Luxury Asia triple-centre, Kuala Lumpur, west coast Malaysia & Dubai - save 27%
You will start your holiday at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur where you will stay for three nights in a Deluxe Premium city-view room.Then you will fly to...... more
You will start your holiday at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur where you will stay for three nights in a Deluxe Premium city-view room.Then you will fly to Langkawi and transfer to the Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort. Here you will stay for eight nights in a Lakefront room.Finally you will fly to Dubai and transfer to the Park Hyatt to spend three nights in a Park room. Here you will receive a spa voucher worth 100 AED per room. Also included here is a complimentary upgrade to the next room category for stays between June and August (subject to availability).Breakfast is included throughout.This offer is available for departures between May and October 2014 and is based on two adults only.Flights are included from London Gatwick to Kuala Lumpur. 7kg hand luggage and 30kg hold luggage allowance per person is included, as well as private airport transfers and internal flights.The discount:We advertise this offer at up to 25% off. We calculate this discount percentage based on the rates we offer compared to the supplier's online rate. An example of our top discount is:On 08/09/2014, (leaving from London Gatwick), two people may book the holiday (inclusions as noted above) and will pay £2099 per person, per stay, compared to the supplier's online rate of £2,799 per person, per stay. Based on this calculation, by booking with Secret Escapes, you will save 25%.The discounts, price and availability stated above were checked on 02/04/2014.The offer is 100% non-refundable and date changes are not possible once the booking has been made.Secret Escapes is acting as an agent for THG Holidays with ATOL number 9528 and your contract is with that company. You'll find contact details for THG Holidays in your booking received email.
Hendon Football Club: The First 100 Years - David Ballheimer
Hendon Football Club is one of the most famous names in non-league football. This club history marks their first 100 years. It covers from their early days as a...... more
Hendon Football Club is one of the most famous names in non-league football. This club history marks their first 100 years. It covers from their early days as a junior team before the First World War to their development in senior football in the Athenian and Isthmian Leagues. It also recalls the team's Amateur Cup Final triumphs at Wembley Stadium, Isthmian and Athenian League championships and famous exploits in the FA Cup, including their remarkable 1-1 draw with Newcastle United at St James's Park in 1974. There are also profiles of the club's famous players, including Laurie Topp, Bill Fisher, Miles Spector, Jimmy Quail, John Swannell, Rod Haider, Peter Deadman, Iain Dowie, Junior Lewis, Gary McCann, Freddie Hyatt and Bontcho Guentchev. Based on six years' research, with a comprehensive records section, and well illustrated, this book will be of interest to all Hendon supporters, past and present, and followers of non-league football. The authors, David Ballheimer and Peter Lush, are life-long followers of the club.
Advantages: great for fans of boy bands and the like Disadvantages: Miming, backing tracks, over priced and under toileted
...ound Lydiard Park.
The Party In The Park is a 3-day ‘extravaganza’ (absolutely not) with Classical music on Saturday and the most famous people Swindon can find on Sunday, which was the day I went.
So, yesterday at this poor excuse for a festival there were a couple of disgustingly unscary fair rides, horrifically overpriced, undercooked chips/burgers/nowt for vegetarians and vomi...
Advantages: Good, cheap food, staff very patient Disadvantages: none
...another. If you know Dundee, it?s just off the Kingsway via the same roundabout that you?d use to get to Camperdown Park, but instead of heading off to the right to Camperdown you go left into Lochee (swap that round if you?re heading in from the other direction). You?ll see the place on the right hand side if you come in from that roundabout; it?s a white building and they have a sign on a big post...
Advantages: A brilliant page-turning read. Disadvantages: Cannot think of any
...ome extremely funny moments from the 2 of them. Like other Jill Mansell books, there are a lot of characters involved - many of them colourful - but it is predictable in places. It's not a case of if the guy's going to get the girl but when! This is a real feel-good book - as all Jill Mansell's books are so there is a happy ending. Quite a sad thing does happen throu...