Just one year!

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Registered: 12-31-2002
Just one year!
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Thu, 08-25-2011 - 6:14am

If you could live anywhere in the world for

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Registered: 06-06-2002
Thu, 08-25-2011 - 7:41am
I think I'm feeling too old to want to live anywhere else for that long! I'm no longer adventurous LOL It would be quite nice to live in Switzerland - clean, fresh air, not too far away. I could just about get by in the languages but I'd probably be arrested for jay walking - I'm used to crossing the street where I want to not where the law says and I think they have some other laws which I wouldn't like so maybe I need to think again!

If I could get a magic carepet and develop the ability to read the language Japan might be good to see the blossom festival and the doll festival. South Korea to improve DD's taekwondo could be good too and she speaks more of the language than I do.
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Registered: 10-06-2010
Thu, 08-25-2011 - 11:46am
Moss, for a long time I wanted to live in Switzerland, too. Unfortunately, when I did have the opportunity to go and live there, it wasn't the right opportunity for me so I declined it. I doubt I'd ever be arrested for jaywalking. I'm pretty good at crossing at street corners and zebra crosses only - not doing so stresses me out!

These days I would like to live in Argentina for a year. I hope that that will still be possible one day.
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Registered: 06-06-2002
Fri, 08-26-2011 - 5:44am
When I was in Switzerland, I didn't actually realise you had to only cross at crossings; I suppose now I know,. Here you can cross anywhere even if there is a crossing.

Argentina would be exciting - I read a novel about a girl who did that. My friend had an Argentinian boyfriend at the time of the British war with Argentina. They had to meet in New York for a while.
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Registered: 06-06-2002
Fri, 08-26-2011 - 5:44am
PS Nice siggy x
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