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Old 05.12.2011, 13:32
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Re: What are you doing for Christmas?

I will be staying in sunny Malta for Christmas (currently 20 degrees). Hubby is arriving from Zurich with a friend on the 23rd and we are going straight from the airport to a party. Christmas Eve dinner will be spent at home, doing hubby's thing, probably followed by a visit to a few bars. On Christmas day we are joining 23 friends at the apartment of one of them for the full works, to which we will all contribute. This year, with Malta being the most social place that I ever lived, promises to be fun. Then my sister and her husband are arriving for the new year.
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Old 05.12.2011, 13:49
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Re: What are you doing for Christmas?

for most of the past 14 years mrs. G and I ( even before she was mrs. G ) would go to our cottage in Cornwall to spend Christmas with her family.. mother , father, auntie ( and her brother and his family would also come down from London ) but one by one father, mother and auntie have slipped away and now Cornwall is just too far to travel ( and our beloved cottage is up for sale )

Last year we went to Rye, Sussex and had a marvelous time there, bro-in law came down for a visit and of course we met new friends and had a 'wee pint of ale or three.

that is booked for a repeat this year... with an after Christmas stop in Eastbourne to visit friends there and then on to Brighton for a little New Years do.
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Re: What are you doing for Christmas?

ill be sitting on a beach in Malaysia
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Re: What are you doing for Christmas?

Eldest daughter + OH and our grand children coming over from UK - hurray. Hoping for plenty of snow.

Then off to sunny TÚnÚrife (thanks EasyJet fro new route from Basel) to visit our youngest and partner - and some sun.
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Re: What are you doing for Christmas?

I cant wait for this year our first xmas in ch. MIL and one of my sisters are coming over.. its our youngests first ever xmas and we are taking all the kids to rochers de naye to father xmas house and down to caux to the village on xmas eve then big dinners and wine and then my MIL goes home my sister in law and her hubby and kids come out and stay for new year

Hope everyone has a good holiday, xx
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