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    Fiji, we are currently saving to go their for our first overseas holiday adventure! Sad, I know.

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    I'd go to around America and I'd take my dd. If I could afford I'd also take my sisters.

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    Fly to the UK business class and stay with family for free.

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    I would take my ds on an African Safari. He has been dying to go. I have promised him we will when dd is a little older and I finish my degree.

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    I would hire a camper van and drive round Australia and maybe pick up a couple of hubbers and their offspring on the way :-)

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    The UK, Europe. . Not too fussed, as long as it offers relief from this awful heat.

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    Probably go around Australia .

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    Take my family on a holiday, we've never had a holiday

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    I would let hubby do his dream 4wd trip to cape York, it's his turn for a holiday pick

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    To the uk to see all my family and friends. Show my kids where I grew up! Stay until money ran out.

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