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UNITED KINGDOM | Sunday, 17 May 2015 | Views [199]

Well, what I haven't gone over is what I have eaten here in England/Scotland.  At first particularly in England- I ate dinner out every night. I had the fish and chips, Indian Food, which I love, and in Manchester, Pakastani food, which is good and cheap.  The even cheap isn't cheap enough after awhile, (altough I did go out and have some hagus yesterday-even though I don't know what it is)-but eating out is tiring as well-especially cause fish and chips doesn't very much here.  I have found a supermarket in cities called Sainsbury, which has an awesome little Indian snack pack for $2.40 pounds (Vs. like a min of 6 pounds for eating out)-It is quite filling.  I have gotten it every day (Except yesterday-I found a similar store called Morrisons), where for $1.90 pounds  a pack of 6 vegetarian egg rolls).

For breakfast, a good healthy, inexpensive breakfast can be had at a place that isn't typically known for good, healty and often, inexpensive-The Golden Arches.  The pooridge is good (a cheap oatmeal I think), a bagel and coffee is inexpensive). The only difference by the way, in Mcdonalds here vs the states is that people just leave their trays on the table (with wrappers, left over food, etc) when they are done.  The garbages are as easily market, and look pretty much the same as they do at home, but these normally polite, good natured Brits (and Scotts we will see I think), can't seem to put their stuff in the garbage.

 

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