reply to post by HUMBLEONE
As a Brit I can say that so true, it's actually funny!!
I;m off to sleep now anyway, but just in closing, I will say we (Brits at least, no one like the french that why were were at war with them for 1000
years) in general like the Americans, the way an older Brother with a drink problem loves his younger more handsome brother. but also thinks he's a
bit of a cocky twat at the same time, but thats OK cos the brother knows he old boy is a bit bitter.
Anyway, what I am saying, is travel should be a joy. Please don't fall for the we have everything here in America line. Believe me you have a lot of
different land types and topography, but you don't have everything the world has to offer, and that is a fact.
At the end, we are all human, and we have one world.
Don't let geo politics and fake border restrict your right to life experiences.
I always though how lucky everyone is to always find their soul mate / true love in their life, especially when they live in the same town!!
That was until I met a Mexican woman, and found that love can arise in the strangest of places. and it is never what you expect.
if you are short on money, then save for that once in a life time trip to see the thing you always wnated to see. But make sure you do it.
I love visiting the US. I hate the commercialism, and the hyper sensitivity,. cos I get that at home. but I love the happy go lucky can do thingy.
al0ng with the laid back. I just hate it when foreign immigrants (usually european) try to be more american than the americans!!! thats just silly
I live on Mc D's steaks and ribs on business trips, and love crappy US comedy films, But it doesn;t mean I ant to be there 24/7 nor have your way of
life. just as sure as you won't want mine
it's the old saying everywhere is a great place to visit, but I wouldn't wnat to live there. But just as long as you have visited! that's the
Good night one and all!