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THE_Chris
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Registered: Apr 2002
Location: Ireland

Brilliant UK transport?

Visit the M25 thesedays, or have a look at the failure of the M6 Toll. Then have a trip down the A3 to Hindhead, and wish the tunnel was open to bypass that place


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Old Post Apr-02-2008 10:26  Ireland
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G K Murray
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Registered: Dec 2001
Location: A smog free place near Middlesbrough

Wasn't really talking about congestion, or the state of the roads.

More the fact i used to have to walk 6 miles to a bus-stop so I could get to the city, and I never lived out-in-the-sticks just on a suburb.

Old Post Apr-03-2008 12:06  England
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PvD4Life
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Registered: Oct 2007
Location: Dubai, Toronto

Hey people,

any big house/trance DJs playing between the 10th and the 12th in London!

cheers

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mr.anderson
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Registered: Nov 2003
Location: P R E S T O N ,England,UK

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Originally posted by G K Murray
Interesting to hear a few people commenting on how bad the UK is.

I've lived in Australia for about a year now. Trust me - England is a great counrty. I suppose it's a case of "you don't know what you've got until it's gone", or something like that.

Nice weather here but that's about it. Just be thankfull that the UK has an unbeleivable dance scene, and there's plenty of work, transport is briliant etc....

People just dont appreciate what we have got here...

Plus we get paid more than Australians and we dont have poisonous spiders lol

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n3lly
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Registered: May 2003
Location: Dublin

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Originally posted by mr.anderson
People just dont appreciate what we have got here...

Plus we get paid more than Australians and we dont have poisonous spiders lol


Pointless comment. We get paid more. We pay more.

I just spent a year in australia, 2 months in new zealand and travelled asia.

Basically i boiled it down to loving living over there because i made good mates.

They have a different attitude to life. In australia, you get your job, pay your rent, and have a few spare beer tokens at the end of the day.

Over here it's all a lot more frantic. House prices are fucked, living expenses are through the roof.

I basically put it down to my mates. It's probably the most important part of my life for me. Having a good laugh with your friends. Nights out in Dublin are shite, but they have been getting better. I wasn't expecting shite when i got back 6 weeks ago (i was away for 16 months) but every weekend someones been playing and my only worry now is work!

If i knew what career i wanted and the direction i wanted to go in i'd probably have stayed over there for a few years. (only because i made some really good friends)

Most friends at home have either moved over to the UK or are still traveling.

The UK isn't that bad though as you have a larger population and more things going on. Ireland is sometimes just too small, but then that's the beauty of the place isn't it.

went on a bit of a tangent there.

If you want to get pissed and have a laugh with locals. Ireland's not too bad, if you're looking for some good trance nights....... Good luck.

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mr.anderson
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Registered: Nov 2003
Location: P R E S T O N ,England,UK

Is Republic of Ireland more expensive than the UK?

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DK Man
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Registered: Sep 2005
Location: Montreal, Canada

I'm coming to London for 2 nights before heading out to Ibiza in September. September 19th & 20, it's a shame I already got my hotels and airline tickets, if not I would have went to Sheffield insted. Anyway, what club should I visit? I love Trance, I wanted to go to Ministry of Sound but It's Danny Tenaglia & Dave Seaman not at all Trancy! What do you TA suggest???
Thanks
Dom K.

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johnnyreno
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Registered: Oct 2008
Location: Malaga.. Spain

I went around dublin and cork with some friends. It was just far too expensive for to go out.


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SnuggLe
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Registered: Mar 2001
Location: Den Haag, Hakkuh!

Hi,
I'm in London on the 22nd/23rd of February. Any good parties in London around that time? Mostly intro progressive house (Sasha/Digweed etc). Any help appreciated!


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Stilez
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Registered: Dec 2001
Location: here & there

Hey guys,

does anyone know of any reasonably cheap hostels or places to stay in London? I'll be there for 4 days the end of June and all the places we've found so far a fairly pricey. Even the hostels.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks


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winston
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Registered: Nov 2005
Location: Yggdrasill

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RR87
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Registered: Sep 2006
Location: Europe

going to Ireland at the end of the month? Anything interesting happening out there?


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