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Old 02-05-2008, 11:06
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Northern Ireland
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Default what should I pack ?

A quick question for anyone in PP at the moment. Just packing for Monday and wondering what the evening weather is like,should I include rugby shirts jeans etc? I dont want to include too many heavy items as luggage allowance is 20 kgs. Although Belladonna`s idea of snuggling up in Los Zarzales to keep warm is very appealing.
grateful for any opinions.

Regards Tanya
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Old 02-05-2008, 20:04
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is there nobody can tell this poor girl what clothes to bring, plus i,m coming next week and i would like to know. gpm
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Old 03-05-2008, 16:04
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We came back last weekend. As far as the evenings are concerned, they were far milder than I had expected. According to the various weather channels, it was supposed to go down to 10-12 degrees at night, but we have a temperature gauge on our balcony (shielded away from the sun) which never went below 15. Certainly cool enough for a light jacket, but I don't think woollies are needed any more.
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Old 03-05-2008, 17:33
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Cheers Sandy,
Last May and October past were very cool at night and we were glad to have our sweatshirts. I am so pleased it is mild in the evenings at the moment and we wont be needing those "winter woolies".I was checking weather forecast online but you hear the truth from someone who is there.

Rgards Tanya

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