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A quandry!

Discussion in 'Geography' started by theyesman, May 23, 2012.

  1. theyesman

    theyesman New commenter

    My other half has been offered a job in London next year. Great! I hear you say. But (and it's a big but) they are absolutley useless at finding their way around using maps and I am worried about getting panicky phonecalls from lost souls at strange O'Clock!
    In your honest opinion would they be better off going to night school and studying for an A level in geography to enable everything from demographic trends to be identified through to shifting coastline changes and the identification of landmarks taken from OS maps or buying a Tom Tom from Halfords?
    I'm thinking - go with the simple solution but this isn't always best.
    Thanks everyone
    The Yesman
     
  2. theyesman

    theyesman New commenter

    My other half has been offered a job in London next year. Great! I hear you say. But (and it's a big but) they are absolutley useless at finding their way around using maps and I am worried about getting panicky phonecalls from lost souls at strange O'Clock!
    In your honest opinion would they be better off going to night school and studying for an A level in geography to enable everything from demographic trends to be identified through to shifting coastline changes and the identification of landmarks taken from OS maps or buying a Tom Tom from Halfords?
    I'm thinking - go with the simple solution but this isn't always best.
    Thanks everyone
    The Yesman
     

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