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Will there be travel restrictions this summer

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    #21
    Originally posted by AtW View Post



    Holiday in Wales was mal's plan B.
    My god no. I lived in Swansea for 3 months. If I never go to Wales again I will be happy.

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      #22
      Originally posted by mallisarealperson View Post

      My god no. I lived in Swansea for 3 months. If I never go to Wales again I will be happy.
      He means Malvolio, rather than you (I think).

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        #23
        Originally posted by ladymuck View Post

        He means Malvolio, rather than you (I think).
        Ok thanks. For a minute I thought I gave the impression I like Wales

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          #24
          Originally posted by AtW View Post
          Will there be travel this summer?

          That’s a better question
          Abroad ? Is it worth the bother, nah it's not worth it !

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            #25
            Originally posted by mallisarealperson View Post
            Neighbour just got back from Wales. sounded miserable. Busy everywhere, no tables available at restaurants.

            Could you be bothered, I know people want a holiday, but there are limits.
            That's cos all the hospitality staff have either legged it or got jobs with better hours.
            "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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              #26
              Originally posted by mallisarealperson View Post
              Will Boris stop people traveling to places like Cornwall this summer due to rise in new variants?
              If Cornwall want to keep the tourists out they should follow Norfolk and shut at 7pm, meaning you have to go home if you can't book somewhere for dinner before this time (and in Norfolk, you can't). I can't say whether Deliveroo offers a useful alternative as the area where I stayed had no mobile phone coverage.
              His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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                #27
                Originally posted by AtW View Post



                Holiday in Wales was mal's plan B.
                No, that was my suggestion to Malvolio, because I thought his young kids would enjoy a holiday in a Welsh farmhouse, in the company of geese and lambs etc. But it turns out his kids are over 40!

                So it's sort of like that distinguished French author who asked a relative if his nephew enjoyed the teddy bear the author had sent him for Christmas, only to be told "Well not really. He's a colonel in the Foreign Legion now!"
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                  #28
                  Originally posted by SueEllen View Post

                  That's cos all the hospitality staff have either legged it or got jobs with better hours.
                  You saying it is busy everywhere because of a shortage of staff.

                  Is it not just a lot of people traveling to the same place? no parking, capacity at hotels, restaurants. Beech looks like a rock concert full of people.

                  But yeah blame the low paid immigrant worker, as no native wants to work for peanuts.

                  Maybe reassessing corporate profit to take into account driving down workers pay.

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