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11. Posted by FionaNZ (Respected Member 903 posts) 11y

Yeah it was, we had a lot of freedom, unfortunately places in NZ aren't that safe anymore & most parents drive their kids to school now.. & the PC nazi's have taught them that sport isn't a high priority & that you don't have to win & let them stay inside playing playstation instead We call our secondary education (from 13 - 18yrs) College!

12. Posted by mahmud (Full Member 247 posts) 11y

Barisal : A small town of Bangladesh. Very nice, plenty of green, a small river, canals, small houses, nice peoples- are the main characterstics of this town. I love this very much.

13. Posted by mahmud (Full Member 247 posts) 11y

Soory. In my previous post while i wrote that i love my home town very much, the word LOVE automaticly linked with a porne site. Do not know how to delete this. Sorry agin.

14. Posted by Peter (Admin 5789 posts) 11y

Quoting mahmud

Soory. In my previous post while i wrote that i love my home town very much, the word LOVE automaticly linked with a porne site. Do not know how to delete this. Sorry agin.

Hi Mahmud, I'm afraid it sounds like your computer is infected with some adware. We don't automatically add links to people's entries and would never link to a porn site.

See this thread for a recent discussion on getting rid of your infection.

15. Posted by andifras (Full Member 55 posts) 11y

Quoting Travel100

Quoting FionaNZ

My home town is Levin, nothing to be that proud of, left it as soon as I finished college (high school), but it was a great place to grow up as a kid, it was safe for a start, we rode our bikes to school or walked, stayed out running around in bare feet until it got dark which was
about 9pm in the summer, played heaps of sports, couple of beaches,
couple of great rivers, could ride your horse anywhere

Wow, that sounds like a GREAT place to grow up .

What does "college (high school)" mean?

See that sounds great to grow up in and the weather was always nice and you could play outside when you want? That's why i don't like living in Britain when i grew up. It was horrible weather! Had to stay in lots in our town as it was so boring and drab.

16. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 11y

My hometown (or my current one), Hafnarfjörður, is a great little town just next to Reykjavik. There is a discussion about joining them and a few other little towns together, but hopefully that won't happen. The population is about 22 thousand. Our town is known for it's elf history and we are also very proud of our viking heritage. Every year we have a viking festival which is one of the highlights of the cultural year. It's name, Hafnarfjörður, means fjord of the harbour so obviously we have a big harbour here and a lot of the men here are fishermen.
The town has really built up these last years so now we stretch from the harbour well into the lava.

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