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    hi guys, just got paid and im working through my finances, gotta put sum away for car insurance, gotta put sum away to pay off my holiday and then i came to spending money for my holiday. :confused: theres 8 of us goin to tenerife - all 18 and 17 year olds, just wondering if ne1 else has been on a simular holiday and how much spending money you took. i woz thinking around £600 but to be honest i havnt go a clue. thx guys and gurlz.
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    forgot 2 metion we're goin self catering and drinking alllllllllllllot!
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    £700 for 2 weeks in Malia, though some of my mates survived on about £350-400.
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    go somewhere less "British Holiday" than Tenerife... go to prague or something
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    £700 for 2 weeks in Malia, though some of my mates survived on about £350-400.
    lol i dont wanna survive on bread and vodka the whole week.
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    (Original post by shuvle)
    lol i dont wanna survive on bread and vodka the whole week.
    £700 was plenty to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner, and have money for drinks. And it was A LOT of drinks!
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    better get saving thn, i guess if you take to much u can always bring it bk
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    (Original post by shuvle)
    better get saving thn, i guess if you take to much u can always bring it bk
    Yeah, though I was inclined to spend mine on crap I didn't want/need, 'cos I'm clever like that
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    I lasted on about £300 for a week in Ibiza last year - mind you most meals were liquid ones.
 
 
 
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