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Any holiday plans?

Post by markymark » 28 Jun 2009, 15:26

Just wondering if anyone has made any holiday plans?

Just yesterday, I booked flights, hotels and car hire for 16 days in Orlando, FL!!

I can hardly wait! :D

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by markymark » 29 Jun 2009, 13:30

dave brum wrote:I'd love to have a full Ulster fry in a cafe on the Falls Road.
Why the Falls Road of all places? There are loads of more scenic places in Northern Ireland, not to mention, places to get a bigger, better Ulster Fry!

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by markymark » 29 Jun 2009, 14:30

dave brum wrote:If I weren't weightwatching, would I get a bigger fry in the North's tourist hotspots like Kilkeel Carrickfergus and Enniskillen?
Most definitely!

Unfortunately, I too am cutting back on the old junk food. The last month has been stressful and a lot of sitting in front of a computer typing. Need to lose about a stone and I'd be back to 13.5 stones!

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by markymark » 29 Jun 2009, 14:43

I was out for a long walk first thing this morning!!!

Unfortunately, the role of a Global Moderator is a very busy one, particularly as I am now the only one!
You'll notice that introducing all these forums has introduced a whole new workload.
I want to get as much sorted out now while I have time and while I'm waiting for lunch to cook! :wink:

Right enough, I've noticed you "viewing who is online" quite a lot as a toggle between pages and the MCP! You should start your own neighbourhood watch on this forum - you're obviously keeping up to date with everyone's comings and goings. :P

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by markymark » 30 Jun 2009, 17:08

dave brum wrote:It's nice to see some activity on here in the daytime, now we've lost Nutroast and Moonlight, our page is starting to become a very lonely place :(

I don't mean to be nosey. I like to see who's about sometimes! Helping Mister Moderator to do his job, hahaha!
School holidays kicked in on Friday so I'm officially a free man for the next two months.

Not sure why everyone seems to have scattered because it's mostly across the forum at the moment.

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by Barrie Heaton » 30 Jun 2009, 19:06

its always goes quiet this time of year the piano trade is dead at the moment, lets face it if the sun is out then most are out in the garden enjoying the cool air not the heat of the computer monitor

that were I am off to with a cold one

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by Gill the Piano » 30 Jun 2009, 20:05

Where have Nutroast & Moonlight gone then? I'm off for 2 weeks stonecarving holiday. Bliss!
I play for my own amazement... :piano;

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Re: Any holiday plans?

Post by kebabselector » 30 Jun 2009, 23:23

Maybe I should a bit more! (had a few busy weeks, all my forum activity has been quiet).

Anyway, holidays. I plan to visit St Ives August/September, so if you want to avoid rain don't visit then!
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