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Postby kurupetos » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:40 am

The first thing you should do once u arrive in Coral Bay, is take your car and drive all the way to Protaras. :) Happy driving! :)
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Postby RichardB » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:41 am

kurupetos wrote:The first thing you should do once u arrive in Coral Bay, is take your car and drive all the way to Protaras. :) Happy driving! :)


Sums it up :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby kafenes » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:47 am

I think you should stay home, go to school and learn English.
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Postby RichardB » Tue Apr 07, 2009 12:48 am

kafenes wrote:I think you should stay home, go to school and learn English.


ouch :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:43 am

I stayed in Coral Bay a few years back with the family including my then 3 year old granddaughter , had a brilliant time , I hate night clubs and all the bloody noise , love a good meal and a fine bottle of wine . The Coral bay hotel provided entertainment for kiddies and fantastic food , plenty of sun and lovely scenery, a thoroughly civilized place to relax and unwind.
Night clubs are plentiful in the UK why go to Cyprus and search for them.
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Postby Z4 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 3:14 pm

miltiades wrote:I stayed in Coral Bay a few years back with the family including my then 3 year old granddaughter , had a brilliant time , I hate night clubs and all the bloody noise , love a good meal and a fine bottle of wine . The Coral bay hotel provided entertainment for kiddies and fantastic food , plenty of sun and lovely scenery, a thoroughly civilized place to relax and unwind.
Night clubs are plentiful in the UK why go to Cyprus and search for them.


A refined gent miltiades!!

Can you make the £ better against the Euro please? :)
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Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:30 pm

Z4 wrote:
miltiades wrote:I stayed in Coral Bay a few years back with the family including my then 3 year old granddaughter , had a brilliant time , I hate night clubs and all the bloody noise , love a good meal and a fine bottle of wine . The Coral bay hotel provided entertainment for kiddies and fantastic food , plenty of sun and lovely scenery, a thoroughly civilized place to relax and unwind.
Night clubs are plentiful in the UK why go to Cyprus and search for them.


A refined gent miltiades!!

Can you make the £ better against the Euro please? :)

Some weeks back I predicted the rise of Stg to about 1.20 euros , alas it has not as yet reached this level , it is now as we speak 1.11 . I believe Stg is grossly undervalued , the pound has taken a hammering in view of adverse comments by prominent financiers not least the man himself George Soros.
I should still hold on to Stg the inevitable rise will occur just a little patience is required.
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Postby purdey » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:02 pm

In fact it went down Milti. I still think you are flogging a dead dog. Maybe at the end of the year we may something upwardly mobile, nearer the 1.20 mark.
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Postby Z4 » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:46 pm

purdey wrote:In fact it went down Milti. I still think you are flogging a dead dog. Maybe at the end of the year we may something upwardly mobile, nearer the 1.20 mark.


No he's not! :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 07, 2009 9:20 pm

purdey wrote:In fact it went down Milti. I still think you are flogging a dead dog. Maybe at the end of the year we may something upwardly mobile, nearer the 1.20 mark.

Stg indeed went down to levels beyond what most experts predicted. Funny old game the exchange one , I still firmly believe that stg is grossly undervalued , it might be that the so called interest rate reduction , which in reality it has not gone down at all in fact if anything only savers interest has gone down along with mortgage interest . The Banks , Credit card operators , Financial institutions , Leasing etc have all risen sharply so the plonkers at the bank of England might realise that the reduction on "paper " of the interest rate has had a negative effect on the economy.
Bank overdrafts for small businesses are costing on average about 12% which represents a mark up by the banks of 2400 % !!!!
Stg is at a disadvantage against the Euro because our financial administrators are hopelessly inadequate.
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