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    Quote Originally Posted by Sectional View Post
    Well I meant a 2 week holiday all inclusive. I normally spent £1600 on a holiday a year, so I guess a £500 one I consider to be cheap.
    I suppose it depends on your priorities, I believe holidays are important and thus I save enough to go on at least one a year. Some people think cars are important, and spend like £400 a month on one, which I think personally is ridiculous, but then some people may think spending £1600 on a holiday is ridiculous, but each to their own I guess

    But generally cheap cheap holidays are cheap for a reason, and I'd rather pay a bit more money for better facilities and amenities around the area. The old saying of you get what you pay for...
    Yeah I'd say £500 is cheap. Cruising you're looking at over £1000+ easily (per person), £2000+ if you're going further afield.

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    December 2019 I will be going to Mexico for 4 weeks for the first time. I hope everything works out, since I plan on leaving after my finals. I have 4 weeks off for my university during that time. I plan on running a race, eating as many vegan places in the city I'm staying, and finally connecting to my cousins I have never seen before.

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    We've booked our next holiday but that will have to wait until the 2020 thread
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    family just been to visit, and thats been like a holiday. went to Seville, Cadiz and Arcos de la Frontera

    more family visiting this week but we'll stay local and maybe go Cadiz one day.

    then a friend is visiting - we're planning on a night in Seville and hopefully trek up some mountains in Andaluscia


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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    family just been to visit, and thats been like a holiday. went to Seville, Cadiz and Arcos de la Frontera

    more family visiting this week but we'll stay local and maybe go Cadiz one day.

    then a friend is visiting - we're planning on a night in Seville and hopefully trek up some mountains in Andaluscia
    Ohh the mountain trekking sounds exciting! Nothing I like more than a long challenging walk up a mountain. Not sure I'd enjoy it so much in the heat though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak View Post
    Ohh the mountain trekking sounds exciting! Nothing I like more than a long challenging walk up a mountain. Not sure I'd enjoy it so much in the heat though?
    i love the heat

    35 C+ is my ideal temperature


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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    i love the heat

    35 C+ is my ideal temperature
    Even when walking up a mountain? Are you mad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak View Post
    Even when walking up a mountain? Are you mad?
    cycled up a mountain in about 33 C in Greece

    cycled Mekong Delta in Vietnam in about 35 C

    and trekked mountains in India in about 35 C


    lovely.

    tbh the hottest i've experienced was like 43 C in Turkey, and i didnt think it was unbearable or anything like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by -:Undertaker:- View Post
    cycled up a mountain in about 33 C in Greece

    cycled Mekong Delta in Vietnam in about 35 C

    and trekked mountains in India in about 35 C


    lovely.

    tbh the hottest i've experienced was like 43 C in Turkey, and i didnt think it was unbearable or anything like that
    Yep you're mad
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    well after lots of to and fro we've (me and a friend from London) have finally booked a holiday!!!


    23rd November to 1st December we're travelling to Rwanda and Uganda

    staying mainly in Kigali and Kampala but will also visit likes of Jinja and Entebbe and some others maybe

    should be good. plan to...

    - see the genocide/torture chambers
    - trek some mountains
    - safari
    - slums
    - rafting
    - cycling
    - the equator
    - Lake Victoria/start of the River Nile
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