Comments for en-gb 30 Sun 01 Feb 2015 08:17:45 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at davmcn LS 13, Possibly indelible. Fri 24 Sep 2010 09:02:52 GMT+1 jonnie Lovely Photo's - BigSister! I'd trade that climate in for Bournemouth like a flash!Do they have Guesthouses there in an Edwardian style I wonder? Fri 24 Sep 2010 00:20:49 GMT+1 Redheylin Doctor Dolots - I request the removal of your comment on Roma the other day. Hope you do not mind; it was straight racism with no other content. Thu 23 Sep 2010 20:14:26 GMT+1 Redheylin So - we may comment about rhubarb and adventure holidays but not about news content - is that it?Very good. How much does one need to like turmeric to get along there? Thu 23 Sep 2010 20:11:34 GMT+1 Lady_Sue DocD@9: your idea of "sunshine and heat" might be rather different from mine (am Ozzie, don't forget). Not a lover of sand based holidays - rather more into culture combined with warmer climes. Sunshine always good but did you get to temperatures of a (IMHO modest) 25C or above? Doubtful. As for "uneatable" did you mean "inedible"? Thu 23 Sep 2010 20:06:22 GMT+1 Beresford Campbell I had a wonderful holiday in Iraq whilst serving in the British Embassy in Baghdad, 1970/71. A small group of friends drove up to the Kurdish region in the North, with overnight stays in the small hotels attached to railway stations en route. The scenery was magnificent, the people friendly and there were no other tourists! We visited Erbil, Mosul and Sulimaniyah. Happy memories! Thu 23 Sep 2010 16:45:00 GMT+1 davmcn Off to France again this year. Probably the Door-dog-knee. Thu 23 Sep 2010 16:12:11 GMT+1 needsanewnickname Well, yes, I would like to go back to Iraq. But not now. Perhaps never. Thu 23 Sep 2010 15:33:39 GMT+1 DoctorDolots 8. Sunshine and heat? We've had a pile of that even in Scotland this year. Trouble is, too many think a holiday must be spent irradiating the body preferably while lying on a bed of sand, no matter that white skin can be badly damaged by it, and sand makes sandwiches uneatable. Thu 23 Sep 2010 14:12:17 GMT+1 Lady_Sue DD, holidays in UK all very well unless you crave some sunshine and heat and don't want to risk spending your precious fortnight shivering away somewhere cold and wet. I did work for the BBC once-upon-a-time, DD, never got the chance to do such exciting things though. Thu 23 Sep 2010 13:01:58 GMT+1 DoctorDolots 2. First you join the BBC Sue, then other people pay for your holidays. We do get to look at the pictures though... Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:52:10 GMT+1 U14519596 Ecotourism, an oxymoron of the first order! Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:44:41 GMT+1 U14519596 4. DoctorDolots"talk about having visited in Hamsptead dinner parties."and remark that 'it's not spoiled yet, but you can see the signs....' Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:42:58 GMT+1 DoctorDolots We should all be planning to holiday in the UK. It not only reduces out carbon footprint, but also supports British business, and keep money in the country. What's attractive about sand dunes and a river with barely any vegetation or wildlife? But no surprise a journo luvvy thinks Kurdistan is a groovy place to talk about having visited in Hamsptead dinner parties. Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:23:25 GMT+1 Big Sister I'll take your word for it, Eddie, but it's all a bit too arid for my taste. However, there are places in Iraq that would attract me ... Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:21:44 GMT+1 Lady_Sue How much do these guys get paid to take holidays and report on them? Where does one apply? Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:20:29 GMT+1 morseman Holidays in boats? Beware! Remember 'Three men in a boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)'... Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:16:26 GMT+1