Perhaps it is a blessing in disguise that the weather in the UK is not so appealing to most visitors. If it is the one thing that deter people from making London their home, so be it. I think that most people who live in the capital will agree that there are far to many people in the city. It is the first thing you notice when you arrive in London as a foreigner. The mass of people, traffic and noise on every street in London is simply overwhelming.
There is an estimated population of 7,753,600 people living in London and the numbers are rising. More people are coming into the UK then they are leaving. Indeed since 2004 migration to and from Central Eastern Europe has increased with the accession to the European Union of eight Central and Eastern European states. Other nationalities that have also been flooding in to the UK have been Somalians, Philippines and Indians. The influx over the years has led to London being the most exciting cosmopolitan city in the world. The rich diversity of cultures has led to a new breed of Londoners who to an extent see themselves as belonging to a state within a state.
We have become so used to living in a city where we can find people, food and culture from every single country in the world, that some of us struggle to come to terms with the demographics of our countries of origin. We regards them as being provincial to the point where we find them odd if not uncomfortable. It is a positive development as I feel it promotes religious, sexual and ethnic tolerance.
The UK is one of the few countries in Europe where you will find a healthy mix of cultural diversity even if you opt for a local holiday outside the capital. Stay in any of UK Golf Hotel and you will not feel like the only minority in the vicinity. UK Golf Hotels can be found all of the UK and are value for money.