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Old 24 February 2007, 08:56   #41
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[QUOTE=Louise;53640] 1. Fort Clonque, which is managed by the Landmark Trust and can be rented as a holiday home (sleeps 13 - anyone for a cruise to Alderney??).

12 of us stayed at Fort Clonque, You wont regret it. All you need is loads of booze, food and humour. Got some great photos of some interesting moments.
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All you need is loads of booze, food and humour. Got some great photos of some interesting moments.
Should we anticipate seeing them, or was that just a tease?

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Due to digital technology the best had to be deleted the following day
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Just for you jky...............
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Ah yes... always the sign of a good party... Destroy the evidence!

Is the joint in the photo, the place you rent? It looks amazing...
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Yes, this is Fort Clonque.
It is joined to the "mainland" by a causeway built by the Germans during the war.
It can be covered at high tide, which makes coming back from an evening in the pub interesting-especialy as there are no street lights (indeed, there are no streets-just an unmade, mud "way") and its a long way from any other building.
Of course, in the summer, the mud dries. Ha Ha.
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