Tell us about your Holiday plans

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JonT
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Re: Tell us about your Holiday plans

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Wolfmiester wrote: Tue Apr 05, 2022 1:21 pm Finally, after a number of attempts and failed visas and cancelled flights we are off to Australia for the first time for 4 years to see our two kids.
One in Sydney and one in Melbourne, with a week on a beech in Noosa, just above Brisbane, thrown in as well.
3 years of saved up kiddie hugs on the way for the next 3 weeks :-) \:D/
Have a great trip Steve.
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Aus and NZ are on my bucket list "to go to" list as I have both friends and family there (and fellow Free Spirits). All things "going to plan" there may be a chance that I will get to realise that wish in the next couple of years. Have a great trip Steve, glad to hear you're finally getting to go.
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Re: Tell us about your Holiday plans

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Steve that sounds so wonderful have a great time

We are off to Cornwall tmrw for a few days all our family together after its been covid-cancelled twice before, the best bit will be all the hugs
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