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Discussion in 'Travel Tips and Advice' started by Mattecube, Nov 19, 2019.
We have significant part of our customer base in a lot of the red and orange parts of Africa, our middle east customers are at least in the yellow bit, luckily I will never have to visit any of them.
Surprised to see as much of Egypt in red, and I would have thought Scotland was a bit safer than yellow but then again
Probably Glasgow not safer than yellow from what I'v heard.
You don't get many Sassenachs pub crawling in sauchieall Street
Glasgow's much better than it used to be Jim, quite civilised these days, it's certainly still possible to get a glass in the face or a knife in the gut but its much less likely than before.
The Merchant city and areas off Sauchieall Street are quite upmarket and desirable these days and Woodlands Road leading round to the University is quite upmarket too.
My home town Paisley is worse for violence now, not been back but I am thinking about buying a flat there in 5 years time when I retire in order to retain a UK base, dirt cheap properties in the areas I grew up in this area which is quite run down now.
Been to a couple of those countries,can’t also think of a few others that should be added to the list.