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4 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

Yes, they can never steal our memories.

Got lost hiking in Crete back in the early 70s. Wandered into a small hamlet and found the local shop owner spoke English. He found me a bed for the night in the taverna where I learned to play Kseri with the locals. Travelling was fun back then. I'm sure we could fill a thread with traveller's tales from the pre-Covid world just for posterity, because today's kids will never know that sort of freedom.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Got lost hiking in Crete back in the early 70s. Wandered into a small hamlet and found the local shop owner spoke English. He found me a bed for the night in the taverna where I learned to play Kseri with the locals. Travelling was fun back then. I'm sure we could fill a thread with traveller's tales from the pre-Covid world just for posterity, because today's kids will never know that sort of freedom.

Sounds like a great experience.

 

We are going to win this war and will travel again, those of us that have stayed home will appreciate it more. I have this new found interest in exploring Russia.

 

Living in the South West and road/hiking trips to Lakes and Scotland remain the dream for now though.

 

 

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If I want to fly back to Blighty to see family, I can but I need to take a PCR test and pass negative 2 days before teh flight, then wear a mask for 10 hours across the Atlantic, then take another PCR test there and fill out a passenger locator form. What a palava. I can't go back to Japan either. I keep in touch with friends over there and Japan has blocked entry to non-Japanese citizens flying from the USA and the UK.

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18 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

If I want to fly back to Blighty to see family, I can but I need to take a PCR test and pass negative 2 days before teh flight, then wear a mask for 10 hours across the Atlantic, then take another PCR test there and fill out a passenger locator form. What a palava. I can't go back to Japan either. I keep in touch with friends over there and Japan has blocked entry to non-Japanese citizens flying from the USA and the UK.

Pretty sure, don't quote me on it, but testing to come into the UK has now stopped or it will be doing shortly. 

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38 minutes ago, Trufflepig said:

Living in the South West and road/hiking trips to Lakes and Scotland remain the dream for now though.

 

I Know, we don't appreciate Britain & what it has to offer enough.

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

One could enter another EU country that allows entry for the unvaxxed and no residence requirement, but it would require a "test", at the moment 😒 and then travel to Spain. Also making sure of your access to use public transport, if wanting to use it, as in some countries they require vaccination and to have their pass. It is all very complicated, but it can be done. Make sure you study the rules of the countries you are visiting and travelling through,

 

These are some of the current rules on Portugal, full info on link below.

 

If you’re not fully vaccinated

If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test (taken no more than 72 hours before entry) or rapid lateral flow test (taken no more than 24 hours before entry) when you check in for your flight to mainland Portugal. See information on getting a test before entry

Make sure your test is carried out by a trained healthcare professional. Self-administered tests are not acceptable. If you take a rapid lateral flow test, check it meets the standards set out in the EU common list of Rapid Antigen Tests.

If you’re not fully vaccinated and your airline allows you to travel to mainland Portugal without a negative test, you will be denied entry on arrival unless you’re legally resident. In this case, you’ll be allowed to enter but you’ll have to take a test at the airport at your own expense and you will be fined a minimum of €300.

 

If you’re transiting through Portugal

If you’re transiting through Portugal on your way to another country, you’ll need to follow the rules that apply to your vaccination status, even if you’re arriving by air and are staying in the airport (airside).

Further information about transiting through Portugal can be found on the Portuguese immigration service website.

 

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal/entry-requirements

 

 

 

 

What a ludicrous palaver for rebranded seasonal flu with a survival rate of 99.8%!

 

The slippery slope of micro-regulation began before convid, as a response to claimed 'Islamist terror' - iris scans for ordinary tourists back from the Costa Blanca etc.

 

It needs hardly pointing out that 'Islamist terror' was just as bogus as convid, being orchestrated by Deep State forces with handful of mercenaries/nutcases of Muslim origin for decorative purposes.

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Better to fill the petting zoo with pit bulls. They'll do less harm to the kids than the shot will.

 

I went to a zoo with one dog in it, it was a Shih Tzu.

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7 hours ago, Nemo said:

 

Dominating the UK anti-vax community are 13 national networks including the Great Reopening, supported by prominent coronavirus conspiracy theorists such as David Icke – who has claimed that the world is run by a race of lizard people – and Jeremy Corbyn’s brother, Piers.

 

 

 

Http://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/feb/13/uk-homegrown-conspiracy-groups-links-to-qanon

 

The likes of Boris, Macron, Biden, Trudaeu etc. can be discounted for a start from the list of possibilities as to who or what really runs the world, whereas a race of lizard people is still very much in the running.

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4 hours ago, Martin1234 said:

Wonder if I'll ever be able to go back to Spain?

 

I have family over there, but no way I'm getting a jab to enter the country. Hopefully next year the entry requirements will be dropped.

If you don't mind a test before flying and another one when you land you can fly to Gibraltar and walk over the border to La Linea without a vax passport no problem 

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Another day, another vax..it's like potions class with Harry Potter, only much less believable 😁

 

https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/germans-pin-hopes-novavax-moving-needle-among-anti-vaxxers-2022-02-13/

 

Note the quote : "Richter, who has had to take a daily COVID test to teach and learned how to cut his hair by himself, said his main motivation to get vaccinated was freedom. I am not doing it out of conviction, but rather from external pressure."
 

The big headline: 'A JAB FOR FREEDOM'

If you have to get a biological/chemical concoction to be 'free' then you are already enslaved.

There are none so hopelessly enslaved as those who imagine themselves to be free.

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36 minutes ago, Our Anthony said:

If you don't mind a test before flying and another one when you land you can fly to Gibraltar and walk over the border to La Linea without a vax passport no problem 

 

 

People will find a way. Lot of negative posts on here today. Thanks for yours being helpful.

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27 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

People will find a way. Lot of negative posts on here today. Thanks for yours being helpful.

 

I would fancy my chances in a dinghy on the bay of Biscay than having my nose swabbed and getting on a plane with 2 vaxxed pilots.

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2 minutes ago, Trufflepig said:

 

I would fancy my chances in a dinghy on the bay of Biscay than having my nose swabbed and getting on a plane with 2 vaxxed pilots.

Probs better keeping the money in the uk just now Fck these nwo pricks who have rolled over.

buy British spend in Britain Fck them see how that goes in Benidorm 

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