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pilgrim



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Message Posted:
13/07/2009 20:42

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Wish to buy large gas bar be que capable of cooking for 8-10 persons , anyone seen any good deals, coming over at begining of August therefore any private sellers email me.

thanks

p



Brinsley


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Message Posted:
13/07/2009 20:43

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Do a Hangi!



Richard



catalkoykid


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13/07/2009 20:50

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you wont get 1 in the north south only answer 500 euros mutts nuts



pilgrim



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13/07/2009 21:52

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Thanks Guys, will have go over and have a look.



Brinsley


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For that price you may as well find a good Turkish handyman and build a permanent brick one!



Richard



loslobos


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Message Posted:
13/07/2009 22:10

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Yea, I had a proper stone built gas barbe.... the best solution, cost me 500 YTL, will last for years



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
13/07/2009 22:40

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will probably have one built , but was hoping cheaper alternative



bachelibelly


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Message Posted:
13/07/2009 23:51

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Tests your logistical skills to the limit but bought a three burner s/steel trolley bbq with all the bells and whistles weighing in at 63 kgs off ebay in UK for 135 delivered( as mentioned 500 in the south and nowhere to be seen in the north ),took 3 trips and a bit of head scratchin ! Get in !!!!!!



bachelibelly


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13/07/2009 23:53

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PS. hardest part was the cylinder !!!



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
14/07/2009 00:48

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How much baggage excess did you get charged. Got merit.

cheers

P



bachelibelly


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Message Posted:
14/07/2009 01:55

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None, hand held scales ,know your airlines rules regarding weights and sizes,oh and months of planning and packing !!!



kavenkoy


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Message Posted:
14/07/2009 09:00

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there were large gas bbqs in at homestore last week at kajagoogoo



didnt ask prices



kav



rowlo



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14/07/2009 09:42

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bachelibelly, hope the gas never runs out lol.



abacus


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Message Posted:
14/07/2009 09:52

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MY FRIEND HAS GAS B B Q FOR SALE IF YOU LET ME KNOW E MAIL WILL SEND YOU A PICTURE



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
14/07/2009 12:58

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Hi Guys

thanks

Abacus

paulatport@yahoo.co.uk

regards

p



breezyboy


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Message Posted:
15/07/2009 13:36

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Hi Pilgrim,

Just a personal slant on this as we were discussing pros and cons last Sunday.

I have a gas BBQ at home which is great for coming home from work and cooking things in a short period of time.

I have now had a precast charcoal BBQ in TRNC for over a year. I have discovered I enjoy using it more and also for a large BBQ party I can get a better spread of cooking diff items because of its 3 height levels from the charcoal. Also with the gel type lighter aid it only takes 2 glasses of wine to get going...maybe 3!



pilgrim



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Message Posted:
15/07/2009 15:32

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Usually trick family or friends into 'watching' bar be que, while i look after drinks, me included!



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