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There's a danger of reading stuff and believing too much. Here's my take. Get it booked with a travel agent that offers ABTA/ATOL protection. If it's cancelled by somebody other than you, you

Took little one when she was 3ish. I'm not a caravan holiday lover but she bloody loved it. Wasn't full of 99p Sun holiday scutters either. Cracking fish and chip shop called the lime crab I think jn

Err... how you getting there BTW?

13 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Just stay in the UK for this year; avoid the shit of travelling/not travelling abroad.

That’s what the government want you to do, same as last year, not a chance for me. ✈️ ✈️ ✈️ 

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4 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

That’s what the government want you to do, same as last year, not a chance for me. ✈️ ✈️ ✈️ 

11th September for me and then the 4th December. I’m quite looking forward to it not being as busy tbh 

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Changed our algarve trip till next year (top work traf) and like others in the industry I have every sympathy for can’t be easy

October would be nice but wouldn’t be surprised if some bullshit like more variants or not everyone is vaccinated is used 

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6 hours ago, Mounts Kipper said:

That’s what the government want you to do, same as last year, not a chance for me. ✈️ ✈️ ✈️ 

You can splash out on an executive lounge now with your small windfall.😊

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3 hours ago, Spider said:

For @Casino

 

Tbh, was always going to happen but i pre empted jet2 cancelling on me

I just cant be arsed with the possibility they change the rules again while im there

Thats no holiday, keep checking what wanky restrictions get put in place

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Thomas Cook cancelled our holiday to the Dolomites yesterday. We weren't due to go until the last 2 weeks in August.  They've pulled all their Italian holidays for this year apparently.

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11 minutes ago, Duck Egg said:

Thomas Cook cancelled our holiday to the Dolomites yesterday. We weren't due to go until the last 2 weeks in August.  They've pulled all their Italian holidays for this year apparently.

Thomas Cook went bump 18 months ago. Why has it taken until now?

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1 hour ago, Duck Egg said:

😄 doh! TUI it was. Our Maude sorts all that stuff out.

Maude needs to be getting in contact with me next time 😉

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Did it not hear we have about 8 people a day going through heathrow and its taking hours and hours and hours to process them?

Gutted not to go, but while you might get pinged with isolation on return, its not practical for me

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How on earth is it anti social? Somebody going abroad with their family is anti social? Please do explain?

We are so well ahead of our neighbours when it comes to vaccinations. When they come up to our levels then it will be less anti social.

So off you go to Portugal, mix with tourists from a league of nations all with various types of coronavirus then sit in your jam packed 737 for two or three hours on the way home sharing each other's newly acquired variants via the pressurisation system and then go back to work and/or school with your new variant of what is obviously a very young and plastic virus.

Then we all go down with new variant which is resistant to existing vaccines and off we go again.

I think it is too early and there are plenty of holidays to be taken nearer to home, global travelling was, and is a big spreader of this disease as the Indian delegation to the G7 has just demonstrated.

 

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1 minute ago, Dimron said:

We are so well ahead of our neighbours when it comes to vaccinations. When they come up to our levels then it will be less anti social.

So off you go to Portugal, mix with tourists from a league of nations all with various types of coronavirus then sit in your jam packed 737 for two or three hours on the way home sharing each other's newly acquired variants via the pressurisation system and then go back to work and/or school with your new variant of what is obviously a very young and plastic virus.

Then we all go down with new variant which is resistant to existing vaccines and off we go again.

I think it is too early and there are plenty of holidays to be taken nearer to home, global travelling was, and is a big spreader of this disease as the Indian delegation to the G7 has just demonstrated.

 

you forgot the test on return I assume the variants will bypass these? 
 

you havent read what the proposed EU rules for access for holiday makers are either clearly by your reply. Be swimming with covid riddled folk judged on your analysis. Waving them in. Positive test only allows entry 
 

anyway I can’t wait to get on holiday personally. Happy to test before and after and quarantine at home as required if on the amber list. 

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I don’t mind wearing a mask in England to live a fairly normal life.

Fucked if I’m wearing one in 40 degree heat whilst queueing to get into a restaurant.

Each to their own, but unless things are normal I’ll probably skip it for this year.

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