Yeah, it's never going to be like going to another country but some places in the UK are significantly better compared to some others.Kier and Ashley live in Reading. I believe Mike used to, he lives in Glasgow now.
I have been to Reading a long time ago. Realistically, it's just another UK city. I'm sure it has its unique properties and within it I'm sure it has good and bad areas (as with any place), but I'm also sure it won't differ too much from most other places in the UK.
lol, yeahIt's meh, like most of this country.
Yeah it's a bit old looking right, but that's like a lot of places in the UK, houses look old.Mainly, I suspect, because it's an easy commute by rail to London, it's an expensive place for property. As UK clone towns go, it's OK. But unless you have a lot of cash and/or need the proximity to London, there are other places that have more character and yet are cheaper.
For some reason I thought you lived somewhere else, but you're only a 45 minute drive from me lolLoughborough, Leicestershire
I'm guessing it's a common error for anyone not from Britain and used to our weird ways of spelling things But then, saying that, you wouldn't think Alfreton (where I am) would be difficult to say but the locals (which I'm not, I moved here 10 years ago lol) call it Often. Hello, there's an A, an L and an R in there!!!Yes, not far
I've heard that anecdote before except it was an Austrlian couple and they asked for directions to "Looger Beroogah" It is also what we call it. Or, you know, just "Luffbra".
Psh, yeah right. Crime on every corner. https://www.police.uk/northumbria/E6/crime/
I live in Newcastle, lol