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I have used Flybe.com on a number of occasions. They are one of the cheaper airlines but are still very good. Iv travelled from different uk airports and staff have always been very friendly and helpfull. I have traveled from the uk to another country as well as from one uk airport to another. You can fly from many different uk airports depending on what part of the uk you live. .The air hostes and hosteses are very presentable, friendly and helpful. The plane itself is very nice too. You can get your useual food, drink and duty free. They are easy to book online and prices are generally quite good. Although like a lot of low cost airlines there are always extras to pay. Usually for your luggage. If your lucky you wont pay taxes and theyl be included in your fare, but not always. I really carnt think of anything to complain about with this airline. Its as good as any other low cost airline.
Im the sort of person who likes my holidays. Especialy abroad. I love the sun. Over the years Iv travelled all over the world. Turkey, Spain, Florida, France etc etc. I have 2 and 3 a year. People ask me how i can afford it when they carnt afford even one holiday a year. Well i save very hard and dont do much else. If i were to book from a holiday broucher and go to a travel agent, i propably wouldnt be able to afford one holiday a year either. But i dont. I aways book online direct with the company. I have used jet 2 on a number of occasions and have never had any problem at all. You can check in on line and If you have no suitcase you dont need to go to the check in desk, you just walk straight to passport control, which saves all the queing. I find the plane to be clean modern and the leg room to be ample. Though the seat belts could be a little larger as i struggle to get it round as im a larger lady. But you can get an extention off the hostess. The staff on the plane are very polite and friendly. You can get food, drinks and duty free like all other airlines. Delays can happen occasionaly but they do with all airlines. Value for money jet2 are excellent and i would recommend them to anyone.
With all the nice weather had, my daughter suggessted having a barbqe. Iv done them over the years but no longer had a barbque anymore to do one. With the british weather being as it is, i didnt really want to go and spend a lot of money buying a new one. Plus i didnt really have anywhere to store it when we werent using it either. While we were shopping in sainsburys we saw the throw away barbque. It only seemed very small but there was only going to be 6 0f us so thought we might manage with it. It was only cheap and there was no coal or anything to buy either. Only thing is you need to have something to sit it on. Lookily we had a small folding talble we could use. My son in law sorted it out. He said It lit very easily and we managed fine cooking every we wanted. Then when we were finished just through it away. Id definately by another one. There only suitable if theres only a few of though.
I bought a george forman for myself about 5 years ago and its the best thing i ever did. Iv never been one for frying food iv always grilled things as Im over weight and need to cut out calories everywhere i can. You can use your grill but you have the hassle of cleaning it all when youve finished, and if you dont you are left with a nasty smell. Theres none of that hassle with a george forman. When youve finished usuing it, you just wipe it clean with a paper towel. All the fat from your food is cought in the plastic tray at the bottom of your george forman, just tip it out and wash and wipe it and put it back. Youve no more greasy food and less calories too. This one is an ideal size for two people. They come in different sizes. I have now invested in a bigger one. I use mine all the time and would recomend it to anyone.
My grandaughter got this baby gym as a present when she was about a month old. She has hours of fun with it. When folded it looks like a little house and is easy to carry, so can easily be taken with you when going out. Shed lay on her back looking at all the toys dangling over her at first then as she got a little older she learnd to grab them. All the toys are removable so that your baby can play with them seperatly. Theres a mirror that my grandaughter loves. Shed stare at herself and as shes got older she has conversations with herself in it. It has a little musical flower that she loves too. Shes likes to listern to it while shes playing. It also helps sooth her to sleep. You can take the top off and lay the mat flat and she can just lay on it and look at everything around her. There are lots of different things on the mat for her to touch now she lays on her tummy. Some rusle some squeek. I think for the price its very good value as it grows with your child, unlike other toys.
My daughter wanted something for my little grandaughter to amuse her. She had grown out of her baby chair wed bought her when she was born that used to have little toys dangling on it. Wed bought her a bumbo chair and tray thinking she could sit in it and watch tv, play with her toys in it and eat in it. But she hated it. We could lay her on her baby mat for a while and shed play or watch tv, but as she couldnt sit up or walk yet things were limited. Id had a door bouncer for my kids when they were little so i suggested my daughter getting her one of them. My grandaughter loved it. You just hang it over the door frame and strap your baby in it. They can bounce away to there hearts content or just sit there and look around at everything going on.. My grandaughter loves hers so much that iv bought her one for at my house too. They are easy to put up and when your finished with it they are easy to take down. They arent bulky either so there easy to store away. Not that ours is away for long as my grandaughter uses hers every day.
I bought my grandaughter this bumbo seat for when she came to my house, as id been told they were really good, and sounded like just what i needed. I could sit her in it when she was watching tv or give her a few toys to play with and she would sit quiet for a while. She had grown out of her bouncy chair that wed bought her when she was born, but as she couldnt sit up yet we couldnt buy her a high/low chair to sit in. We thought this would be ideal to feed her in to, or give her finger food to eat in it and she wouldnt get it everywhere. how wrong we were. We sat her in and she just flopped forward. We tried to lean her back a bit but you couldnt. We gave her a few tries over a period days thinking shed get used to it but every time was the same, shed just flop forward or stretch herself as if she was uncompfortable, then winge to get out. I would suggest that before buying one of these seats you should try your baby in it first, because although it says it supports your baby to sit up it didnt my grandaughter one bit. it was useless. It was a complete waste of money and there not cheap.