Road Trip - Ireland Style

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Bog standard logitech webcams, but 54g on the car laptop,(roof mounted anttenna) pus another pc will be in the car for storage/for the other webcam, so if you've got a laptop you could stream stuff off from my car,

Heard of a rolling roadblock......Rolling network:p
 
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Got any PMR units? I have 2 basic ones but they eat batteries pretty quickly, even on standby :(


Originally posted by JediFragger
I'm still up for it, what we totalling at now - 5 cars?

jF


4 Cars, I'm now sharing with Dangerous


So its...
Dangerous (+ Me)
Austinpowers
Gilly
JediFragger
 

Jez

Jez

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Why not take the FTO :eek: I'd have thought you would jump at the chance to thrash that thing round ireland?
 
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I wasn't sure if I wanted to take it or not, but since both me and Dang were looking for passengers to save on money thought I might as well.


Will just have to wait for Europe 2005 ;)
 
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Originally posted by chenko
That to me or Jez? I'm going with Dang, thought you would have picked that up from last night :p

So you spend £5k on a fantastic new car just ripe for some thrashing, and then leave it home.

Bizarre. Why didn't you just buy a Fiesta.
 
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Originally posted by [TW]Fox
So you spend £5k on a fantastic new car just ripe for some thrashing, and then leave it home.

Bizarre. Why didn't you just buy a Fiesta.


Who says I have to thrash it? thats totally opposite of what id care to do.

We're not all like you fox ;)
 
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Originally posted by chenko
Who says I have to thrash it? thats totally opposite of what id care to do.

You know what I mean. You are going on a driving holiday, have just bought a great new car thats suitable for it, and....

... leave it at home :p
 
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Originally posted by [TW]Fox
You know what I mean. You are going on a driving holiday, have just bought a great new car thats suitable for it, and....

... leave it at home :p

I know, I would love to take it :( but any chance to save money is good for me atm
 
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Originally posted by [TW]Fox
You know what I mean. You are going on a driving holiday, have just bought a great new car thats suitable for it, and....

... leave it at home :p

Hehe, exactly, there's not a chance in HELL I'm leaving the Type-R at home for this jaunt - Expensive or not ;) :p :D

Si
 
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Gilly

the number you gave me isnt working, and irishferries dont handle this as the promotion is run by the other company, should be lan(d?)sdown or something, printed on it, i did ask you for the information when you gave me the other stuff. I tried to get a number from 192 but there is nothing.
 
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Ok everyone, im about to book the ferry for me and Dave, just want to double check the times are ok...


www.stenaline.co.uk

Outgoing Date/Time
Sunday 3rd Oct 14:30 (Arrival 17:45)

Incoming Date/Time
Friday 8th Oct 21:15 (Arrival 00:30)


A car is £154, it is £173 with an extra passenger.
 
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