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almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 08:03:37

how many countries are on here??

Fio2 Fri 29-Apr-05 08:05:28

outer mongolia

Toothache Fri 29-Apr-05 08:05:51


almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 08:06:56

flo do behave!

SoupDragon Fri 29-Apr-05 08:18:07

A small moon near a blue-green planet.

almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 08:24:06

whistle whistle whistlwhistle!! sd

take it noones taking thes seriously lol

hermykne Fri 29-Apr-05 08:24:21


almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 08:26:29

ok so we have the british isles exept wales//wales anyone??

jabberwocky Fri 29-Apr-05 08:29:57

U.S. (but I try not to say it too loudly atm)

hayleylou Fri 29-Apr-05 08:31:43


ggglimpopo Fri 29-Apr-05 08:42:49

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suzywong Fri 29-Apr-05 08:44:40

Western Australia

almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 09:12:31

thats more like it lol..oh suzy see what you mean bout the hike to bring the brownies to darwin lol

LIZS Fri 29-Apr-05 09:18:11


Leogaela Fri 29-Apr-05 09:26:53


bobbybob Fri 29-Apr-05 09:47:33

New Zealand

sallystrawberry Fri 29-Apr-05 09:48:25

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FIMAC1 Fri 29-Apr-05 09:53:10

Could I hijack this thread slightly and ask the International Mums about their countries: We are thinking of emigrating in the next few years, we have lived in the States twice, for three years each time with dh job, and have found it hard to settle back (been back 3 years now). The UK is so crowded, conjested, drinking habits of the young are sooooo depressing, want to take our two and relocate to somewhere warmer, drier and just, well, nicer!

My brother is in Perth and I feel that that is a long way to travel back from to see Grandparents etc, also visited him and found it quite like the States there anyway, we thought possibly Canada? The fact you can ski there would be a bonus

Thanks for any advice

almostanangel Fri 29-Apr-05 10:05:52

no prob with hijack re oz being like the states oz is a big place and im sure most of it is wonderful.......

suzywong Fri 29-Apr-05 10:16:41

I think you will find Canada more like the States than Perth
Yes there are big retail strips and malls, but that's about the extent of it
And don't forget that via Perth is the fastet way to get back to the UK from Australia

FIMAC1 Fri 29-Apr-05 10:17:54


How long have you lived in New Zealand? Is it somewhere worth considering as far as re-locating from the UK?

collision Fri 29-Apr-05 10:18:12


FIMAC1 Fri 29-Apr-05 10:21:24

Have a cousin in Vancouver - we loved it there when we visited - possible jobs there for dh too

Brother is coming back for a year in Aug to decide whether or not he is going to stay for good - been there for 20 years but feels it is very isolated - maybe we could consider the East Coast?

ghosty Fri 29-Apr-05 10:46:57

I am in New Zealand too ...
We moved here 3 years ago and love it. Only downside is that it is very far from family but with email, msn, texting and cheap phone deals it isn't that bad ...
Oh, and can't find decent sausages here
And they don't have Ikea ...
Funny driving rules ...
and the weetabix is crap
But I can live with all that ...
Scenery stunning
Schools good
People great
Weather ... um, very wet where I am (Auckland) but never that cold (haven't worn a coat for 3 years) ... summers can be amazing ...

suzywong Fri 29-Apr-05 10:48:18

ghosty there is a nice in the market for proper sausages in our part of the world
Mother Inferior taunts me cruelly with reviews of her Duchy Originals

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