Where’s the foam
Does it come with free shots
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In the description it say sport: handball
Big girl big girl
Where’s the foam
Does it come with free shots
Best comment in weeks!
In the description it say sport: handball
Big girl big girl
Is it any good for family's or is it party town Also this is what I get Sorry, there are currently no holidays available that meet your search criteria Put everything exactly the same
Links don not land very well, if you add the info form the op into the search box, it brings up the holiday :)
The link fails
Have some heat although your quite cold atm. I've been on these and they are awesome .
Makes all the difference if your 16 or 36!
not mu doing bud .................
Ages are actually 17–35 to be allowed to go in one of these, not 18-30
can you pay flights up monthly or has it to be paid on booking ?
Seriously i must be doing something wrong on my searches .... cant even find a lodge up in Scotland for a reasonable price ... even the BnB's which going by the pics look like somones granny is letting out a spare bedroom are like 100 + per night ?????
Couldn't agree more. Some of the results coming back on some of my searches are hilarious thousands for 1 star Accom etc
Prepare to see your savings evaporate when you look at the accomodation costs ... or do you know something i dont ?
Yeah I went to Naples, Amalfi, Pompeii, Herculaneum. Amalfi smelt like petrol fumes 24/7 I ended up vomiting on the side of the road lol.
you snooze, you lose. These will be gone soon.
ill be checking this out later Thanks
Dont forget, only 5kg cabin bag with TUI !
Typical no flights from Scotland
Depends entirely on balancing the low price against a less popular time of year. There are better times of year to go but they’ll cost you considerably more
so .... is it worth doing or best avoided ??? lol :o
Agree with the above. Cruises are great value for money - and this is at the lower cost end at about £50 per day. I've been through the bay of biscay probably 7 times with no incidents at all. If there's bad weather, the ship goes closer into the coast. These are big stabilised boats and unless you're in a pretty bad storm you wouldn't know you were on one. p&o drinks are the same as pub prices, and the drinks are brought to you, so they are good value. Their mocktails are about £2.50 iirc. So for abot £50 you get 3 excellent restaurant meals, afternoon tea (not a patch on cunard's), buffet open much of the day and night, painting/dancing/talks/cinema and numerous other daytime activities if you don't want to swim, workout or read, and then usually a great west end style (nearly!) shows in the evening. If that isn't great value at £50 then i don't know what is, Plus they take you to different places most days. Extra costs in addition to those mentioned are parking (probably £100 if you need it), tours in the places you visit (ballpark £50 each if you need them) and i can't think of anything else except perhaps a couple of bigger shirts half way through.
Spot on. Its a far better experience than anything you are likely to encounter with a package holiday and just as cheap. The weather is around the 16C mark in the Med December time. . You take a decent coat which your going to travel to Southampton in anyway and your Tuxedo Gowns and gladrags in your suitcases (theres no limit to how much you take). Food is fantastic and the Fine Dining on the Ventura is as good as the Queen Mary 2 which we just disembarked from yesterday. If you dont like the idea of dressing up threes the Buffet which serves reasonable food and lots of it. Having lugged the kids and big kids around the world for 25 years plus (endless airport queues etc) I can say one of the best things about a cruise is that its virtually stress free. Theres loads to do and the ports of call on this one are very good. Alcohol prices on P&O are very similar to pub prices. If you've got on board spend you can use this on alcohol if you want. Its hard to convince people to go on a cruise (i dont like boats etc) but this is a 10 star hotel afloat and its so big you will hardly notice your on a ship at all.
Not if you smuggle it in your suitcase! But you’ll have to take your own cot, provide your own food, not be able to go ashore etc etc! Alternatively pay the infant fare and enjoy your holiday. Pick up a free brochure at your local travel agent. Plus they will give you loads of free information
Get in! Norn Iron!
Heat for Belfast . 👌👌👌
Not going but heat for just mentioning Belfast (lol)
Great to see a trip from norn iron on here
Crackn price .
combine with this for getting to airport https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/airport-transfers-for-199pp-london-victoria-to-gatwick-luton-airport-kings-cross-to-stansted-easybus-2939793 recently used this from luton and its fine - you can use your ticket either side of 60 minutes if your plane is early or late - mine was early!
great bargain! you'll probably spend a bit more in ibiza though
Sleep at the airport the night before you go as it will be the only sleep you get for 7 nights.
Fab price for a budget getaway! Here is some very useful info for those that like a look see first.. https://www.oyster.co.uk/ibiza/hotels/casita-blanca-apartments/photos/studio/
Faro seems to be all sold out.
Gah - cost me £130 when I booked my holiday in June a few weeks ago. :(
Who’s shane? Something you need to tell us? :o
Ah, bella Italia. Just make sure you don't get ripped off on car hire :)
Shame they aren't 3 day getaways. EDIT: Shane typo! (embarrassed)
October is widely regarded as one of the best months to go Ibiza if you want a quiet holiday. It's beautiful that time of year and weather is still good enough to catch a tan.
I've been 3 times in May and it has been scorching.
Not half term
We went to San Antonio last October for a short break, 7th to 10th I think and there were a lot of places already closed. I think Cafe Mambo were closing on 14th and they were one of the last, but it depends what you're going for. We went dressed for the cold and it was scorching every day, although the forecast had been for rain that never materialised.
Would anything be open in October
When usually is the closing party?
Also "old" get tired of obnoxious overgrown children acting like thick alcoholic muppets and vomiting all over the show, so there's not a market for it.
for those that like to book in advance and pay a deposit only this looks a good and cheap option. Not really as it's full payment required now
Because old, will fall and break hip or somesuch....
I went last year for the first time and I don't fit the 18-35 critera and I loved it (didn't book a package though, was all independent). Was so surprised of the age range.
Just go and have fun, life is too short to worry about what strangers might think about you. A few Jack Daniels and you will be lost in music.
Good deal! I've been middle of May and had a mix, 4 hours of sunshine 12-4pm pretty much everyday though! I'll never be too old to be sat by the rocks watching that sunset with a set playing from Mambo's in the background!
Depends where you go in Ibiza, stay off the strip in Bossa and head to Savannah and cafe mambo and you’ll be great (y) 🏻
Sgt Peppers 2 will be open to day from 4pm until v.late , and the sunsets will be devine. https://www.facebook.com/Peppers2Ibiza/
Went to portanix I think it was at the end of April / beginning of May Loved it , more family oriented area and weather was great
Oh let the nearly north have one bargain!! You guys can get to ask the London airports there's deals-a-plenty surely!!? ;) 8)
May and October are the months I would go. My daughter and her family went to Santa Eulalia last Easter and really enjoyed it but then had a hire Car and toured the Island.Not many tourists then and the resorts tend to open for holidaymakers early in May. Not driving might restrict you early in the season.
Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything directly relating to this time of year. We don’t mind quiet as long as there’s still plenty open/plenty for the little one to do
Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to visit Ibiza but you might find it a bit quiet. I’ve stayed a lot in Santa Eulalia and rate it highly
I did read some positive Tripadvisor reviews https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g673348-d569347-Reviews-Puerto_Cala_Vadella-Sant_Josep_de_Sa_Talaia_Ibiza_Balearic_Islands.html
amazon reviews aren't really that useful anymore, but here are two from amazon.com: 2.0 out of 5 stars Decent price, s***ty product.ByMike on May 28, 2016Verified PurchasePaying $20 for this product is not worth it. Buying it at all is not worth it unless you're buying it for a small child whose extremely irresponsible. As a teenager, I bought this thinking I could use it for gaming but the second I picked it up out of the package I knew I was wrong. It's very lightweight, there's a ton of sound leakage, and all in all, you're better off buying a $50+ headset to save yourself the trouble. 5.0 out of 5 starsFive StarsBy Carolina M. Bethmann on December 9, 2016Verified PurchaseGreat! Does that make the decision any easier? ;)
Appreciate the advice, it's the same advice my nan told me once haha. I'm not expecting amazing quality out of them though, but a user review would be great.
They look nice, but you pay for what you get. Buy cheap buy twice.
Any reviews of these?
Freezing on matter of principle, why is xiaomi a keyword? keywords are meant to be there to enable easy navigation and sorting, not for you to get cheap hits on your deal (annoyed)
So true! I’m looking for a week there this month and I notice the same thing. I looked today using a tablet I’ve used every time and then used a laptop for the first time to search and the price was £95 different for the same holiday, same hotel/airport and dates.
Was looking on Thomson's for Majorca .every time I checked a holiday deal out and returned to book it they had shoved 100 each on holiday. Seems the more hits the deal gets Thomson's quickly increase the price substantially
Yes £248 for me now. 40% discount instead of 50%.
Showing £265 pp now
So annoying that if you only want 5 or 6 nights the prices double, lol.
that's a lot of weeks for the money
I'm 41, possibly pushing it!
Trolley surfing is an optional add on available on Ryanair flights for £3
Our BA flight was in the evening and I thought it was bad until we got chatting to someone in our hotel who came from Newcastle who said on their flight a passenger was lying on top of the catering trolley 'surfing' down the aisle .....
Ouch! Just seen the flight time 05.05 going out from Stansted, don't they know teenagers don't get up until lunchtime.
Remember also the Spanish Government charge an extra tax per person per night on the Islands, under the guise of an Environmental excuse. Seems like they want to discourage people going there anymore!
I saw these cheap flights too... I nearly booked one, was still available a few days before I wanted to travel. Apparently these flights are awful.. Like a party plane with lairy young uns
It is a good price though compared to other places so hot!!
Yeah its this price every year. I went to Ibiza last month and was cheaper to book another return flight than to change my existing. Ended up going on the 1st booking and returning on the 2nd booking as the flights I didn't use were at crappy hours. Cost £120 per person for 2 returns and costs £100 (maybe more, can't remember) for a flight name change so wasn't even worth giving them away
Manc - Ibiza was one of the cheapest routes last August with returns from £50 so this may not be such a good deal. Pity the accommodation was so damn expensive.
Looking for holidays from 28th august till 9th September ( any dates between those dates for 7 days. From Manchester to Sunny beach.
try realdealholidays they are really good www.facebook.com/realdealholidays got me mate 3 adults 1 kid 800 flight hotel suitcase and transfer
looking for something for 2 adults 1 child 14yrs old august 17th for 7 nights plz
I'm going to keep updating this thread daily (except when I go to Ibiza myself at the weekend!) and I'll post anything that crops up decent.
Any from cardiff airport 26 27 or 28 of August please
Just click on promotions and it has a code to get £3 off the second pair which makes it 3.99+.99. Good price as I needed a cheap pair for the commute and casual listening. Got two. Lol
Up to £13 each
How are you getting 2 for a fiver ? maxmix
Grey ones in stock, can't go wrong with £3.99 hopefully
Well lets look at an example (taking what the person says at face value, but I've heard similar complaints from others): http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-flights-middle-seats-assigned-passengers-pay-reserve-changed-seating-policy-a7750581.html I guess we could run the permutations to get the probability, but I'd be surprised if the seating plan ended up with the only allocatable middle seats (i,e. those not in free rows) 24 rows apart. If you think about the methodology you believe they use: 1) 3 paying pax take up a row and have no impact, other then pushing free rows apart. (Anything above 3 and you consider them a 3 plus a separate fragment, i.e. 5 = 3 pax plus 2 pax). 2) 2 paying pax take up a row and leave either a window or aisle free (presume they would want to sit together). 3) 1 paying pax picks a window/aisle and leaves an allocatable "won't pay seat" So if you don't pay you're first going to be allocated the seats generated by (3). The seats generated by (2) won't be allocated until all middle seats have been allocated. But that then means they risk running out of completely free rows for late bookers who are prepared to pay (do they move people retrospectively?, haven't heard anyone suggest they do). The important factor to consider appears to be the ratio of group (3) to non paying Pax and how full the flight is. If its 50/50 and a very full flight then you're more likely to be separated. But there'd have to be many non paying single Pax having been allocated seats before a non paying couple to force people so far apart. To me it seems like a very unique and unlikely set of circumstances which would yield the results people are complaining about. In most instances IMO with an unadulterated allocation policy they would be sitting in adjacent rows (albeit in middle seats) allowing easy seat swapping. Additionally holding back seats generated by (2) makes little sense unless you have a lot of paying single PAX, as generally a single PAX will pick an empty row where possible, so those seats only become desirable once empty rows or rows with only one other PAX are filled. Again this suggests to me the policy is deliberately set up to separate people rather then increase revenue by holding back desirable seats only. I presume the people complaining can see the seat map (so Ryan Air can sell them a seat)? If so perhaps someone will be able to confirm if there was a nearer "won't pay seat" available.
Why shouldn't people complain, how else would they influence a company's behaviour. And many of us disagree that their seating policy is transparent, you feel its innocent, we feel they are deliberately separating people (by several rows) unless they pay. Moreover, i'm not sure why you feel the only choice consumers have is to take their business elsewhere. It's perfectly valid to also call out bad practice or behaviour you feel is unacceptable. Some may have limited options. I live near LHR so BA gets a lot of my business by virtue of my geographic location. If I lived near LTN the dominant operator at that airport (used to Ryan Air, but think it may be Easy Jet now?) would likely get my business. Moreover, say you need to fly to BTS for example, you're short of options. The cheese analogy is erroneous and trivialises peoples quite fair complaints, as even if you only have one shop near you, it's very likely you will have many other options rather then cheese. If you're local shop only sold cheese and you had a two hour round trip to the next shop I think you may well be less laissez faire. And this brings me back to my main point. People accept such behaviour in the case of Ryan Air, infact they defend it telling others to stop complaining and go elsewhere, but i'm certain they wouldn't like it if everyone followed suit. There's trying to up sell and then there's being unnecessarily punitive and quite simply insulting peoples intelligence in the process. The whole payment method surcharge was a very clear point in case. It was an unreasonable and deceitful (as they tried to claim it was due to processing charges) attempt to force an up sell. I recall people defending that by telling people to take their business elsewhere, but i'm certain those same people would be up in arms if every business they used had started doing the same. Imagine doing your cheese free shop and finding there was a £10 charge unless you used timbuktu banks debit card. And when enough people obtained that card, your local changed it to Antarctic Banks Visa.....
That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.
I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.
I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.
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