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20 hours ago, A Red said:

Off to Melbourne/Sydney tomorrow for 3 weeks. Amsterdam end of Feb and New York, San Diego, LA and San Francisco in October. Oh, and a weekend in Hull in March.

Blimey! Your holiday cottages must pay well!

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Currently living in Delhi, haven’t fully planned my holidays for the year but we’re off to Abu Dhabi, Manila and Kuala Lumpur for 2 and a half weeks from the 15th January. Then thinking Sri Lanka in May, possibly China or Japan in September and hopefully South Africa in December. Will get out to see as much of India as possible throughout the year as well, probably starting with Agra next month. 

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We’re going to Pontins Prestatyn Sands for 2 weeks in July, spending all of August in the garden shed, then off to Southport for a long weekend in November. 

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13 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

We’re going to Pontins Prestatyn Sands for 2 weeks in July, spending all of August in the garden shed, then off to Southport for a long weekend in November. 

Nice. Anything else planned?

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22 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Nice. Anything else planned?

Thinking of getting some sand and a paddling pool from B&Q, cranking the central heating up to maximum and sitting around in my shorts.

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6 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Thinking of getting some sand and a paddling pool from B&Q, cranking the central heating up to maximum and sitting around in my shorts.

Use plenty of sunscreen mate. Going on a cruise next week, getting the ferry over the water and spending an hour in Morrisons in New Brighton, then ferrying back.

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2 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Blimey! Your holiday cottages must pay well!

The missus works for a US travel company setting up and negotiating trips. I'm funding my Hull trip entirely myself.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, A Red said:

The missus works for a US travel company setting up and negotiating trips. I'm funding my Hull trip entirely myself.

 

 

Flash bastard.

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3 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Nowhere. Can’t afford it.

See this is what I hate about threads like this, full of bragging cunts.

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In Ukraine now for Orthodox Christmas, Vilnius in February for a stag, Estonia and Ukraine again in April, not sure after that

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Going on a two week cruise.

 

Norway

Sweden

Denmark

Finland

Germany

Estonia 

Russia

 

We went on a week long one last August which went to:

 

Corfu

Venice 

Split

Dubrovnik 

Slovenia 

Montenegro

 

Never thought I'd like a cruise but it was a Tui one so pretty down to earth. Food, service and entertainment was flawless and some of the memories were surreal.

 

Sat in the indoor pool with a free corona looking out the window as we sailed out of Venice and all the small boats were waiving at us, or clubbing on the top deck at night in the med with the Mrs and seeing another ship out the window.

 

This upcoming one seems a good way to get a taste of Scandinavia without the expense of having to eat and drink on land or pat for accommodation. Gonna go the ballet in st Petersburg in a tux too.

 

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4 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Going on a two week cruise.

 

Norway

Sweden

Denmark

Finland

Germany

Estonia 

Russia

 

We went on a week long one last August which went to:

 

Corfu

Venice 

Split

Dubrovnik 

Slovenia 

Montenegro

 

Never thought I'd like a cruise but it was a Tui one so pretty down to earth. Food, service and entertainment was flawless and some of the memories were surreal.

 

Sat in the indoor pool with a free corona looking out the window as we sailed out of Venice and all the small boats were waiving at us, or clubbing on the top deck at night in the med with the Mrs and seeing another ship out the window.

 

This upcoming one seems a good way to get a taste of Scandinavia without the expense of having to eat and drink on land or pat for accommodation. Gonna go the ballet in st Petersburg in a tux too.

 

I’m proper on the fence about whether i’d enjoy a cruise. I suppose you never know until you try it and we definitely will at some stage, probably when the boy is older and no longer wants to come away with us.

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8 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Going on a two week cruise.

 

Norway

Sweden

Denmark

Finland

Germany

Estonia 

Russia

 

We went on a week long one last August which went to:

 

Corfu

Venice 

Split

Dubrovnik 

Slovenia 

Montenegro

 

Never thought I'd like a cruise but it was a Tui one so pretty down to earth. Food, service and entertainment was flawless and some of the memories were surreal.

 

Sat in the indoor pool with a free corona looking out the window as we sailed out of Venice and all the small boats were waiving at us, or clubbing on the top deck at night in the med with the Mrs and seeing another ship out the window.

 

This upcoming one seems a good way to get a taste of Scandinavia without the expense of having to eat and drink on land or pat for accommodation. Gonna go the ballet in st Petersburg in a tux too.

 

A mate of mine did that Scandinavian cruise minus the Norwegian option. He went in October and the weather was atrocious, they missed out half the destinations, the ports closed so they had to anchor down in storms and the boat was full of ageing Americans. I did wander what he was expecting though. 

 

St Petersburg is supposed to be stunning 

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Just now, Remmie said:

A mate of mine did that Scandinavian cruise minus the Norwegian option. He went in October and the weather was atrocious, the missed out half the destinations and the boat was full of ageing Americans. I did wander what he was expecting though. 

 

St Petersburg is supposed to be stunning 

Ever thought about becoming a travel agent Zeb?

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1 minute ago, Brownie said:

Ever thought about becoming a travel agent Zeb?

Not sure I go to the popular destinations plus I'd always recommend the cheapest option, not Tory enough to skim any money out of it! 

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5 minutes ago, Brownie said:

I’m proper on the fence about whether i’d enjoy a cruise. I suppose you never know until you try it and we definitely will at some stage, probably when the boy is older and no longer wants to come away with us.

Yeah I was too. The Mrs had always wanted to go, but I loved it. I think the key is the line you go with. I think P&O and Cunard are supposed to be pretty stunning but with the Tui one it was like someone had just removed a Brits abroad (in the nicest possible sense) all inclusive resort with a laser and put it on the water. 

 

There was loads of kids too, they had a nursery and a kids club. I think you'd love it.

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