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2 weeks in almost flooded garden, must get better ? :(

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Im off to Bali in three weeks, that should be good.

My favorite holiday destination was Thailand......really fun.

normaL you need to set a stage up and get some live music going, have your own private festival with plenty of mud. :lol:

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There's been lots of floods again... The M5 ground to a halt, some bloke on the news was stuck in his car on the motorway for the best part of 24 hours.

I'm still waiting for the summer!

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The only holiday i`ll see will be Seahouses and Worgate :mellow:

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The only holiday i`ll see will be Seahouses and Worgate :mellow:

seahouses is rubbish full of bandits and rotting chip shops! never been to worgate!

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I'm going to the moon and back with Savage Garden.

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Well this mid-50s Judith Chalmers lookalike can heartily endorse Benidorm and Ibiza.

Not long back from Barcelona. What a city! Catalonian culture is a far cry from the tat of Costa del sol etc etc etc.

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We stayed in Benidorm last year, appartment was total S h one T but it was right in the centre of things, I am going to name and shame the group we hired it from, I can because I told them at the time, they were called

Zand Properties, just incase any one else tries to book them through the Internet, the place was filthy and not even had the basic needs for selfcatering. Think birds and other creatures had been living there. Was rotten :angry:

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We stayed in Benidorm last year, appartment was total S h one T but it was right in the centre of things, I am going to name and shame the group we hired it from, I can because I told them at the time, they were called

Zand Properties, just incase any one else tries to book them through the Internet, the place was filthy and not even had the basic needs for selfcatering. Think birds and other creatures had been living there. Was rotten :angry:

is that the worst? bah mind ya picky! would of teking you al of 5 minutes to clean that up. a mean who actually cares what the rooms are like as lang as theres basic stuff like a bed! :lol:

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...appartment was total S h one T but it was rig...

Now THATS what i call 'masking it!' :lol::lol::lol:

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Now THATS what i call 'masking it!' :lol::lol::lol:

it took all flamen day and the bed half the bugs were still in it, mind they soon left, the weight of us two.

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it took all flamen day and the bed half the bugs were still in it, mind they soon left, the weight of us two.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Well this mid-50s Judith Chalmers lookalike can heartily endorse Benidorm and Ibiza.

Did you beat your man-servant?

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I DID NOT but I do now

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is that the worst? bah mind ya picky! would of teking you al of 5 minutes to clean that up. a mean who actually cares what the rooms are like as lang as theres basic stuff like a bed! :lol:

Alan Whicker speaks.

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Alan Whicker speaks.

Whats Sandy Bay look like with all of this rain? I have booked a caravan there, is it flooded?

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Whats Sandy Bay look like with all of this rain? I have booked a caravan there, is it flooded?

It looks like a horrid caravan park next to Newbiggin.

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It looks like a horrid caravan park next to Newbiggin.

Yes but is it flooded Denzel? Will I need my wellies?

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Yes but is it flooded Denzel? Will I need my wellies?

You should always use protection Pete. Unless you're Catholic.

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You should always use protection Pete. Unless you're Catholic.

I always do, I wear a raincoat.

:D

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I always do, I wear a raincoat.

:D

Glad to hear it.

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Glad to hear it.

That still does not answer my question, is it flooded?

:D

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That still does not answer my question, is it flooded?

:D

Take your wellies just in case Pete.

No rain today anyway...

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