While somewhat more understandable than a lot of dialects in the UK (well, sometimes, anyway) there are certain quirks that we brummies have when we speak.
Brummie - Queen's English
"You alright bab?" - Hello, how are you?
"I'm going to town" - I am going into the city centre.
"Pop" - fizzy soft drink (e.g. coke)
"Bostin" - very good
"buzz" - bus
There are more and I'll add them as I notice them! :)
TO AVOID THE BEATEN TRACK, BY...
TO AVOID THE BEATEN TRACK, BY A GOOD MAP AT A LOCAL
SHOP, FOR INSTANCE IN BANGOR, AND WALK FROM ONE TOWN TO ANOTHER AND HOP ON THE BUS FROM THERE TO WHERE
YOU ARE STAYING. YOU SEE FAR MORE WHILE YOU ARE
WALKING AND THE DISTANCES ARE NOT TOO FAR.
EXPLORE THE HILLS, COASTSIDE.
This bar rocks. Some of the latest banging dance tunes are played here and it tells as this place gets rammed. Don't visit here if your claustrophobic.
There are several rooms in this bar to suit your mood. There is a main room with the latest tunes and in house dancers on the bar. Or if you feel like a conversation you could always try one of the smaller quieter rooms. Smart casual
We went there by car. Very...
We went there by car. Very comformtable and fast. From holland on the boat to Dover. Then the motorway to London and Birmingham.
Parking is awkward, but after 19.00 its free.
Traffic can be busy, but most of the times you can drive normally. Be aware of the speedcontrol!
Best kebab in Birmingham
Well, if everybody has a favourite kebab house, this is mine! They have a massive choice of takeaway food including of course kebabs! There is also plenty of seating if you prefer to have your kebab there and then.