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At every turn we meet Saffas and are constantly being introduced to them.My accent has stayed fairly strong as I teach with 6 other Southern Africans.History buffs may be interested in the city of Salisbury in Wiltshire, whose ancient medieval Cathedral is the home to the oldest clock in the UK, and one of the four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta.You will also find the famous and mysterious Stonehenge on the Salisbury plain.It’s a short drive to the good surfing beaches of Devon and Cornwall, has a sizeable harbour and is close to the Severn bridge crossing to Wales. “We live in the quiet countryside of Suffolk,” explains David Brous.“There are a few South Africans and Zimbabweans around us and it is very much a countryside way of life.Do you want to move to Europe but don’t want to leave the familiarity of boerewors and biltong behind, then just head to a Saffa-friendly neighbourhood in the UK.Or if you’re already living in the UK and are missing home then visit one of these hoods I like to think of myself as an Anglo-African.
I have met a couple of lifelong SA friends in the area, but we are certainly not surrounded.We have a local SA shop in Guildford, which makes us feel right at home,” says Belinda.If you love South African wine and want to be near some vineyards, Surrey or Sussex could really be the place for you.With the same geographical make up as the French Champagne area, the Surrey hills boast some English sparkling wines which are beginning to make their mark in the UK.Bristol is the United Kingdom’s eighth most populous city.
“I do believe there are other Saffas around as the BP station 2.5 miles away stocks a very small amount of biltong & droerworse.