is it generally rich or poor, posh or rough? White-English or multi-racial?
Me and my friend have been mates for 20 years next year; we're based in the UK.
I want to push the boat out and go somewhere outside Europe for an affordable holiday (preferably less than a grand). Does anyone know of any deals?
I have a research telephone interview for my thesis tomorrow 40 mins before a train I have to catch from London Euston. Does anyone have ideas of where I may be able to make this call professionally without lots of background noise?
I don't mean "round" on a black or Brazilian level. Well not really.
Look at Englishwomen like Kelly Brook and you'll see what I mean.
I'm 17 and I'm gonna spend some weeks in London during the summer, I'm looking for something to add to the CV. How much is the fee?
Cost of living--especially housing/residential--is a factor. Are any of these places struggling more than any of the others in terms of economics, crime, or otherwise?
Looking to explore North London a little more, was wondering what are the most interesting areas around it? Some uniqueness for a dull stroll.
As in all countries people vary a great deal; many are warm and friendly. In big cities like London life is very fast and stressful. Some people may appear to be a bit gruff and unhelpful on the surface but just underneath there is a warm and friendly person