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introduction
#1
My name is Tom, I'm from America, New York to be specific.
I recently came to London to go to Uni , I got a scholarship to King's College
I'm 19 years old.

I'm new to the UK, I like it hear and with what's happening back home I thinkI'd like to stay here permanently, I didn't really like it back in America, I sort of came here to escape.
#2
Welcome to GS Smile

How do you like it over in the UK?

I recently started a thread about moving and brought up about moving to the UK (and a few other countries)... I live in a rural area in NC so I don't know much about living in a big city and so forth but I am curious about your experiences now being in the UK if you don't mind sharing.
#3
Welcome to GS and the UK.

Please don't stay just in London as the rest of the UK is totally different, west country is the best part lol!!!
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#4
Welcome to the forum Confusedmile:

PS [MENTION=18789]artyboy[/MENTION] is totally right, the West Country is the best!
#5
Welcome to GS Smile
#6
Axle: I love it here in the UK, I've already made so many friends (and apparently I have a really hot guy hitting on me) so far so good.

I'll have to check out the West country.
#7
Cagliostro Wrote:Axle: I love it here in the UK, I've already made so many friends (and apparently I have a really hot guy hitting on me) so far so good.

I'll have to check out the West country.

I am from the West Country it's a fantastic place.
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#8
Cagliostro Wrote:Axle: I love it here in the UK, I've already made so many friends (and apparently I have a really hot guy hitting on me) so far so good.

I'll have to check out the West country.

I wonder what advice one would have to move to the UK from the US...

Perhaps you (and many of the other here) have some insight...
#9
Why do you want to move out from US if you don't mind me asking.. I was planning to move to UK or US but I heard that it's hard unless you got a job offer and someone is willing to sponsor you.
#10
Or you could come and live in Australia....it is exactly like the UK and USA...but heaps better....unless you fancy sheep, then New Zealand is your cup of tea.
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