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The Village Resort & Waterpark Hersonissos, Heraklion Greece 2 people 10 - 22 Sep All Inclusive (No Flights) £305 inc. resort fees @ Tui
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The Village Resort & Waterpark Hersonissos, Heraklion Greece 2 people 10 - 22 Sep All Inclusive (No Flights) £305 inc. resort fees @ Tui

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The Village Resort & Waterpark Hersonissos, Heraklion Greece 2 people 10 - 22 Sep All Inclusive (No Flights) £305 inc. resort fees @ Tui
Posted 6th Sep
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Search hotel only on Tui. Filter results for Crete. I've just booked 12 nights for 2 adults £262. ALL INCLUSIVE. Good Trip Advisor reviews. I got cheap flights using my Avios but there are plenty of cheap flights out there making this an absolute steal. Lots of dates available throughout September.

We're working from home so we don't mind if we're quarantined when we get back.

Happy holidays!
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Currently in Kos & weather is fab 35+ every day. Worth noting all pubs have to close at midnight not that it has bothered us as we came to relax following my op. The Greek people have been amazing, all sticking to the covid rules; wearing masks/visors in all shops/restaurants/hotels/pubs/transport modes & keeping distance between sitting areas. There is hand sanitiser in all of these places too. Condiments are given in sealed brown paper bags along with cutlery, toothpicks, serviette & hand wipes. We had no tax, air conditioning or tv charge for our weeks stay & all remote controls are wrapped well in cling film. All rooms have signs on doors once cleaned & fumigated following departure & are left empty for at least 3 days. Worth noting there is a form you need to complete the day before travelling in either direction which needs to be done online, this provides you with a pdf download code to show in the airports allowing track & trace if necessary.
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:06

Why risk it stay at home people


I can tell you now there are plenty of people doing things far more risky over here

People aren't wearing masks, people are having house parties and weddings with 100 people at them, illegal raves. Etc etc etc people gave up weeks ago near me
That's a cracker of a deal... Loved Crete, stayed in heaklion only 2 weeks ago.
Greek people are lovely
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That's a cracker of a deal... Loved Crete, stayed in heaklion only 2 weeks ago.
Greek people are lovely
Currently in Kos & weather is fab 35+ every day. Worth noting all pubs have to close at midnight not that it has bothered us as we came to relax following my op. The Greek people have been amazing, all sticking to the covid rules; wearing masks/visors in all shops/restaurants/hotels/pubs/transport modes & keeping distance between sitting areas. There is hand sanitiser in all of these places too. Condiments are given in sealed brown paper bags along with cutlery, toothpicks, serviette & hand wipes. We had no tax, air conditioning or tv charge for our weeks stay & all remote controls are wrapped well in cling film. All rooms have signs on doors once cleaned & fumigated following departure & are left empty for at least 3 days. Worth noting there is a form you need to complete the day before travelling in either direction which needs to be done online, this provides you with a pdf download code to show in the airports allowing track & trace if necessary.
Why risk it stay at home people
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:06

Why risk it stay at home people


I can tell you now there are plenty of people doing things far more risky over here

People aren't wearing masks, people are having house parties and weddings with 100 people at them, illegal raves. Etc etc etc people gave up weeks ago near me
omarlilyo06/09/2020 09:14

I can tell you now there are plenty of people doing things far more risky …I can tell you now there are plenty of people doing things far more risky over herePeople aren't wearing masks, people are having house parties and weddings with 100 people at them, illegal raves. Etc etc etc people gave up weeks ago near me


True. Just saying i reckon its selfish beyond belief currently
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:17

True. Just saying i reckon its selfish beyond belief currently


Completely agree actually..
But...


The government say you MUST wear a mask, but doesn't enforce it anywhere. Sainsburys now set the law apparently.

People are having illegal raves that the police CANT shut down because they won't go home?!?!

Travel to Greece is only under "essentially only travel" yet you can book a package holiday and go on it.

You cant be surprised when people just do what they want.
No flights what are we supposed to do ---------WALK
Comes up as 637 per person on those dates?
Edited by: "mightyreal" 6th Sep
Irrespective of how our fellow countrymen and women are behaving at home, all foreign travel has the risk that you'll be plunged into 14 days lock down on return if something changes in infection rates. I completely support anyone who feels confident to have a nice autumn holiday, but please don't be a moaning Minny if things don't go as you hope. It's a gamble.
mightyreal06/09/2020 09:42

Comes up as 637 per person on those dates?


This is hotel only deal £10.90 pppn.
Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk spending four hours in a pressurised cabin with recirculated air. Might feel a little more comfortable if airlines would enforce mask wearing, until then I think it's too much of a gamble.
Shesaves8406/09/2020 09:48

This is hotel only deal £10.90 pppn.


We were lucky and got return flights (business class on the way out) for £105 return. But this was only because I had a BA companion voucher. Flights are cheap though - cram a weeks work of stuff in hand luggage and you’ll have yourself a weeks holiday all in for about under £200 pp.
Shesaves8406/09/2020 09:48

This is hotel only deal £10.90 pppn.


Wow, 30th sep comes up as £89 for 14 nights!
omarlilyo06/09/2020 09:20

Completely agree actually..But...The government say you MUST wear a mask, …Completely agree actually..But...The government say you MUST wear a mask, but doesn't enforce it anywhere. Sainsburys now set the law apparently.People are having illegal raves that the police CANT shut down because they won't go home?!?!Travel to Greece is only under "essentially only travel" yet you can book a package holiday and go on it.You cant be surprised when people just do what they want.


Agree - I think people were broadly (there are always some exceptions) following the rules up until the whole Dominic Cummings affair. After that I think a lot of respect for the rules went out of the window. Not trying to make this political, but I do think that has had a lot to do with it.
BigAde06/09/2020 09:49

Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk …Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk spending four hours in a pressurised cabin with recirculated air. Might feel a little more comfortable if airlines would enforce mask wearing, until then I think it's too much of a gamble.


Was going to book Greece for my already booked time off, but more worried about government suddenly closing borders whilst I'm there, than some people in a plane, all wearing masks.
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:06

Why risk it stay at home people


But i live in Leicester, safer where the fun is!
i priced it up at end of sept (25th) for 7 nights and easyjet flights £164 pp , pretty good deal .
BigAde06/09/2020 09:49

Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk …Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk spending four hours in a pressurised cabin with recirculated air. Might feel a little more comfortable if airlines would enforce mask wearing, until then I think it's too much of a gamble.


Do you feel lucky
BigAde06/09/2020 09:49

Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk …Love Crete and this is a cracking deal, but right now I wouldn't risk spending four hours in a pressurised cabin with recirculated air. Might feel a little more comfortable if airlines would enforce mask wearing, until then I think it's too much of a gamble.


Everyone on our flight wore masks except the very young children & we had reminders throughout the flight for anyone eating or drinking.
Cliff_Briggs06/09/2020 09:36

No flights what are we supposed to do ---------WALK


Are you incapable of booking flights?
Thanks for sharing this just booked 4 nights from 14 September for £100 for family of 3
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:06

Why risk it stay at home people

Why risk going to a country where they are clearly trying their best to preserve their living .Stay in UK where people clearly don't give a stuff .illegal raves ,pubs not cleaning or doing track&trace ,shops not enforcing masks .It seems the risk is clearly in UK not Crete.
omarlilyo06/09/2020 09:20

Completely agree actually..But...The government say you MUST wear a mask, …Completely agree actually..But...The government say you MUST wear a mask, but doesn't enforce it anywhere. Sainsburys now set the law apparently.People are having illegal raves that the police CANT shut down because they won't go home?!?!Travel to Greece is only under "essentially only travel" yet you can book a package holiday and go on it.You cant be surprised when people just do what they want.


Sainsburys as u say.. can't ask u whether u have asthma or had a bypass as a reason why u haven't got a mask on. Reliance is on people following the rules where they physically can.
patg200506/09/2020 09:44

Irrespective of how our fellow countrymen and women are behaving at home, …Irrespective of how our fellow countrymen and women are behaving at home, all foreign travel has the risk that you'll be plunged into 14 days lock down on return if something changes in infection rates. I completely support anyone who feels confident to have a nice autumn holiday, but please don't be a moaning Minny if things don't go as you hope. It's a gamble.


Gotta love the 'had to return home early from my holiday' moaners. The ones that chose to go knowing the risks
.MUFC.06/09/2020 13:44

So is going to Asda


Asda is a necessity for food shopping travelling to an overseas country for a cheap holiday isnt. How do you think this virus arrived here in the first place...
misterboumsong06/09/2020 13:52

Asda is a necessity for food shopping travelling to an overseas country …Asda is a necessity for food shopping travelling to an overseas country for a cheap holiday isnt. How do you think this virus arrived here in the first place...


It's already here, Life needs to carry on. It is going to be here for many years. No point locking ourselves up for a virus that kills 0.5% of the people infected. You're welcome to live in a bubble though if you like, I'm sure that's a good way to enjoy life which is too short anyway.
.MUFC.06/09/2020 14:01

No point locking ourselves up for a virus that kills 0.5% of the people …No point locking ourselves up for a virus that kills 0.5% of the people infected. You're welcome to live in a bubble though if you like


Thats the great Churchillian spirit we should all invoke

Don't make any sacrifices, just ignore its happening. Boris is doing a splendid job and tally ho old bean
brummy2206/09/2020 13:22

Gotta love the 'had to return home early from my holiday' moaners. The …Gotta love the 'had to return home early from my holiday' moaners. The ones that chose to go knowing the risks


Exactly
misterboumsong06/09/2020 09:06

Why risk it stay at home people


what you risk it?

pure brainwash by governments and WHO!

I just want to say this, I am sorry, so deeply sorry for those persons who lost jobs cause this nonsense!
byzar06/09/2020 17:32

what you risk it? pure brainwash by governments and WHO! I just want to …what you risk it? pure brainwash by governments and WHO! I just want to say this, I am sorry, so deeply sorry for those persons who lost jobs cause this nonsense!


And the 42,000 that died from the virus in UK? Is that made up?
Actionnotwords6906/09/2020 18:09

And the 42,000 that died from the virus in UK? Is that made up?


some numbers in media, we will not find out the real reason why those people died.
byzar06/09/2020 18:11

some numbers in media, we will not find out the real reason why those …some numbers in media, we will not find out the real reason why those people died.


Perhaps, try speaking to the NHS staff who had to look after these poor people who lost their lives to this wretched virus....
I'm off to Turkey on Thursday. Sister in law is a NHS nurse on a covid ward. They haven't had any new admissions in 2 weeks. Live your life the way you want to live it. Take advantage of the cheap deals. Got more chance of the plane crashing then dying from covid
The main risk you take is the airport/plane journey, once your in greece you are no more at risk than at home.....main issue with the plane is that your breathing recirculated air for a number of hours that 100+ people are all sharing in a confined space, mask or no mask i doubt in this situation it makes much difference.

Personally im not scared of catching this virus as im 99% sure me and me immediate family would get mild symptoms and be fine.
However as im not a selfish git i understand that there are many people who it could and would kill so regardless of thoughts on the matter these at risk people should be the reason to do our bit, you would hope people in this category would not put themselves on a plane
Actionnotwords6906/09/2020 18:09

And the 42,000 that died from the virus in UK? Is that made up?



Did you think you are going to live forever? Bad news for you, it ain't happening. We are all going to die.
I am always wondering, what is it that people want to die from, that they are so scared of being taken out by a flu virus. Are you saving yourselves for something epic to go on your gravestone?
I've had brain surgery, got spinal issues that might end up putting me in a wheelchair, a level of autism, osteo arthritis raging through the body, leaking blood from where I shouldn't, never wear a mask, and I tested negative. Damned if I am going to let a cough stop me from a holiday, or just living my life.
TristanDeCoonha06/09/2020 20:20

Did you think you are going to live forever? Bad news for you, it ain't …Did you think you are going to live forever? Bad news for you, it ain't happening. We are all going to die. I am always wondering, what is it that people want to die from, that they are so scared of being taken out by a flu virus. Are you saving yourselves for something epic to go on your gravestone?I've had brain surgery, got spinal issues that might end up putting me in a wheelchair, a level of autism, osteo arthritis raging through the body, leaking blood from where I shouldn't, never wear a mask, and I tested negative. Damned if I am going to let a cough stop me from a holiday, or just living my life.


I am not belittling your conditions, but believe me...you would not want to catch this...it's not pleasant. Check your history of epidemics, the Spanish flu, after the first world war killed up to 50 million. We cannot be complacent and in absence of any vacine, the social distancing and mitigation protocols need to be rigidly enforced to keep on top of this. The mask wearing is to protect others not you. The reason why numbers are lower in SE Asia is because they went through this with SARs and MERs, and mask wearing is part of their culture. It's really foolish for people to be holidaying overseas during a worldwide epidemic especially without the proper epidemic protocols being enforced.
BigAde06/09/2020 09:56

Agree - I think people were broadly (there are always some exceptions) …Agree - I think people were broadly (there are always some exceptions) following the rules up until the whole Dominic Cummings affair. After that I think a lot of respect for the rules went out of the window. Not trying to make this political, but I do think that has had a lot to do with it.


I doubt many people really give a damn about cummings, i think people realised that during the worst apparent time and when it was supposedly so deadly it spread around a whole market if someone had it and so much as breathed, during this thousands of people were still packed onto trains every day in london with no masks and large groups had protests etc and nothing happened, media and false figures became obvious, now everyone wears a mask to get in shops without hassle then puts it on their chin and still no huge spikes, how many they are still claiming have covid now really have a different illness ?
5 people died on my street since xmas, none had covid 19 yet all 5 had it as their cause of death, its a joke
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 6th Sep
Mark_Hickman06/09/2020 21:36

I doubt many people really give a damn about cummings, i think people …I doubt many people really give a damn about cummings, i think people realised that during the worst apparent time and when it was supposedly so deadly it spread around a whole market if someone had it and so much as breathed, during this thousands of people were still packed onto trains every day in london with no masks and large groups had protests etc and nothing happened, media and false figures became obvious, now everyone wears a mask to get in shops without hassle then puts it on their chin and still no huge spikes 🤪


Apart from today's spike of course.
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