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The East India Company Butter Shortbread and Clotted Cream Biscuits 150 g for £4.95 (£33.00 / kg) & Add On Item Amazon.
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Luxury handmade biscuits Gives this shortbread biscuit a rich and soft texture Contains egg, milk and gluten and also contain traces of nuts A traditional shortbread made with r… Read more
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Googly Moogly how much? I dont see that as a deal but more like Amazon are the only suppliers. Voted bbbrrr!
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Maha-bharata The Epic of Ancient India Condensed into English Verse
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I had posted this a few months ago - it's still free, so just shared with a friend and thought I should share with HUKDers in case any one else also wants to read an interesting ta… Read more
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What is Mahabharata? when I was young I recall friends going home on Saturday afternoons just to watch it on bbc2.
ceanth2 m ago

Do you have a link for the free version you mentioned?


Later, but have a try to key in that word " Ramayan and kindle" in the Amazon search bar and then sort by lowest price.
splender12 h, 23 m ago

Ramayan is also free[Image]


Do you have a link for the free version you mentioned?
Nice. Just what I was looking for.

Thanks OP
Wise words to be read in probably all holy + legendary writings ...
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Waitrose Indian meal deal £10
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Waitrose. Indian meal deal £10 (2 mains, 1 rice, plus 2 sides)
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roehampton1 h, 6 m ago

It's in store too. Just been there...



Thanks will check it this evening
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HellriderUKDeals692 h, 48 m ago

Is this available instore too?


it appears only online.
Edited by: "roehampton" 28th Dec 2017
Is this available instore too?
Sadly, the Indian meals at Waitrose are quite bland when compared to what is available at M&S or Sainsbury's.
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Fifa 18 + NHL 18 bundle for less than £28.80 @ INDIA Xbox Store
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Came across this deal on India Xbox store and looks to be very good deal. I have not bought this bundle myself but thought it would help others. You need to have Xbox gold membersh… Read more
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RunningSquid5 h, 44 m ago

Has anyone actually tried to buy this deal yet? OP posted a similar deal …Has anyone actually tried to buy this deal yet? OP posted a similar deal last night and people said you can't get this deal through a VPN. Have you got proof this works OP?


You cannot have tried. Reported the thread and made it cold
No this guy again posting Indian Xbox "deals" again which you cannot purchase even with a VPN
blueflash56 m ago

Revolut cards used to work but you now need buy credits for that country, …Revolut cards used to work but you now need buy credits for that country, unless someone found a new way


That works for most stores but you can't buy credits for Indian store.

People saying this works are either trolling or are a bit dense and assume because it works for russia/aregentina/Brazil etc that it also works for India.
Revolut cards used to work but you now need buy credits for that country, unless someone found a new way
I think only specific cards work on international stores
The Witcher 3 - Wild Hunt for less than £5 on INDIA Xbox store
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Just bought this game from the India store for about Rs.398 which is about £4.64 (~£5) with XBOX Gold (Update below) Just woke up to see all the negative comments (lol) for your… Read more
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Works for me, I bought Ori from the Russian store recently using the same process. Just changed my MS region to Russia, used a Firefox plug and boom! Deluxe Ori for 3.50
Deal now says Indian debit card was used.
I would love to know how to open an Indian bank account....

"Can I open a bank account as a non-resident?You can, but this is tricky. Non-resident accounts are only available to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs). If you don’t fall into any of these categories, you’ll need to be living in India before you can open an account. You can start with a ‘small’ account, but more on that later."
ANC11 h, 1 m ago

Not sure which part of the instructions made you "Lol" but there was no …Not sure which part of the instructions made you "Lol" but there was no intent for the information to be amusing.I'd guess its down to lack of knowledge & understanding on your part.Virtual Network Guide - Save your £4.67 and buy this.


...this does not work on Indian store.

All Microsoft stores are at least protected by geolocation.
VPN sorts that out but some stores don't have digital credit to purchase to redeem on them.
So you can buy from India but it will be declined at the payment processor end because Microsoft only allow credit cards drawn on Indian banks and an Indian billing address.

So there:p
I thought VPN's stopped working with Microsoft and the only way now was to buy gift cards from that country and redeem them while in the checkout process. Has this changed?
Authentic Indian Food Recipes: Local Indian Recipes that are Delicious and Nutritious Kindle Edition  - Free Download @ Amazon
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This book contains simple and easy to follow Indian Food recipes that you can cook at your home. All recipes are authentic Indian dishes, so you will be able to experience the … Read more
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Namastum! Boz
Yet again many thanks all I've got to do is actually cook something from all these books.
Thank you
Thanks Boz, Got the book this time..
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Vini and Bals Indian sauces 39p @ Heron Foods
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spotted in sheffield jordanthorpe 39p each
Bought loads of them for 39p what a steal and yep £3 on the site.Lo e the packaging fuss free but sauce looks nice.
I've just posted this and hadn't realised someone already had! I got a few today. Fab price as RRP is like £3+
Got them in Horncastle and Skegness. I've not tried them yet, but judging by the ingredients list they should be OK.
This is good stuff. Worth much more than 39p
These are great. I used to get them from Morrissons, but they stopped selling them unfortunately.
National Curry Week M&S Indian Takeaway Deal - with decent veggie options too! - £10
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Offer commences 11th October and ends 17th October To celebrate National Curry Week (or because it's been an entire month since the last Indian takeaway deal), M&S are offeri… Read more
crooked_fingerz10th Oct

Can anyone comment on quality? I’ve never had a food deal from M&S before s …Can anyone comment on quality? I’ve never had a food deal from M&S before so not sure how good/bad they are or whether they are worth it.


The quality is good, but in my opinion it’s no better than what Morrison’s has to offer for a fraction of the cost. Great options at m&s though, worth getting two curries with two sides that arent rice, and then getting a pouch of microwave rice for 75p
Waitrose also have a similar offer at the moment - for £10 - 2 mains, 1 rice and 2 other sides.
robbie14123 h, 14 m ago

the sparks deal is a 3rd side thrown in for free



Make sure you log in to your account and add the offer to your card to validate.
Madras from me!
the sparks deal is a 3rd side thrown in for free
Morrisons Indian Takeaway 350g - Chicken Tikka Masala/ Chicken Balti/ Chicken Jalfrezi/ Chicken Madras/ King Prawn Bhuna/ Lamb Rogan Josh -  £1.50 (Also the new Volcanic Vindaloo)
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Quite like these, Morrisons Indian takeaway 350g reduced to £1.50 for national Curry Week Volcanic vindaloo (new) 350g - UK's hottest supermarket curry - more info here Morrison… Read more
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nougat49 m ago

Look at the picture!



I see it now. Well the Golden Sun Microwave Basmati Rice 250g is right at 42p & Golden Sun Microwave 250g Pilau Rice is 49p. Bought more this morning.
nougat9 m ago

It's not your fault but have you noticed the mistake on the lidl page?


What mistake?
veedubjai9th Oct

Can be even cheaper at Lidl. Golden Sun Microwave Basmati Rice 250g …Can be even cheaper at Lidl. Golden Sun Microwave Basmati Rice 250g 42phttps://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Products.htm?articleId=297[Image]


It's not your fault but have you noticed the mistake on the lidl page?
Had the Volcanic Vindaloo last night. As expected, it was VERY hot (especially for a supermarket offering) but it was also VERY tasty. I shall drop into my local store today and hope they've had some more delivered - none on the shelves yesterday.
Goose Island India Pale Ale (IPA), 12x355ml - Delivered Chilled - £14 @ Amazon Prime Now
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I was looking at the other deal for the mixed batch of 8 bottles of Goose Island, which works out at £1.25 a bottle This deal is only £1.17 a bottle and it's just the IPA, which i… Read more
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chrisredmayne16 h, 10 m ago

Nice beer but not overwhelmed by the deal



have you seen how much this beer usually is?
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I drank this in the USA, as it was available in the Walmart for a reasonable price, and not generic sub-pils type drink.

Found it to be over-hoppy for an IPA but I still enjoyed it as a beer.
thekitkatshuffler3 h, 11 m ago

What if I want to enhance my already pendulous mannary glands?


Chop off your balls and inject estrogen that should do it.
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chrisredmayne15 m ago

Nice beer but not overwhelmed by the deal


It's not a mind blowing price, but pretty sure this is the cheapest around at the moment. Being delivered chilled to your door is a nice bonus.
AB (aka Bud) own this explains why it's so cheap and IMO has gone down hill.
Indian Cuisine Made Simple. 30 Superb Recipes Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon
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Paperback is £7.22 - Good Reviews On This !!! Scores 4.8 Out Of 5 - - Indian cuisine is by far one the most ancient and popular cuisines across the world. I bet you can ha… Read more
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Thanks Boz but no longer free..
99p now
Thanks Boz.
Just buy The Curry Guy's book. I tried a few. This guy nailed it.
Lococycle XBOX ONE free with GWG India
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OK, the game is meant to be bad but free is free. Go to link, change region at bottom left to India. Download for free.# Powerstar Golf is also free from the Japanese store, same … Read more
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ThatsNoMoon20 h, 55 m ago

Thanks Grabbed Powerstar Golf.


Couldn't complete purchase on Japanese site but noticed this game is free anyway on the uk site.

Edit: Ah it's not the full game. Still can't seem to complete purchase on Japanese site though.
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Can you believe Lococycle was a launch title!!!
kraigisonfire1 h, 55 m ago

Whats the risk on getting your account banned though? MS used to ban folks …Whats the risk on getting your account banned though? MS used to ban folks for doing this


In the 360 days. Due to the xbox one being region free they seem to let it slide.

The issue was on the 360, you were hard changing your account region - they used to ban people who bought games from other regions with money. You're free to "buy" from whatever region you're like on the One.
Whats the risk on getting your account banned though? MS used to ban folks for doing this
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Marks & Spencer Indian meal deal 2 mains 3 sides £10  Offer runs 13th to 19th September 2017.
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Indian takeaway for £10 Offer runs 13th to 19th September 2017. Subject to availability. Selected products and stores. Choose two mains and three sides from a selection for £10.… Read more
othen12th Sep

... this gets posted every week - so yes, a little bit.:-)



Dont read the thread then..its quite simple really.
These curries are lovely almost as good as a takeaway.
W1zz1 h, 50 m ago

Just picked some up from Wellington Street, Leeds. Be careful as the ones …Just picked some up from Wellington Street, Leeds. Be careful as the ones on display down the aisle don't produce the discount. It's the ones on the aisle end with the signage that are for £10. Even though packaging is same, there's something different about the barcodes.



This is the same for all M&S food deals (dine in for £10, pizza deal etc)
othen12th Sep

... this gets posted every week - so yes, a little bit.:-)



What? the indian meal deal is on every week??
Just picked some up from Wellington Street, Leeds. Be careful as the ones on display down the aisle don't produce the discount. It's the ones on the aisle end with the signage that are for £10. Even though packaging is same, there's something different about the barcodes.
Curry Companion: The Definitive Guide to Every Form of Authentic Indian and Oriental Curry Kindle Edition  - Free Download @ Amazon
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Paperback is £7.75 *** Also Further Free Curry Cookbook: Authentic Curry Recipes for Chicken Curries, Vegetable Curries, Seafood Curries and More … Read more
expired. it's now £2.31 to "buy"
Thanks B
Bahut Bahut Shukriya Boz!
Ilikehotdeals150 m ago

Bring a walls vienetta for a dessert and we are on


Will tiramisu do?
Claim free samples of Tea India Chai
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finally got rid of their awful email! What utter junk and no teas whatsoever just competitions and maybe some free stuff! It's all a load of cobblers! This is cold and wish i did vote cold. never gain will i sign up to this crap
Just crap emails and no tea. Shouldn't have voted hot just a spam deal! Waste of time
They're sending me a load of crap emails that i dont read but no tea yet. Thats why normally i do not do any so called 'free' deals
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2 Week Holiday to Goa, India - 4th December - Direct Flight, bags, transfer, hotel & Breakfast - £576pp @ Thomas Cook (3 People)
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I realise this won't be for everyone, but it's not a bad deal considering flights sometimes are around this much direct. This holiday is leaving Manchester on December 4th 2017 fo… Read more
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Love GOA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks
tempt16th Aug

Is Goa safe for women or is it the same as everywhere else in India?


Goa is very westernized and safe, best place you will visit. Lots of beach parties etc
Goa packages are expensive in general. This deal is definitely cheaper and calangute and bagha are most happening places mostly filled with Indian crowds. I stayed in sea coin hotel in less crowded part of goa with beach next to the hotel, very decent and economical. The food at the hotel restaurant was great and had hired taxi/bike to travel to places. Goa is one of the best tourist locations in India considered safe as the main income is tourism. Saw some of the negative comments above and in any famous tourist location you can get into trouble if you are not careful and the incidents that occurred has such similarities of taking drug late night with strangers in unfamiliar places etc. We have also seen such cases in other famous places e.g. Thailand, still many go there and come back without any issues. Be wary of the known trouble spots and you will be safe and take it easy lifestyle is the southern part with great food and nice locals is something you will enjoy.
gibus17th Aug

Avoid India at any cost. Famous for exploiting foreign tourists …Avoid India at any cost. Famous for exploiting foreign tourists financially. Everything expensive than UK. Foreigners should pay lot more than locals for attractions. Unsafe driving. Very bad roads. No ambulance service. Lots of mosquitos. Corrupted police and bureaucracy. No proper health care. Staring locals. Travel at your risk.

Sounds like blighty!
Kerala is less touristy and less crowded that Goa.

Highly recommend this place..

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Return Flights to India (Mumbai) £194.14 @ Omega Flight Store
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Last deal from me as I'm off on my holibobs tomorrow for 3 weeks. Flights to India from £194.14 (from Birmingham) or just over £200 from London. Possibly an OTA error. Worth a pun… Read more
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I'd advise anyone to do some research on Omega Flight Store first. I hadnt prior to trying to book BA flights with them via skyscanner - very dodgy transaction. Thankfully my bank blocked it from going through. Also found flights on the same day without a long stopover for cheaper on the actual BA site.
Never seen so cheap
red23

I suppose if you have to. On that topic i also love all the outsourcing … I suppose if you have to. On that topic i also love all the outsourcing by companys that paying staff 20p an hour for jobs they are not equipped to do.Better still when they hang up on you because they don't know what to do.



You ought to expand ur knowledge before judging like a clown.Outsourcing is not a fault of the country or people where it relocates.Businesses do so to get cheaper deals,just like u r here to grab deals unless ur just a sad troll
red23

Not sure why anyone would visit this place. A complete mess of a … Not sure why anyone would visit this place. A complete mess of a country."butwehavethehighestpercentratioofengineersinworld" very good fix it then.



no worries...you just stick with Disneyland
Alexgadgetman

Have you ever been to India? Or are you just stereotyping from your sofa? … Have you ever been to India? Or are you just stereotyping from your sofa? This is a country with over 1 billion inhabitants and you are judging it by..... the business decision to offshore there.Some of the friendliest people, best culture and tastiest beer can also be found there, amongst other things. Open your eyes sometime and actually go to these places out of your comfort zone before judging.


Unfortunately many people have their thinking guided by information from sources that are not credible.
From Birmingham: India Trip, Golden Triangle & Ganges £531.74pp @ booking.com
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If you've ever fancied India then check out this amazing trip that sees you visit the Golden Triangle and also the Ganges. This trip is in March at the time of the Holi festival. T… Read more
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hot deal... but does this include the cost of the visa?
ladiesman589

Just got back India and did the Golden Triangle. absolutely amazing … Just got back India and did the Golden Triangle. absolutely amazing place. Beautiful forts and buildings and so much history. Before we went we heard many horror stories. we took the Delhi Subway as well and didn't have no issues. Obviously, make sure you keep your valuables close and be alert at all times but that's just the same as any place in the UK. loved the place, the people and the food. Be careful where you eat though as you can easily get the runs from Street food but I guess that's where the fun is! It won't be everyone's cup of tea but if you like sightseeing, travelling and different cultures then you will love India.



its good to hear experiences like this......I went back to delhi last oct on a business trip (had not been back for over 10 years) and the city has that western feel to it now...the metro makes travelling around safe, cheap and a lot quicker than jumping into a tutt tutt.. went down to see the Taj at again, well worth the trip. we paid about £140 for a driver/car/local guide for the whole weekend which was cheap as chips (hotels extra)

Also been to Mumbai/Bangalore on other business trips with no safety issues as well...I can highly recommend india to everyone for a holiday.
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Watch this in full !! Hope it helps understand India better...


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Besford

Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level … Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!



Ooh you can give me some tips on food in Cambodia and Vietnam for my Christmas trip.
Mentos

Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat … Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.Hope that helps.


Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!

I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!


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Up to 30% off flights @ Etihad Airways - Example Heathrow to Bangalore Oct 3rd-17th £382.45
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Some really cheap flights to various destinations, code STFECO works on economy class AND code STFBUS works on business class, prices include 23KG baggage Click link, search for f… Read more
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Doesn't work for me, I believe that this deal has ended.
fifthcolumn

Their check in staff denied my wife boarding on an India bound flight … Their check in staff denied my wife boarding on an India bound flight from Manchester during Easter last year due to their failure to verify her documents properly.



I always believed that check in staff are Airport staff , even if sometimes they are dressed in crew uniform.
What documents were they trying to verify? Did she not have a visa ? Please elaborate

zworld

No it's not! Flew Business on the A380 mnay times. Food is average, bed … No it's not! Flew Business on the A380 mnay times. Food is average, bed is alright , nothing much to write home about



I'd have to agree, very average. Staff seem to be rushed too.
husain_kola

Etihad business class on the A380 is simply amazing!



No it's not! Flew Business on the A380 mnay times. Food is average, bed is alright , nothing much to write home about
flipper118

Id90's if that's what you are referring to aren't necessarily 90% … Id90's if that's what you are referring to aren't necessarily 90% discounted



Yes, id90 is 90% off, but it's standby. id50/special tickets are confirmed but 50% off. That's how it is for emirates anyways.
Luxury Kochi, India holiday just £575pp - incl. flights, 10 nights 5* hotel, breakfast & transport @ Holiday Pirates
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Are you planning a honeymoon? Been to the Caribbean and Thailand and what to try something new? Well how about Kochi, India! Wonderful beaches and delicious food! What more can you… Read more
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whatyadoinsucka

Haha, yes the men having number twos in full view of the overnight train, … Haha, yes the men having number twos in full view of the overnight train, a monkey riding a bike, cows in 4 lane highways, painted wooden tata trucks and black smoke clouds coming out of our tuctuc, oh and the all seeing eye baby that was handed to me at the Taj Mahal for a holiday making family to add to their photo collection... Oh I forgot we went on a honeymoon to a beach hut in goa.. Quite a calm trip that one



​india is a disgrace. not to mention female tourists getting gang raped on trains.
How do you add a stopover in Abu Dhabi or Dubai to the flights?
Please post the link - it helps
whatyadoinsucka

Haha, yes the men having number twos in full view of the overnight train, … Haha, yes the men having number twos in full view of the overnight train, a monkey riding a bike, cows in 4 lane highways, painted wooden tata trucks and black smoke clouds coming out of our tuctuc, oh and the all seeing eye baby that was handed to me at the Taj Mahal for a holiday making family to add to their photo collection... Oh I forgot we went on a honeymoon to a beach hut in goa.. Quite a calm trip that one



Hey this deal is about a holiday in Kerala. Trust me you don't see anything you mentioned in Kerala. Let's not stereotype !
you can get alcohol, at tourist friendly hotels and they have these grim (but hilarious) alcohol shops which consists of a huge pile-on of people trying to get to a hole in a fence type shop to buy their grog. Definitely an experience Also, at some places like Varkala (touristy beach area), you can get booze everywhere but it will be served in tea cups and mugs And your bottle of beer will be camouflaged with napkins and kept out of site.

I'll admit I was concerned about the potential lack of booze it being a 2 week holiday, however, you can find a few beers here and there and the wonderful scenery and food (and people!) more than made up for it... We just had a couple of nights getting tipsy where we could, and the rest just enjoyed tea.
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