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post #16 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-10-2004, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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Re: destination?

Well, I'm half spanish, so I think I would fit in better in S. America.

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And why don't you try learning some Spanish, Donna?

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I want to, really

I had a spanish class a few years ago, but since then I've forgotten almost everything.

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You should take them again. It's always nice to know more languages.

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I agree with Bjorkman_girl come live in Sydney, its got the best beaches, best weather, great guys what more can you want??

I would love to go visit Europe and stuff but I wouldn't want to go forever, I love Sydney too much!!
lol I love Sydney, but I want a dual citizenship! I dont know where, but somewhere in Europe. All of these handsome men on the ATP circuit, they're doing a fantastic job representing their countries. I think I'm in denial about the possibility of regular guys **REGULAR... omg Regular Joe! Or Average Joe... I missed the final! *Runs to see who melena picked* Ooh Mr Jason Storm! Weatherman extraordinairre. Such a pretty boy. Ah well. They will make a good-looking couple for the estimated month or two they'll be together :P I feel bad for the other guy, but he's rich, and Jason lives at home with his folks at 26? So, she cant be that shallow :O ah well! back to tennis
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For holiday destination somewhere like Egypt but for somewhere to live I would choose America and hope to do it one day.

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DUBAI

*Best standard of living in the world (or close)
*everything is cheap and salaries high, no taxes
*has everything
*they are building an Olympic complex including the one for winter Olympics (that's going to be indoor sadly, including the skii mountain)
*cheap tennis
*Blooming economy
*is going to have a monorail system soon.
* Soon will have Tier 1 tennis, although it already hosts a popular tourney
I lived here for 10 years and I want to live nowhere else. You might miss trees at first but you'll get used to it fast and would still have enough of them on holidays.

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OMG no! don't come here (argentina). Really don't.

You'll have a hard time finding a job, really hard time. Beggers are everywhere, there's a lot of insecurity etc. The weather is okay, but not the best. And guys... well yah they're freakin hot lol but still, not worth coming here.

I myself am thinkin of moving to london when i grow a bit older cuz i really can't stand living here. Definetely go to London.
Besides, we have practically NO tennis tournament! And soccer is our main sport so... no i really dont think you'll like it over here, besides of the fact we speak spanish.

And yah i'm not very patriotic, i know
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Yes London is place I want to visit, not sure I could live there, I have visited South of France and definetely felt it was somewhere I would be happy to live.

Argentina no good then Carito? lol
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Well i've visited London. It's beautiful, i looooved it!

Well no, not really, smudger Maybe a nice place to visit, but that's it.
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I just spent a week in London!!! It was fantastic, the sites were great and the public transport is great, but often my mum and I would think "why do the British do everything dumb"
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come to Switzerland! Geneva and Zurich r the 2 most liveable of the world according 2004 official ranking (followed by Vancouver and Sydney). No crime, public transport is great and very punctual, public services in general work great, ppl r nice, friendly, salaries high and low taxes, a lot of foreigners (the 25% of population isnt swiss) so u could feel @ ur ease, in the middle of Europe, close to France, Italy, Germany, Holland, life is quiet, no noise, no traffic, but also a lot of clubs and restaurants, beautiful shops.
Just 1 con: life is very expensive so until u get a job, its difficult to live there with saved up money.

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Isn't switzerland cold? Just asking
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post #29 of 29 (permalink) Old 06-30-2004, 10:24 PM
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Yep lol great for sking but no good if you dont like lily white legs but theres always sunbeds lmao
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