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Accommodation in Bangor
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for £120 a week, I feel as though a few things should be free at point of use; the laundrette for example and maybe the use of sports facilities such as the AstroTurf - £30 an hour is a bit steep. Security come round every 5 minutes at 11 o'clock to make you turn your music down on a Friday night. This year, as a fresher was placed in a flat of 10 that included just two other freshers (one of them I had applied to live with), the rest were international students and 2nd and 3rd years that had a 'been there done that' attitude and for this reason it has been pretty hard to integrate too well. I feel a bit hard done by that we couldn't have had some freshers, luckily we had friends who were in a flat that were all freshers; it feels as though we had a poor ratio.
I was in a hall on the 3rd floor at the back of Enlli. This flat has no other flat opposite it, so we lost the social element of having fellow students across the hall. This wouldn't have mattered if our flat didn't contain 3 international students who, despite being invited out with us every night, had no interest in being our friend. That left me with 5 solid friends from first year and I truly believe that has effected my entire uni life (I'm now a 3rd year). DON'T CRAM AN OUT OF THE WAY FLAT WITH INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS THAT DON'T WANNA COME PUT AND PLAY!!!!
really good hall. our kitchen was cleaned every Wednesday and by a really friendly cleaner who didn't hate us for what mess we left her. The lift never broke. Our lights on the corridor broke once but that was sorted quickly and it was fun while it lasted. 8 people in my flat one of which was the warden, might sound daunting but she was as worse as us sometimes haha