and need a safe and not to be a high cost of living and things to do for the children would be great! I wish we could just go home but cant and we are misreable where we are any suggestions would be greatly apprecaited...
Posted on 17 September 2013 | 6:55 am
Resolved Question: What county in the U.K
Posted on 29 April 2013 | 4:09 pm
Resolved Question: Where would one go to
or any medical profession I guess.
Posted on 18 April 2013 | 12:11 am
Resolved Question: Where should this
I'm currently a Psychology undergraduate studying at Rutgers University, and looking to expand my horizons a bit by studying abroad. My school has programs going to Cardiff University, as well as universities of East Anglia, Exeter, Glasgow, Manchester, Reading, St. Andrews, Sussex, and York.
Though not in the UK, they also have programs at the University College Cork & Dublin.
I would like to go somewhere that has a great aesthetic, and an environment that's more natural than modern, though I'm used to the city atmosphere. The people at my current school are indifferent and cutthroat so I would prefer a place where people are friendlier. Overall, I just want a good experience and the opportunity to learn.
Posted on 25 November 2012 | 3:28 am