What do you like about your home town?
If the answer is nothing. Please explain.
I like the fact that I can call it home! I know my city inside-out. I will have to write a blog about Toronto soon, it's a fabulous city. We are not perfect but we manage.
My hometown was a little on the smaller side. I liked it because everyone really did know everything about everyone else. I liked that we were so tight-knit and you could go into the store and see any five people you knew on any given day.
Although i live in Bern, Switzerland, i still consider my hometown where i grow up and live with my parents, brothers and sisters, where i went to school (Elementary and Highschool). My hometown is a little town in Agusan Province, Philippines.
I like my hometown because it is located in a beautiful nature of green environment and a natural beach with grey/black fine sand with refreshing sea water.
The people are friendly, polite and hospitable. We have good neighbors, giving and taking is practiced like giving or sharing food specialities. Helping one another etc.
I love nature, and i could find it all in my hometown, the sea, mountains, rice plantations so with banana, mais, mangos and many others.
It is Christianity that unite the people in my hometown. Every Sunday, people are going to mass and after the mass, everyone greets one another. A pleasant atmosphere.
The beauty of the grapevines each year mixed with the mustard and the friendliness of the community. The wonderful food and lovely wines!
Great sense of community, good schools, easy commute to everything. Would retire here.
The people in it. I wish I could say more but that is it for my hometown.
by pgrundy 8 years ago
This is hitting South Bend now, where I grew up. I have a house there with a renter in it that I"m about to lose:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/30/us/30 … y.html?hpwIt's so bizarre. The industrial midwest is getting really, really bad.
by Cathy 8 years ago
What is your hometown famous or infamous for...someone famous or something extraordinary or very bizarre?
by KevinC9998 6 years ago
If you could live in any city in the world, where would it be and why?
by Captnclyde 3 years ago
Would you consider leaving your home town and moving to a foreign country?Which countries would you consider and why?
by Traci 6 years ago
Do you believe in signs?I am considering moving back to my home town and every time I think it would be best to stay put someone calls me for in interview in my home town. If it is a sign I should go. On the other hand no one would be calling me if I didn't apply for the job.So what is your...
by L. Andrew Marr 8 years ago
It gets to a certain stage when the police in your home town said they don't care how many fights break out in the streets as long as there are no stabbings.I live in, what used to be, a nice little English town. I used to go out all the time in the evening. However, recently chavs (I suppose the...
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