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All Inclusive vs Self Catering

All Inclusive vs Self Catering My first all inclusive holiday was in Corfu, where I went with my friend Jan. We stayed in an Iberostar Hotel and were thoroughly spoilt. The Kerkyra Golf is a large beachfront hotel set in spacious gardens, with three bars and two restaurants; lunch was served in a covered area outside, while dinner was in the main restaurant indoors. The food was absolutely outstanding, with lots of fresh local produce and Greek specialities served alongside the usual chips and pizza. With so many delicious healthy options, we didn’t need to worry about watching our weight, although maybe the lunchtime lagers and evening cocktails made up for it! A couple of years later, we o

Football's Coming Home

Up until a few years ago, I was a die-hard fan of the England football team. Granted I don’t follow any particular team nationally or locally, although I have had flirtations with Liverpool FC (Ray Clemence) and Manchester Utd (Bryan Robson). And I have more recently taken a keen interest in an up & coming ladies football team Yeovil Town Ladies FC. But I have grown up watching football on the TV and do have a pretty good understanding of the beautiful game – enough to be able to see when good football is being played and when it isn’t, regardless of the score-line. One of my football anecdotes relates to an England game in the early 90s, when my friend and I were both watching while on th



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