P.K. Posted December 18, 2012 Share Posted December 18, 2012 The Scandinavian countries are great places to live - Norway, Sweden and Finland; Yes but their suicide rate is depressing enough to drive you to - let's not go there. It's hardly surprising though. I spent several winter months working in central Sweden at a place called Ljungby. Population about 15k. Two bars - the hotel and the Charlie Chaplin pub - I kiddeth you not. Let's just say the folks in Ljungby weren't big on going out and having a good time with their mates. It's okay to visit - for a very short while. But if you think the IoM is insular, believe me you ain't seen nothing until you get to North Wales! I once spent 3 years in Anglesey - no, I spent 3 days there, but it seemed like 3 years! Prior to CrapTowns and it's worthy winner Hull the scruffiest place in the UK was deemed to be Holyhead. ....most of the UK is abyssmal and depressing. I knew it was in a depression but I hadn't realised it had gone over a cliff! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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