For my safety l think a cruise holiday would be easier though l get sea sickness quite badly ... but lm not the most co-ordinated and hate bugs so that puts me off treking - though a nice walk l can cope with as long as there are many stops along the way!!!
Romantic picnic by the lake with your beloved feeding you strawberries dipped in chocolate or a moon lit wander a long a beach with the sea lapping at your feet with a bottle of bubbly to share! (I really dont know whats come over me being all soppy like this especially since Paul has gone off to Istanbul for a work conference this morning and isnt back till next Saturday GRRR)
a moon lit wander a long a beach with the sea lapping at your feet with a bottle of bubbly to share.
(Heath, you poor lost sole, same on Paul
Bottle of Tequila at a party or Bottle of wine with your other half?
Can l take the bottle of wine to the party? Im not a big fan of Tequila and l cant drink shots they make me gag!!! (The other half can come along if he likes!)
Jase the soppiness has left me - lm more jealous of the fact he gets to go to Istanbul under the guise of work (YEAH RIGHT) and stay in a Conrad! Me l got to Leeds on Wednesday!
Whoops forgot my question
At a house party - stand in kitchen all night guarding fridge with the beer in it or shake your ass on the dance floor (aka lounge!)
[ Edit: Edited at Jun 23, 2006 3:51 AM by Purdy ]
Guard the fridge.
Go jogging or watch the telly?
Out the back up to something
But of the choices, shaking it (or watching the women shaking it more likely)
a Hangi or BBQ?
[ Edit: Edited at Jun 23, 2006 4:16 AM by Jase007 ]
It's food cooked in a pit. the food is wrapped up put into the pit ontop of hot stones (or railway tracks as we used to do it) and buried. It can take up to 5-7hrs for the food to cook (just time for a party) tender as, with all the juces trapped inside.
Its a traditional Maori feast (correct me of I'm wrong). Anyway, since I don't know how its done I'll say BBQ.
Sausages or burgers (on your bbq)
Both. I'll have the sausages done on the BBQ but the burgers done in a Hungi. I always insist that my burgers are done that way, much to the chagrin of many a restaurant manager. I'm barred from most McDonald's outlets in the UK and quite a number in France, Germany and Botswana.
Losing your passport or money on holiday?
Passport - i never carry that much cash
reading a report or writing one?