Tag Archives: Perpignan

Jasmine of MAP…our hero in Toulouse

In my previous blog I told my tale of woe of a cancelled flight at the mercy of the incompetent Michael O’Leary and his atrocious airline. The consequences of his actions created a chain of events which were costly and … Continue reading

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We’re all subsidising Ryanair: The O’Leary Myth

I’ve finally realised what it is about Ryanair and Michael O’Leary personally – they have no moral framework to rein in their greed. At Ryanair’s General Meeting last week O’Leary pledged to transform the airline’s “abrupt culture” which he admitted … Continue reading

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Difference as defined by meringue

There’s nothing like a holiday to make you think about where you live. I’ve just returned from a holiday in the Languedoc region of France stopping in a gite. I’ve realised that what I enjoy about France in general is … Continue reading

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Why are French markets great?

  I’ve just returned from two weeks in France. We were in the Languedoc but it really doesn’t matter. Wherever you go in France there are great markets. There is a real danger of this becoming an urban myth – … Continue reading

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