Interested In Advertising? | Contact Us Here
Warning!

 

Welcome to Clean It Up; the UK`s largest cleaning forum with over 34,000 members

 

Please login or register to post and reply to topics.      

 

Forgot your password? Click here

The Big Kahuna

  • Posts: 201
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #20 on: Yesterday at 07:42:52 pm »
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D

Do the council charge you rent if you take a holiday or do they move an asylum seeking family in until you get back? I've never rented, just wondering like.
No, just air bnb it, quids in  :D

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #21 on: Yesterday at 08:11:00 pm »
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D
price higher/work harder!

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #22 on: Yesterday at 08:13:45 pm »
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D

Do the council charge you rent if you take a holiday or do they move an asylum seeking family in until you get back? I've never rented, just wondering like.

i sublet it for 10 days! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D :D :D :D :D
price higher/work harder!

Smudger

  • Posts: 8775
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #23 on: Yesterday at 09:30:12 pm »
Daz - looks like your the one that works the most - everyone else is having masses more holiday than you - better up those prices  ;)

Darran
A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.

www.oddbodscleaning.co.uk

Phil J

  • Posts: 365
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #24 on: Yesterday at 09:35:07 pm »
Take as many holiday's as you can, you're a long time dead Daz!

Dave Willis

  • Posts: 9308
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #25 on: Yesterday at 09:38:47 pm »
I only work 16 hours a week anyway otherwise it messes up my benefits, my pension, six foster kids, carers allowance and disability payments.
I asked a North Korean guy what it's like living there? I can't complain he said.

lozsing

  • Posts: 384
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #26 on: Yesterday at 10:17:27 pm »
I take 3 weeks off every September

why?
so I can travel further into Europe without having to turn round lol

lozsing

  • Posts: 384
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #27 on: Yesterday at 10:19:54 pm »
What is it they say work to live not live for work

Slacky

  • Posts: 1961
Re: anyone ever took 14 consecutive days off from window cleaning?
« Reply #28 on: Yesterday at 11:28:29 pm »
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.
*A HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE - THE SHORT STORY* 'Hydrogen is a light, odorless gas, which, given enough time, turns into people.'

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....
price higher/work harder!

Proud Gammon

  • Posts: 4905
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....

Couldnít pay me to go AI. Too chavvy. Much prefer wandering around finding nice places to eat/drink.
Not just stuck in the same place with a ridiculous bracelet just to order local beers etc.
Each to their own though.

 that's why I didn't vote and why loads of other thickets shouldn't have voted. I didn't know how to vote

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....

Couldnít pay me to go AI. Too chavvy. Much prefer wandering around finding nice places to eat/drink.
Not just stuck in the same place with a ridiculous bracelet just to order local beers etc.
Each to their own though.

the place were staying at is as far from chavvy as you could imagine mate,in places like this its not just local drinks that are included in the AI but all the international brands too....not that it bothers me as i dont drink but my missus does.... 8)
price higher/work harder!

nathankaye

  • Posts: 4081
Sometimes, some people on here have got their heads that far up their own ass, I'm surprised they don't suffocate
facebook.com/1NKServices
1NKServices.co.uk

Proud Gammon

  • Posts: 4905
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....

Couldnít pay me to go AI. Too chavvy. Much prefer wandering around finding nice places to eat/drink.
Not just stuck in the same place with a ridiculous bracelet just to order local beers etc.
Each to their own though.

the place were staying at is as far from chavvy as you could imagine mate,in places like this its not just local drinks that are included in the AI but all the international brands too....not that it bothers me as i dont drink but my missus does.... 8)

But still stuck in the same boring restaurant every night with the same boring value for moneyers.

No thanks.

 that's why I didn't vote and why loads of other thickets shouldn't have voted. I didn't know how to vote

Slacky

  • Posts: 1961
I can't abide hotel food. Take me out of the place and let me taste the locals grub. I go away to taste the place as well as soak up the sun.

Just as well sit under a sun-bed for two weeks if you're not going to absorb the culture.
*A HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE - THE SHORT STORY* 'Hydrogen is a light, odorless gas, which, given enough time, turns into people.'

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....

Couldnít pay me to go AI. Too chavvy. Much prefer wandering around finding nice places to eat/drink.
Not just stuck in the same place with a ridiculous bracelet just to order local beers etc.
Each to their own though.

the place were staying at is as far from chavvy as you could imagine mate,in places like this its not just local drinks that are included in the AI but all the international brands too....not that it bothers me as i dont drink but my missus does.... 8)

But still stuck in the same boring restaurant every night with the same boring value for moneyers.

No thanks.

theres 11 restaurants in our hotel! ;D

gourmet all inclusive is different than the normal AI places.....its adults only so no kids which is great......the food will be outstanding.....the yanks holiday in mexico a lot and they dont put up with bad food/service like some british do.... ;)
price higher/work harder!

dazmond

  • Posts: 17202
I can't abide hotel food. Take me out of the place and let me taste the locals grub. I go away to taste the place as well as soak up the sun.

Just as well sit under a sun-bed for two weeks if you're not going to absorb the culture.

ill go to a cenote and do some outdoor swimming one day and a trip to chichen itza,the rest will be chilling out round the pool,gym and getting my leg over....as well as eating fantastic food every day with no cooking or washing up required.. :D
price higher/work harder!

Gomo

  • Posts: 3216
Don't think I've been to a hotel since I was a kid.

We go abroad at least once a year but always go self catering.

Prefer my own space in a holiday home or villa

deeege

  • Posts: 3026
it looks like ill be having 15 straight days off as i have a short working week before i go to mexico,really looking forward to it....10 days on holiday and 5 days to get over the jetlag! ;D
....and there I was think you were going on a 5 star holiday for a full fortnight ! you disappoint me  :'(

i could only afford 10 days at a gourmet all inclusive hotel with 24 hr room service on the caribbean coast this year...... ::)roll :'( ;D

Daz, room service is called room service because its there 24 hours. Itís there so they can flog your wallet when the restaurants and bars are closed.  Its in all hotels, 1* or 9*, its nothing special.

24 room service is part of the all inclusive so no extra charges in our hotel.... 8)

That's the difference.....

Couldnít pay me to go AI. Too chavvy. Much prefer wandering around finding nice places to eat/drink.
Not just stuck in the same place with a ridiculous bracelet just to order local beers etc.
Each to their own though.

the place were staying at is as far from chavvy as you could imagine mate,in places like this its not just local drinks that are included in the AI but all the international brands too....not that it bothers me as i dont drink but my missus does.... 8)

But still stuck in the same boring restaurant every night with the same boring value for moneyers.

No thanks.

theres 11 restaurants in our hotel! ;D

gourmet all inclusive is different than the normal AI places.....its adults only so no kids which is great......the food will be outstanding.....the yanks holiday in mexico a lot and they dont put up with bad food/service like some british do.... ;)

The above bolded part is good enough reason to avoid holidaying in Mexico imo 😂
"....and it's lend me ten pounds, I'll buy you a drink, and mother wake me early in the morning."