Ponty this year?

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Shaun
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Good effort Wayne but I can't understand be why you haven't popped over to Ponte. πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
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GarydNB
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Yeah, it's not like he hasn't got loadsa money!
Tobe
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...one issue I'm sure is that the British government welcomes you with a 10 days quarantine regardless if you are vaccinated with 2 doses and have a negative PCR test taken in the last 48 hrs.
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Mike_K
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Hi Tobe

It's such unfortunate timing, from Monday you can come to the UK from an Amber listed country (most of the EU including Sweden, but not France) without having to isolate, as long as you're double jabbed and have a negative test result. If Ponty was a just a day later, you could have visited. What a shame :(

Maybe we can do another meeting later in the year?

Mike
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Everything happens for a reason and always for the better...but not always we are able to see it.
As an old pilot but not bold, there is no immediate rewarding in a no go but it might save lives...but you will never know!

Looking forward at any suitable time
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Wise words Tobe. ;)
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Shaun wrote: ↑31 Jul 2021, 13:44 Good effort Wayne but I can't understand be why you haven't popped over to Ponte. πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
Believe me team, it's on my bucket list!!
Cheers,

Wayne
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Tobe wrote: ↑31 Jul 2021, 18:08 ...one issue I'm sure is that the British government welcomes you with a 10 days quarantine regardless if you are vaccinated with 2 doses and have a negative PCR test taken in the last 48 hrs.
Having already experienced one 10 day quarantine, I'm in no hurry to do it again. :o

Further, living in the land of the long white lockdown, neither wifey nor I have had any of our jabs yet, despite being in our mid-60's and she with a known hi-risk respiratory condition. The pro's & con's of living in a geographically isolated island country :?
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Just a quick thank you to everybody who made yesterday "Ponty" meet so enjoyable, but a special thanks to Shaun and Phil who organised it all, without you two there wouldn't be a Ponty. Hopefully, somebody took some photos of it all, for those who couldn't make it? As usual, I got home and realised I'd taken one photo - not much use!
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