Feeling trapped

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by OrganicSoundball, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. Hi everyone :D I'm from Coventry, right in the middle of England, and although I love my city in a kind of patriotic, 'I grew up here so I have to' way, I would love to get out there and explore. I'm flesh and bone, I'm a rolling stone and the experts say I'm delirious ;)
    I get cabin fever if I'm in one place for too long- I just want to travel and be free, or at least find somewhere that makes me feel at home.
    I like literature, animals, nature, the ocean and scenes of beauty. I don't like big cities and although I'm more of a nature person, I need to be able to party as well :') Is there anywhere in England that I would feel at home in?
  2. Maybe Brighton? Or something... Not sure... I've moved around a lot in the UK, and my favourite cities of which I have experienced, are Edinburgh and Brighton.

    I'm just about to move back to the Midlands after a year in Germany, so give me 6 months and I'll be tired of it too! hehe.

    Good luck =)
  3. Insignia

    Insignia Member

    Brighton....try it...just do it xx
  4. Insignia

    Insignia Member

    There you go...brighton it is then lol
  5. I'm liking the idea of Brighton! I've also always wanted to move to Falmouth... the university is so creative and I could do my English literature degree but I'm not sure what the nightlife out there is like:p Can't be any worse than Coventry though:L
  6. unedited

    unedited Member

    HAHA try Lincolnshire.

    (no, don't)
  7. Oh god, my ex's cousin lives in Lincoln, she's ridiculously irritating xD
  8. I don't know if it's a bit far for you but as you love nature Ireland could be a great place to visit for its peaceful scenery and you could travel around and visit a busier area when you're looking for the nightlife. I know there's a lot of backpacker hostels in Dublin so you would meet a range of people:)
  9. Ah I'd love to go to Ireland... the accents drive me crazy xD that's a good idea...
  10. haha, you should go! I bet it would be a great experience :) staying in a hostel would give you the opportunity to meet people from all over the world.
  11. glassii

    glassii Guest

    Ireland is ok for scenery, you wanna go to the west and southwest, southeast is sunnier but the best scenery is Kerry, Clare, there are nice places up the north also, There's not much to do in Dublin, I wouldn't advise it. You could go organic farming in France or Spain...think its called 'wwoofing'..work for your lodging, the simple life
  12. BeachBall

    BeachBall Nosey old moo

    Don't limit yourself to England

    Try Inverness, or Cardiff
  13. mvmcd1950

    mvmcd1950 mvmcd1950

    the head of wwoofing in ireland is a lady called annie, who lives in west cork.. your fellow wwoofers could give you all the information about places to try.. hostelling is also great.. you meet lots of lovely people, & you never hear of bad stuff happening..

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