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i am Sarah and i will be moving to Perth in July this year. Anybody else out there moving there during the same year 2014 do contact me. So we can be a bit of help for each other. Or if there are people who moved already from UAE and have a lot of info to give are most welcome too. :cute:



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Hi Sarah,

We are moving to WA in July this year, currently we are in Qatar. Would like to stay in touch for info sharing.

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