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Old Feb 19, 08, 4:13 am   #1
 
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London's most useful websites:

London's most useful websites:

I'm searching for links to popular "London/UK" websites for:

-Message boards/forums, (related to English teaching like Eslcafe dot com but for London)
-Classifieds, listings, service advertisements, and English teaching job postings (i.e loquo (spain), gumtree, craigslist, adzooks, etc...)
-Rideshare (collection of posts, listings), where locals drive passengers to/from destinations for ridiciloulsy low prices, or in exchange for good conversation (i.e. freewheelers).
-Gay personals/message sites, like gaydar, and gayromeo ( but specifically for London, or UK)
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Old Feb 19, 08, 4:28 am   #2
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I'd recommend a quick look through similar threads by the OP before anyone decides to spend any of their time answering this

The best of Madrid

The best of Andalucia

I'm looking for a thrift clothing shop in Barcelona?


And the mother of all time wasting threads:

2 years roaming Europe? How does it work at customs?
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Old Feb 19, 08, 5:06 am   #3
 
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I'd recommend a quick look through similar threads by the OP before anyone decides to spend any of their time answering this

The best of Madrid

The best of Andalucia

I'm looking for a thrift clothing shop in Barcelona?


And the mother of all time wasting threads:

2 years roaming Europe? How does it work at customs?
One things for sure with his attitude toward everyone I'm not sure he's cut out for teaching....
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Old Feb 19, 08, 6:28 am   #4
 
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Mind your own business please.

And if you knew a thing about English teaching abroad you'd know it's as easy as pie, no matter who you are.

Does anyone know how to block, or permenantly ignore users on this forum?
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Old Feb 19, 08, 6:41 am   #5
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And if you knew a thing about English teaching abroad you'd know it's as easy as pie, no matter who you are.
Not if you are actually out to teach English rather than just prise money from aspiring students
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Does anyone know how to block, or permenantly ignore users on this forum?
1. go to MyFlyerTalk (top left hand corner)
2. select "Buddy / Ignore Lists" (bottom left hand corner)
3. enter name of FTer you wish to ignore

I would feel honoured if you would include my handle, LapLap, in your list.
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Old Feb 19, 08, 6:42 am   #6
 
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I can't see anything here that can't be answered through Google, so I'm closing this thread.
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