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Tilda Caribbean Rice & Peas (beans) 2 for a £1 @ Heron Foods
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th JulLocalLocal
Didn't get the single price 2 for a £1 is a bargain and BBE May 2020 unusual for Heron. There are no peas , they are actually kidney beans. Very nice rice especially with tuna and … Read more
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Except local B&M does not do freezer foods or beer for that matter. However i will check later (y)


Try B&m same owners same foods


Only realized yesterday that my local Heron foods had closed down :(


Love these great find I'll have to go get some


Bring out the bongo's (y)

2x Cuba Melt Warmers + 4 Yankee Candle Wax Melt Tarts £9.50 with code / or £10 without @ Yankee Bundles
Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
One to pick up as a gift or two maybe? The wax melts are picked at random with this one, so there's no guarantee what you'll get. Thought it was a fair price, especially with the c… Read more

Something looks shocked (shock)


im gonna need to find a way to block these deals out or ill be bankrupt ... but at least id be warm with all the candles on!! :)

Direct return flight to Aruba (Dutch Caribbean Island) £299 (July departures / Departing London Gatwick) @ TUI
Posted 4th JulPosted 4th Jul
£299 for a direct return flight to the Caribbean in mid July is a good deal in my books :) 2 dates available which are the 13th - 20th July (7 nights) and the 13th - 27th July (14… Read more
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Great find but hotel will be minty


I love this island ARUBA, Dutch Antilles, located in the Caribbean Sea Great Price, Good find Op,Just need Accomm now!!! HOT FROM ME!!!


Thats right.itll be a headache finding a decent hotel


Nice for a holiday but I would need to find a reasonable hotel


Home, to see Mama! (party)

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7 nights all inclusive Dominican Republic £749pp (based on 2 sharing) - total £1498 in British Airways sale
Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
1 week all inclusive at Tropical Princess Beach Resort & Spa in Punta Cana numerous dates in November, £20 more in December departing from Gatwick Decent reviews and good weat… Read more

You need at least 11 night for such a long flight time as you lose days flying and the price is not good for a cheap hotel rated 21 out of 30 on tripadvisor with some bad review.


Haha brilliant, sounds like the guy is a fool.


No I meant KIP, hotel I was in was fine the rest of it wasnt. Maybe you should go live there if you like it so much. Will never set foot in the DUMP again.


Oh dear somebody is getting upset. You have pasted a link to a article from The Sun stating that 12 tourists have died in the past 2 years... yet the same newspaper have also released another article stating that 12 Americans have died in The Dominican Republic this year ALONE (https://www.thesun.co.uk/uncategorized/9385154/dad-12th-death-dominican-republic/) Before you start claiming rubbish you might want to check your sources! Maybe my comment was dramatised, but you can’t ignore that 8 people have died in the past 3 months and a lot of people are becoming very unwell, all similarly suspicious and points towards the alcohol. I think you need to stop trying to sugar coat this because of your pride for your crappy deal at a 1 star Hotel. Goodnight.


"Tourists are dying on a daily basis" what rubbish! There have been 12 tourist deaths in the last 2 years (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9397863/dominican-republic-deaths-latest-update/) 12 is still too many - but let's be clearer about the facts and not sensationalise. Also there is no foreign office advisory on travel to the Dominican Republic

South & North America Tour! Visit Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Miami and New York (Departing LGW / September departure) £673 @ Skyscanner
Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
Not many deals come up for travel to South America so I thought I would put together this itenary (instead of working (skeptical) ).Flight prices in S.America are usually expensiv… Read more
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Make sure you have the yellow vacanation form if doing this! Very important as Colombia does not allow you in the country via some of the countries mentioned in this trip


From experience, I found the use of full service (wash, dry and pressed) in South America pretty good - although it was a bit variable at higher altitudes (Andean Peru and Bolivia - usually came back a little bit damp) very inexpensive and pretty good. Drop-off in the morning, pick up the next morning in most cases. I remember in Vietnam, quite often the staff take the laundry from smaller hotels and I recall seeing a staff member washing clothes in a small river behind our residence, I wasn't 100% sure it wasn't my laundry! Personally, I would take a case or a backpack. As for the itinerary - I wouldn't want to fly from Rio to Santiago (with essentially only two days there) and then up to Lima with just a 2 1/2 day stop in Santiago sandwiched between 7 hours of flying. Heat added, but this is a bit of a random whistle-stop tour - I'd sack-off some of the travelling and just do 3 weeks in Peru, or Argentina (maybe Brazil, Ecuador or Bolivia - but any of the countries other than perhaps Venezuela at the moment - but that might be an experience for the adventurous). If you've got the time and can scrape a bit of money together then you'll be able to immerse yourself in some incredible cultural experiences and get out of the big cities - I'm afraid you won't get too far from them if you've just got a couple of days in each.


I've spent over half of the last 21 years travelling - I'm continually seeing people rushing around, trying to cram everything in and tick all the boxes they think they should and they're exhausted. An awful lot of the time they say they wish they'd not taken on so much and if they try anything like it again, next time they will ask to spend more time in less places. I've spent 8 months in Central and 8 in the northern part of South America.


Kinda tempted by this but agree hand luggage only could be a challenge! Good effort anyway by the OP on sharing :)


I've done a lot of travelling and there is no way I would even contemplate that trip with hand luggage alone. Norwegian restriction is 10kg and 55 x 40 x 23, so not big at all. You will with either be buying clothes and dumping, or spending time in a laundry (or stinking!). Each to their own.

From London Southend: 15 Night Trip to Mexico, Galápagos Islands and Ecuador £829.39pp (£1658.79 total) @ Booking.com
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Having returned from the Galapagos it should be on everyone's bucket list of places to see. You don't need an expensive cruise or package and it can be done very cheaply. Although … Read more
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This thread will help you: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/internal-south-america-flights-to-remote-locations-eg-easter-islands-and-galapagos-islands-from-3640-one-way-at-british-airwaysavios-3155286


How much were the Avios flights and tax please


Does anyone have any idea what trips cost once out there? Trips to see the islands and wildlife etc.


£3,750 and nothing to pay for parking (lol)


Aitutaki was amazing and I've got you to thank for the amazing deal which might never have happened otherwise (angel)

Emmi Caffè Latte Mexico Edition 230ml @ Heron Foods 39p
Posted 9th JunPosted 9th JunLocalLocal
The arabica beans that go into our Emmi CAFFÈ LATTE Mexico Edition are sourced from La Puebla, 600 metres above sea level in Mexico's highlands.
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Wow absolute steal (y)


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Wow . amazing. Is it strong? Have you tried it?


Looks like a bargain - even Lidl would cost nearly double (y)

Direct return flight to Aruba (Caribbean Windward Island) £248.02 (Late June departure / Departing LGW) @ GotoGate (Flight Operated by TUI)
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Excellent price for a direct return flight departing on the 29th June and returning on the 14th July :) Good if you want to see some Flamingos :D Hand luggage only, but you do ge… Read more
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Shows as £1900 + for me


I spent a week on Aruba earlier this year, it is a really nice place. Bear in mind it is always windy but that helps keep the temperature a bitt more pleasant. Plenty of snorkeling and great beaches. It is a bit more americanized than some of the other Caribbean island, and when a cruise ship is in town you really can tell! Hotels are quite expensive and are usually large resort type places however there are some good value smaller places to be had. If you are tight on budget I can strongly recommend the Dorado Eagle Beach Hotel. It's not fancy but it has very clean big rooms, a nice small pool and is very near an excellent beach!


any deals on hotels?


Beautiful place well worth a visit

Pirates of the Caribbean 1-4 Blu Ray Used £4.94 delivered with code @ Music Magpie
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Use code BDAY10 or BDTREAT10 for 10% off The Curse of the Black Pearl' (2003) Dead Man's Chest' (2006) At World's End' (2007) On Stranger Tides' (2011)

Cheapest i can find is £5.95 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pirates-of-the-Caribbean-Salazars-Revenge-BLU-RAY-2017/372645117833


Heated extremely good price, especially since they want over £10 for the trilogy (confused) Any good deal on the fifth one: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge, so I can finish the set?

Return  flight to Rio de Janeiro £289.20 / Boston £216.20 / Buenos Aires £361.80 (September -December departures/ Departing LGW) @ Norwegian
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Excellent prices here :) See the information below on how to apply the code. Rio dates: September - December Boston dates: October - December Buenos Aires dates: September - Dece… Read more

I was talking about the airport silly boy... They “fixed” that only last year...


Haha load rubbish mate used uber for my whole stay there last year (lol)


Thanks, Pete for the great advice. I suppose by touristy I too mean places that are overrun with tourists and also where you can't see many locals going about their daily lives and resort type destinations. My bugbear are restaurants where you get given a tourist menu of English type food rather than the local food. It seems to me that Rio isn't that kind of place, from looking at travel videos on YouTube. The locals mingle with tourists on beaches, bars etc. If I decide to stay in Rio, I think I would prefer to not be in Copacabana or Ipanema, where the big high-rise hotels are but in quieter neighbourhoods like Botafogo or Leblon that are also regarded as being safe areas. I will try the feijao. I like my beans!


I wouldn't worry about Rio being too touristy. Depending how you define that. I define touristy as where tourists appear to outnumber locals eg Venice, Florence and Iguazu in fact (although they're still great places). Rio is very much a Brazilian city, with lots to do and see, many districts and sights, and hopefully you'll meet some locals. If you're just got a week, if it were me, I'd stick to Rio and some trips around it. A week will fly by and you'll likely find other ideas once you're there. A fall back position is a 4 day Rio/3 days Iguazu split with flights prebooked. There is though a lot of great scenery in and around Rio as well as beaches. I hope you enjoy feijao (I do, a world away from baked beans!)


Once in Rio was enough for me. I echo what's already been said, there are better places to visit. It's a beautiful place, but it certainly can be a bit intimidating. Great price.

One way flight from Edinburgh to Cancun (Mexico) June departures / Including 20kg Hold Baggage, Inflight Meal £99.99 @ Thomas Cook Airlines
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Great price for the start of a round the world / America trip or if you just want to leave the UK and never come back (a certain someone might be interested in this after the event… Read more
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Yes bali and turkey are safer than your Mexico


You are completely misinformed. I am British and am writing this from Mexico City right now. It is true that places in the North and West of the country are not 100% safe, but Cancun/Play del Carmen/Rivieri Maya are fine, as is the capital city. Are you seriously saying that Bali, Morocco and Turkey are safer? Would that be the same Bali where a few hundred (mostly Australian) tourists got blown up a few years ago? Would it be the same Morocco where a bomb went off in a Marrakesh marketplace? The one where a tourist got beheaded last year? Would it be the same Turkey where people showed up to the country's main airport with AK47s and suicide belts in 2016 and killed 45 people?


Fantastic post by the way OP.... I would book if I wasn't ill right now :(


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Mexico in general is not safe that is true, but the tourist areas are sectioned from the rest of the country and are subject to much stricter controls. You cannot compare Cancun to mexico city... As others have said, it is barely Mexican at all, the hotels are certainly American, just that they pay less tax I am sure. I stayed in Xcaret Occidental and I would highly recommend it to anyone, you dont even need to leav the extensive hotel grounds/marine life park if you don't want to. Mojitos before Midday, I can taste the Mint right now! :D http://www.occidentalgrandxcaret.com/gallery.asp

Marley Smile Jamaica Wireless Bluetooth Earphones £8 instore Boots Castle Mall Norwich.  White or Black variations
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd MayLocalLocal
Boots clearance downstairs next to the escalators, not sure if other Boots have them in clearance.
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Great sound quality, but a little bulky on the collar and they move alot. Also one comment I had from a friend was that I looked like I had Tampax hanging round my neck 🙈 (lol)


Great price. Has anyone seen them anywhere else?


Hot great price and v good headphones

Iberia Deals to Mexico Business Class from Spain for £850
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
If you don't mind going to Spain there are a a number of places you are travel to Mexico from Spain such as Madrid, Malaga, Barcelona, Seville, Bilbao, Palma, Santander and possibl… Read more

"Have you ever been to Juarez" ? 8)


Was posted on TLFL yesterday but you are probably right, theee deals usually originate from FT threads


I saw it on HFP the other day, who credited Flyer Talk for finding it.


Which site? - TLFL or HFP. To be fair TLFL posted it first


Should really credit the site that this was found on.

7 Nights All Inclusive at the 5* Riu Guanacaste Hotel (Costa Rica) (Departing LGW / Including 20kg luggage) £560.50p/p @ HolidayHypermarket
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
This looks amazing :D 5* All Inclusive in the picturesque country of Costa Rica :) You need to apply the code HHEMAIL25 at checkout (£25 discount). Key Information: Departur… Read more

Riu only do two types of hotel - even the Riu Palace (the slightly more upmarket version) is full if people whose idea of a good holiday is unlimited drink. They also generally sit on quite a small footprint, making it even harder to escape the drunks.


Perhaps the (many) Rius I've stayed in were just more upmarket than the ones you've found yourself in?


Took us about 40 -45 minutes


You are talking about the development company - they have a higher stake in the company that operates the hotels, although you are right they dont own them. Still if you've never seen anyone drunk in a Riu hotel you've never been to one, despite many claims online about the drinks being watered down. I've seen people sitting at the pool bar for hours - just think what goes in that pool - and being put into a wheelchair to get back to be taken back to their room after falling over drunk.


Stayed at this hotel last month over Easter with the family. I would say it is closer to a 4star rather than a true 5star hotel but was fantastic place to stay. The location is slightly remote but with a beautiful dark sand beach with warm sea water and wildlife around I could not complain. The weather was fantastic and being close to the equator there was 12 hours sun every day. Important to pack lots of sunblock and insect repellent as the hotel charged 62USD per bottle! Food was of a good quality although the a la carte restaurants had a frustrating queuing system whereby you had to stand outside about 5.30pm to reserve a table when they opened at 6 or 6.30pm and they were often fully booked (but partially full) by 7pm. Shame as this really took away from the hotel. There is also a club and casino in the complex which I didn't test. There is the Diamante adventure park next door for activities such as zip lining and quad biking. It also has a small zoo and butterfly sanctuary which I found worthwhile with the kids for USD42 per person. A lot of guests leave for excursions each day so the hotel never felt full. A couple of dollars tip early on earned really good service through out. Overall would recommend this place and country.The price is a bargain accepting it is moving into the rainy season.

London Gatwick to Rio De Janeiro Direct Return Flights £319.80 return (May to June + Sep to Dec dates) @ Norwegian Airways
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Norwegian have just launched a flights flash sale on various routes, London Gatwick to Rio direct return flights are £319.80 (£159.90 each way), looks to be dates in May, June, Sep… Read more
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Sounds good! Booked to go Rio in September 😄


basically the same as any other 787 flight, only difference being was the fact you have to buy your own food (brought 3 pret rolls onboard) and the movie selection was a bit average (had my ipad anyway) . The staff were amazing also!!!


Jet setter Chanchi!


I was born in Brazil, lived for 32 years there and never visited Rio de Janeiro. Brazil has great weather, food and the nature is amazing, unfortunately the security is a major concern(specially in Rio de Janeiro).


Yes, its the full monty. 2 x 20kg (not 23) bags, all meals and drinks, seat choice..... and WiFi...... Plus the pitch is much much bigger than BA On that note though, it seems Norwegian have just put their prices up. Last week their Premium flights to MIA / FLL / MCO were all £499 - now its showing as £599. That said, its still worth paying the extra.

Canto del Sol IN PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO - PACIFIC COAST, MEXICO  From Manchester - £778.92 pp @ First Choice
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Canto del Sol First Choice IN PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO - PACIFIC COAST, MEXICO All Inclusive : Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and drinks are included. YOUR SELECTED FLIGHTS… Read more

This still seems more expensive than the initial headline post?


Latedeals is £121 cheaper


price now increased as tends to happen at weekends.


Puerto Vallarta is incredibly safe, just come back myself. The only thing that will try and rob you are the taxi drivers with their gringo prices ( easy fix is to use a Uber )


Yeah best stay at home, we mainly have stabbings and acid attacks last I saw . Horses for courses though I guess. (y)

Mexico Riu Vallarta 2 weeks all inclusive from Gatwick - £815.48 pp @ First Choice
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Fantastic deal for June. 14 nights for £816 departing 7th June (other dates available) fab hotel as I stayed there last year This art deco hotel nudges into the golden sand beach o… Read more
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Thanks for this, great deal, I have booked! I paid £2207 for 2 adults, 1 child & 1 infant. This also includes an upgrade to a jnr suite as they look like they have a bit more room for the kids! Worked out at £735 per adult/child. Very happy with that!


Your saving £60 this way


I loved it last year, it was so much fun, no problems with drunks at all. Plenty of places to get away from people. Love the Pacific Mexico, so rustic and real. They are closing in August to refurb so I’m def going back in 2020


I've been here too - noisy because it's full of people drinking themselves stupid and the bad design means noise echoes along the corridors. OK for drunks.


Or £40 Quidco

Return flight to St Lucia or Liberia (Costa Rica) or Puerto Vallarta (Mexico) £279 (May - June departures / Departing London Gatwick) @ TUI
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Good prices for these return flights to various Central American locations. All available dates are shown in the images below :) Hand luggage only. St Lucia dates: Liberia … Read more
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A love so brand new Liberian girl


Liberian girl You came and you changed my world

Return flight to Cancun (Mexico) £289 (May departure / Departing Newcastle) @ TUI
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
The outbound flight is on the 21st May with the return flight being on the 4th June. This gives you 2 weeks in Mexico :) Hand luggage only.
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Id be all over this if my other half wasnt on court duty :(


Tui is German owned. No issues flying with them at all - looking forward to Jamaica with them in a couple of months 🇯🇲🍻


Decent price


Some grounded TUI flights here although for a different reason https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/29/tui-says-boeing-737-max-grounding-could-cost-firm-up-to-300m-euros


This, https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspx They haven't done or failed this. I guess failed as TUI Belgium and TUI Germany have passed. Apart from jet 2 every other airline in this county has passed. It doesn't mean they are awful. But as I said I'm a nervous flyer and want to make sure standards are at the top, ruling out some potential issues is nice. But also yes, TUI have the Boeing max 8, so yes I see grounded TUI planes.

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