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Beaches Do you have a favourite beach? Know of any activities on specific beaches?

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Old 27-08-2005, 08:25
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Default Para sailing

When I was in PP a few weeks ago with my daughter she decided her and her friend just had to try para sailing! :eek
Having tried it in Thailand and vowed never again ,I sat on the beach with my friend (it was a girly week!) and we watched nervously. They went up.. and up... an up and then came down ..and down..and down ..for a dunk in the sea!..and then went UP..again!

I have to say they got their monies worth and they said it was brilliant and the view of the bay was fantastic.. but what did they think the best bit was?....the guy driving the boat She has told her sister all about it (him!!) and they are saving their euros for another go when we return next week

Me, I'll be sitting on the beach..soaking up the rays with a good book..that does it for me 8)
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Old 28-08-2005, 00:24
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Oooh I LOVE parasailing. Any idea how much this was debz? I got hooked on this a few years ago and can't resist doing it whenever I see it. Most expensive place I did it was in Hawaii, I think that was about $30 but still worth it!
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Old 28-08-2005, 00:24
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Have a great time Debz, need any reading recommendations??!!:rollin
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Old 28-08-2005, 05:44
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Hi Linzzzz

I will need to check with daughter as I think it was either 35 euros but could have been 35! I think she would have paid double that if only to see the really 'fit' (her word) guy on the boat

I'll get back to you .. or does anyone else know how much it costs?

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Old 28-08-2005, 09:08
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No worries if ya can't mate, guess I'll find out for myself when I get there. Mind you, 35 Euros or pounds sounds a bit steep to me. But if he's the only bloke there guess he can hike the price up a bit (maybe he charges more for the extra "eye candy")
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Old 29-08-2005, 06:48
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Nigel and the boyz went para-sailing twice whilst we were in PP - they enjoyed it tremendously but can't really comment on whether the guys running the boat were gorgeous or not - if it was the multicoloured para-sail that goes out from the beach and also does do-nut and banana boats - the skipper is called Christian.
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