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    20 yrs ago I was 17/18 and took a gap year before Uni...worked for 6mths to save and then travelled for 6mths - started in London and landed in New York on my 18th birthday. Worked at a US summer camp for a couple months then travelled the US and the to Sth Africa. One of the best years of my life....

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    I was 9 and in Year 4. We had moved from a small country town to the 'city' (suburbs) and I had never lived in a busy area before.
    My best friend was Vicky because she was the first person to talk to me when I started my new school and we were friends up until we had a falling out in 2009.
    My older brother got together with my sister in law that year too. I always just refer to her as a third sister because I hardly remember life without her!

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