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It’s getting towards the time of the year when people start trying to think about their plans for the summer (probably just to avoid thinking about exams). The options seem almost endless. Doing something with your family may still be on the cards but what if you feel sufficiently mature to step out on your own? If you do decide to go it alone then what should your holiday involve? In all honesty, if you’re planning on spending long days museum-hopping and longer nights soaking up the local culture then you’re probably kidding yourself. The budgets and tastes of most students mean that you’re probably more likely to end up passed out in a fountain outside a dodgy-looking Irish bar or coming to your senses in an unfamiliar tourist resort with no idea where you are. Even if your holiday doesn’t turn out like an episode of The Inbetweeners, you’ll probably have to do a bit of travelling at some point and the chances are it will be boring. If you’ve splashed out on your tickets then you may have a decent in-flight magazine or some average films to watch, but if you’re flying with a budget airline the boredom may soon start to kick in. On longer journeys, people sometimes resort to extreme measures. Those attempting to join the mile high club should probably be warned that their aerial antics are just as likely to earn them a place on the sex offenders’ register as to help them pass the time.
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