Joined: Thu Feb 24, 2005 10:09 pm Posts: 269 Location: Tanzania, Selous Game Reserve
I'm living in holland with a dutch passport aswell. But as you all know that doesn't mean I am en dutchman. yes to the state I am.
I was born in SA (sannieshof, wes transvaal) than moved to Venda (siloam) and at the time I turned 8 we went to holland. so I am living for about 13 years in holland now, but that doesn't make me a dutchman.
I am and always will be a South-African.
Its your hart what tells you your nationality. and my hart is telling me that I am an South-African (Suid-Afrikaan).
Joined: Thu Feb 24, 2005 12:25 am Posts: 249 Location: Probably not coming back to Africa soon :-)
Oh dear - I seem to have missed this first time around
I think I can best describe myself as "British" (although not UK) - I am pure Scots by parentage, but I was born in Malta and have lived most of my life south of Hadrian's Wall - the vast majority of it in Jersey (which is part of the British Isles but is not a part of the United Kingdom).
At the moment I'm living in England but I hope to be back in Jersey permanently in the next couple of months.
Award: Video of the Year (2013) Joined: Tue May 31, 2005 11:48 pm Posts: 854 Location: between a lot of green in Holland
I am from the Netherlands but two times a Year I am inhabitant of the KNP.In my country I live in the outback and my neighbours are wild pigs, roe deer, red deer, voxes, badges, 6 dogs and cats and a lot more. That is our little Dutch KNP.
I'm Indian. Looking fwd to my first visit to SA in 32 days time I've spent a lot of time in the Indian jungles, it will be exciting to be in a completely different kind of country, seeing completely different kinds of animals. Cant wait
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