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Lone traveler new from the UK

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by Ciroc.C, Jul 9, 2014.

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  1. Ciroc.C

    Ciroc.C Newbie

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    :nworthy: Hi I'm coming to Vegas on the 13th for 3 nights on my way back to the UK after backpacking for a year. I'm hoping to meet some new people while I'm here as I don't want to spend the whole time on my own. Any advise on where's best would be great thanks, Grant.
     
  2. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    Welcome to the board! What an adventure you have been on....congrats. It is easy to meet people in LV.....everywhere you turn is an opportunity to strike up a conversation.....just depends on what you are looking for & where your interests take you. Might provide a little more info....your age, where staying and what you plan to do while there. Good luck & have a great time!!
     
  3. Corinne

    Corinne Low-Roller

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    Carry a Marks and Spencer bag, lol. Once when I had a cardigan in one so many people talked to me I couldn't believe it. They love the English accent. Seriously though if you sit at a bar, at a slot machine or at a table and start a conversation most people will reciprocate. A lot of restaurants have a bar area and it's often people on their own who sit to eat there and just by one quick remark you may start a nice chat session while eating. People seem to be friendlier and more eager to talk than they do in the UK.
     
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