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    My friend has invited me twice to go on her parents holiday with her and her sister. She is in her 30s and I am in my late 20s. When her mum was talking about the holiday she did not hint or invite me which is fair enough as they wants a family holiday. I feel a bit uncomfortable as we would all be sharing a caravan for a week and I would have to keep folding the bed away and waiting for a shower etc. I am out of work at the moment so don't have much money to spend on holidays. What should I say as I don't want to gatecrash her parents holiday?

    Just say you don't have the money for it, or you're not feeling up to a holiday this year? I'm sure your friend won't be hurt by this
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