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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Jamvic, Aug 8, 2020.
I know someone that didn't !
Recent dictionaries say that it can mean either, e.g.:
a holiday spent in one's home country rather than abroad, or one spent at home and involving day trips to local attractions.
A friend's colleague is getting married abroad, in a couple of weeks. Several staff are going. It will be interesting to see what happens......
We're intending to go to Sicily in mid-September (moved from June). Can't say 3hrs in a mask in a tin can full of other people is cheering me up but meh. If Italy goes on the quarantine list MrL will have to take 2 wks unpaid leave, making it rather a pricy holiday, or they might let him work from home. Or travel to Italy could be banned, in which case we get the money back. 5 weeks is a long time in pandemic terms.
Sicily is lovely
Most flights you don't sit near anyone else. The new normal
If the pilot and co-pilot are going to socially distance, planes will have to be built which resemble hammerhead sharks!
Apparently you can buy a house in some parts to renovate for 2 Euros... was 1...
Sounds great. Things can be done to make things safe and keep businesses going. We have to try but unfortunately, people not following the rules will always be the issue. That tone was set by Dominic Cummings.
Did Cummings stop you following the rules? How could you resist?
What are you on about? Aberdeen is a great city to visit with fabulous architecture, historic buildings and beautiful beaches.
I think nomad should de-wisbeachize that post.
My flight has loads of people sitting near each other. I'm in pretty solitary splendour in a front window seat at the moment.
A staycation , even before Covid, has always meant holidaying in the UK to me.
Are you the pilot?
The key word being recent.
Who remembers the happy, innocent word 'holidaymakers'?
Indeed. Older dictionaries have not heard of staycations.