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I have 11.
also - what are you going to do with yr remaining holiday?
i don't know as yet
Might go back-to-back with next year's allowance and do Camino di Santiago.
one of which I'm taking off when my girlfriend comes down in a couple of weeks.
Dunno what I'm doing with the other 4.5
I have all of Christmas off as well.
how many days do you get a year?
but that doesn't include the 12 I've got off over the next 6 weeks. HOLIDAY.
have booked another 3.6 weeks (in 3 single weeks and 3 day blocks). have about 4 days left to book.
gonna be chilling at home and going to green man festival with those booked.
Blew my wad in the first half of the year. Might use these between Xmas and New Year. No holiday until Christmas :(
Pushing my luck.
All used to go somewhere really interesting and fun.
And 4 days pre-booked which I've yet to enjoy (girlfriend's birthday in August, and Bestival)
Also get 22nd Dec-1 Jan off at Christmas. New holiday (5 weeks) is replenished on March 1st
Got one day booked in August. Just booked a 5 day holiday in October though so I guess that's where the rest of my jollies are going!
I'm saving some for house moving and maybe a break in the autumn.
After spending virtually all of January on holiday. Couple of weeks, no confirmed plans for them yet. Will go on holiday somewhere.
Sub-thread q: Do you use your annual leave to go on holiday or do something better than the average weekend day off? I always do, as I couldn't bear to waste annual leave on sleeping in until 12 then sitting round in yesterday's clothes all afternoon.
having booked off National ATP, Olympics, Scotland trip but not Christmas or Scandinavia yet
started the year with 36.5
Used so far: 7
Booked but yet to take: 14, all in a nice long row
Left for October onwards: 6
PLEASE BE MORE CLEAR
This survey is flawed.
6 days until the end of september.
I am going to LAVENHAM, the OLYMPICS, GOLFING and that's probably that.
I've got 29 days + 10 public/statutory over that time.