West Virginia (USA) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and her home town is modern and upmarket. I made friends in who were from a small town called Whitesville, they were at college in Charleston. When I stayed in Whitesville with them I was amazed at the way many of the residents lived. One man, called Harry, was nearly 40 and lived in an eight foot square shed on his parents lawn. His shed had a couch for sitting and sleeping, a TV and a computer. There was no floor space. He'd never heard of Tony Blair, didn't know where Washington DC was,and spent his days playing an online RPG, Everquest. I met a guy while I was out here. His name was Scott and he was 25. I liked him to start with b... more
Customer West Virginia (USA) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/10/06 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Please note i previously posted this review on Ciao, I've just added some more info I had always planned to go to West Virginia to visit my Uncle and Aunt who live in the state capital, Charleston. They paid for my flights for my 18th birthday so in 1999, I flew alone. In order to travel on an open ticket, you have to fill in a Visa Waiver form which allows you to stay in the US for 3 months at a time. I was there for almost a year, travelling back to the UK every quarter, staying for a week and then travelling back out. From Manchester you fly to Philadelphia, then by internal flight to Charleston. You can get flights pretty cheap through american airlines- ... Read the complete review
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