I'm curious, actually, to hear from an English person the answer to this, because I must admit it confuses me. How would you define the difference between English and British? I'm afraid that our history books over here muddle it up a great deal, and use the words interchangeably.
I have the chance to go to the Netherlands or Taiwan if I wish with my school, but I think I'll save the traveling for when I don't have to worry about school work. I haven't had the opportunity to go abroad yet.
Good questions, basically, England, Scotland, Wales and Nothern Ireland are supposed to be seperate countries, with some different languages and parliaments and so on, but we all 'combine' to make the UK, a bit like the Netherlands and Holland I suppose.
Personally, I always say I'm English, dont want anything do do with those Scots thank you very much!