I'm from England
me too I left 25 years agobut i still miss.......pubs, football and the lovely British countryside, oh and BBC radio..........but not the lousy weather, or the sheer awkwardness and high cost of living there.Its a lot better nowadays though, I can read all the UK newspapers on line and all prem footie games are on live
I left 25 years ago
Why you left, Kev?
I lived in Los Angeles for 2 years Dmitry (1982) in a place called Laguna Beach, I got used to the climate and beaches but after my work contract ran out the Americans would not let me stay even though my employer wanted to keep me, so instead of returning to cold wet miserable England I ended up in tropical Queensland Australia, which also has great hot weather and great beaches, they gave me a permanent residence visa and now I am a citizen of Australia
So are you Australian now or still English??
I wanted to move to Australia too, but my wife says it is a world away. And I still afraid Australia is too hot for me.
I have both English & Australian passports, I will live the rest of my life in Australia, I love it so much here, but I could never give up being British, fortunately I (and my family) was allowed dual nationality
Interesting you say British,i always say i'm English in fact on forms,electoral forms etc i cross out British and put EnglishDoes that make sense or am i being petty?
I dont know if your being petty, I guess its up to you really, I just regard myself as British ie from Great Britain
I see,I regard myself as English as in from England
...and now I am a citizen of Australia
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