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    Me in the UK.

    Hi guys,
    I am in the UK now... feel wonderfull and terrible.... any suggestions before i venture inot the new world


    bye
    vasanth

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    Go to London and throw crap at David Blaine.

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    Go to the pub
    Such is life.

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    Wink

    Visit british museum I hurd it should be a blast! (really do it should be really intresting)
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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Go to London and throw crap at Tony Blair.
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    .... so whereabouts are you Vasanth?
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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Go to London and throw crap at David Blaine.
    Have you seen the petrol prices over here?

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    Fair enough. Throw stuff at David Blaine from wherever you are. It doesn't matter if you hit him, just make the effort.

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    To be fair, some sort of rifle is possibly better than throwing 'crap' at him.

    Such is life.

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    very cool Vasanth. have you started school yet? (you were there for school right?) hows it going so far?

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    >>> Visit british museum

    I think the British Museum is one of the most boring tourist "attractions" in London. If you want to go to museums, the Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum are much more interesting, the Victoria and Albert as well if you like that kind of thing.
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    Well, I remember you saying you are NE.

    So, Manchester is not TOO hard to reach-lots of good museums and attractions there. Or why not take a hop into Scotland-it is on your doorstep
    Such is life.

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    Good luck in the UK Vasanth I suggest you to absorb as much as you can of the English cuture, try to get close to it, it will be in a experience. There are two ways to travel, on the outside and on the inside focus on the outside for now =]]
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    Hi Every one,
    I am at Middlesbrough, University of Teesside. College starts on the 22nd but now some orientation is going on for International students.. The climate here is kida funny..(the english call it summer and i am getting cold as ever)...

    Some how i am not enjoying the UK at this moment. Feel like taking the next flight home.. Hope this feeling ends..

    bye
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    Originally posted by vasanth

    Some how i am not enjoying the UK at this moment. Feel like taking the next flight home.. Hope this feeling ends..
    Find a good pub. And speak a bit quieter. I find we speak at a lower volume than Americans.

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