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Old 11-29-2016, 09:43 PM
Location: SF Bay Area
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Originally Posted by davebarnes View Post

Have you checked the booze prices in the Nordic countries? Pretty important to some of us alcoholics?

Portugal and España have wonderful food. I loved tapas everywhere in España. I love seafood so Portugal is for me. Oh, did I mention wine and ham?
[Insert Asian country 1] is probably the most over priced and boring country to travel to. I just don't understand why people keep doing that. [Insert Asian country 1] and [Insert Asian country 2] are the least interesting places to visit in Asia.

[Insert random country 1],[Insert random country 2], [Insert random country 3], all bunch of boring countries with bad [Insert random thing you don't like]. You get [Insert random number] times the fun travelling in [Insert random country 4],[Insert random country 5], [Insert random country 6]. The fact people even go to see [Insert random country 1] is mind boggling, to do what exactly, practice [Insert random language]?
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Old 11-30-2016, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by David A Stone View Post
I found that out by watching Fist 48.

Seems most of the neighborhood witnesses to murders have to be questioned in Spanish.
I get that. That isn't so unusual in many cities as there are a lot of non-English speaking residents here.

That was my first time, though, where a worker in the US addressed me in Spanish first like that, and didn't even seem realize it until the very end when I spoke in English.
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Old 11-30-2016, 08:59 AM
Location: Hougary, Texberta
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Originally Posted by Dd714 View Post
English travels well just about everywhere in the world, at least in well known tourist spots and/or business offices.
At this point in global history, it's the closest thing we have to a global standard universal language.

Singapore...LOL, well yeah, thanks Einstein who wrote the article. English is the official language (1 of the 4). That's like saying you will have no problem with English in Scotland.
Depending on where in Scotland, you may have much more success in Singapore.
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Old 11-30-2016, 02:05 PM
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ISRAEL! Essentially every educated person there speaks English well. Even most regular folks on the street speak decently. Almost all street signs and menus are in English too. It's practically an American colony. Most tourist spots take dollars too.
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