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Just got on the site, been rummaging through for a little bit. Love it so far - Les L. (North Carolina, USA)
Check out the 'British Open Pub' in Bonita Springs, FL, USA www.bonitabritishopen.com - Joe C. (Florida, USA)
Nothing wrong with having the vicar's wife around for tea!! - Ken A. (CT, USA)
I'm drinking tea and eating digestives as I enjoy your site. Does it have a link where I can officially become an honorary Brit? - Jenny B. (Massachusetts, USA)
I have a new one for you! The Blue Anchor Pub in Delray. Stopped by yesterday. Very nice place, a lot of history, very authentic! Didn't have a chance to eat www.theblueanchor.com Check it out! - Rick G. (Florida, USA)
It's not British but it's fun - The Royal Pig Pub in Fort Lauderdale - Good food! Rick G. (Florida, USA)
Check out the Chip Shop in Brooklyn, New York www.chipshopnyc.com - Leah D. (New York, USA)
Great site - you should stock Hartley's MA MADE for me! - Karen G. (Connecticut, USA)
I'm an Engineer looking for a page for us Anoraks - I'll put turbine shots in the forum - Phil G (from up-north).
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Use the form below to tell us where you are and what's going on. Upload a photo of you enjoying expat life. We'll post both of them below. Looking to meet other expats? Tell us the details and we'll post that as well. Got a favorite pub, bar or restaurant? - you know what to do.