Guest cazandbrad

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    Guest cazandbrad

    just a few things i have noticed that are diff to england ha

     

    - the roads are huge, no such thing as country lanes here

    - every house is individual makes england look so dull

    - every word is shortened had no idea what rellies meant!

    - hardly anyone has a tan here

    - kids can drive at 16

     

    anyone else found some.....

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    Guest Wersal Gummage

    If you go into a pub and ask for a pint, your given half a pint in a womans glass.

    If you go into a Pub you could think you have made a mistake and walked into Ladbrokes or William Hills.

    Schools are very open, nothing like the Stalag 13 look-alike schools in the Y-uk.

    clear sea water here.

    bigger houses for your money and 95% detached.

    Not many Indians or Pakistanis.

    less traffic.

    Better schools (in my opinion)

    better beer too.

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    Guest ReadyPenny

    If you want, winding country roads, you need to head for the hills!!! We certainly have them up here!

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    Guest kangomik

    Old norton summit road, through to Lobethal, Gorge road through to Lobethal (past cuddlee creek) Montanue (is that spelt right?) through to mount lofty past Cleland wildlife park are about as country road as it gets.

    Traffic lights can be amusing.

    As can the rail crossings when the frieght comes through.

    No pedalo's on the beaches.

    BBQ's in parks.

    Happy people.

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    Old norton summit road, through to Lobethal, Gorge road through to Lobethal (past cuddlee creek) Montanue (is that spelt right?) through to mount lofty past Cleland wildlife park are about as country road as it gets.

    Traffic lights can be amusing.

    As can the rail crossings when the frieght comes through.

    No pedalo's on the beaches.

    BBQ's in parks.

    Happy people.

     

     

    Just described my favourite roads on the bike!!! lol

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    Guest cazandbrad

    Oooh will have to go up to the hills soon as i want to check the place out, is it anything like english countryside? Is it worth sacrificing the beach?

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