Sandhu - Scotland Gimme a Break


Sandhu - Scotland

Series in which kids take control of the family break. Simran, Parminder and Moneeka are fed up with their family holidays and want a change.


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Welcome to Gimme A Break,

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the only programme that turns the family holiday upside down

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by giving the kids total control.

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On Gimme A Break the kids have all the say.

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They decide where they go, what activities they do

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and most importantly, they're in charge of the holiday rules.

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So let's see which lucky family are about to go on a break

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unlike any they've ever had before.

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Meet the Sandhus. There's 13-year-old Simran,

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11-year-old Parminder,

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eight-year-old Moneeka,

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action man Dad

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and chill-out queen Mum.

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So why do these girls deserve a break?

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Most of the time we go camping. Our parents call it a holiday. We don't.

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He doesn't like sitting down. I don't like doing things.

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Mum and Dad have different ideas for a holiday.

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Mum will lie on a beach and Dad will go hiking up a mountain.

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When we go on a holiday, it's just the same - camping, camping, camping.

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-It's boring!

-When they've been around 40 years, they can complain!

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One of the most frustrating things about Dad is him and his gadgets.

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-I love gadgets.

-He sits down in his camp chair

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with his mate next to him and they get out their phones.

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They're just like, "We should get that laptop, mobile phone..."

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When we're on holiday, it's not just us. We've also got loads of family.

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It would make a big difference if it was just the five of us.

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If we took over the family holiday,

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we'd show Mum and Dad how to have a good time.

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We're kids. We know what we like.

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These girls are definitely well deserving of a proper family break.

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-Ready to call the shots?

-ALL: Yes!

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There's only one way to do it. It's the Parent Promise.

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Please put your hands on hearts and read that out loud and proud.

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We the parents of Simran, Parminder and Moneeka

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hand over control of the family break.

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Are you happy?

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-Yes!

-Whilst you have all of the power, we need to have a chinwag.

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Come on.

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Ladies, what sort of things do you want from your break?

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-Something adventurous.

-Thrills and excitement.

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Action-type stuff. How are you gonna get Mum involved in the plan?

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-A simple thing called a rule.

-I like the attitude. High five for that!

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Armed with all that info, I've set up three cracking holidays

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for the girls to choose from.

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However, they'll need to decipher my cunning clues

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to try and work out what's on offer, starting with Break No.1.

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-I see clothes, I see wellies.

-Simran, read!

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"Take a loch around to find a castle that you must climb!"

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-Loch Ness Monster.

-Scotland.

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These girls are quick, but what about the funny clothes?

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This suit is old like something my grandad would wear.

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-It's got that pattern, that Scotland thing.

-I think it's a Scottish hat.

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It's got Scottish patterns on it.

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-I see something in that climbing frame.

-It's a wig.

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Simran had to go and climb up the castle.

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The first clue we got was this weird wig. We had no idea what it was.

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-It feels weird.

-Like horse hair.

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The second clue was a toy with a little baby seal with binoculars.

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-What if we were on a boat looking out for baby seals?

-Yes, spot-on!

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I just don't get this.

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They nearly got it all. Let's see how they do with Break No.2.

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It's a dragon. We found this dragon and it was guarding a clue.

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-Parminder put on this blindfold.

-OK!

-Turn to the right.

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We had to guide her round the dragon to get to the clue.

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Careful, careful. OK, up a bit... There!

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-Careful, careful!

-Oh, I felt something!

-Yippee!

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-What's the significance of this dragon?

-Careful, you'll wake him up!

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-Wales! On the flag, there's a red dragon, isn't there?

-Yeah.

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DRAGON GROWLS Aaagh!

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Ha-ha! I did warn them!

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"Hop around and ewe will see some other clues

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"as to what this break might be."

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She's already found the first clue.

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-They're either leeks or spring onions.

-Leeks.

-Spring onions.

-Leeks.

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You're almost there, Moneeka!

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Go on, Moneeka! A goldfish face!

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We have one big fish, one little fish. There's a boat.

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We had a chef's hat, then a fish,

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so I think we might be fishing, as well as cooking the fish.

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We might be doing it in Wales.

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They're doing really well, but how will they get on with Break No.3?

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-I see balloons.

-I see balloons.

-Look!

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-You'll all have...

-A craic-ing time.

-On this wet and wild break.

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Anyone know anywhere called Craic?

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-That's orange.

-That's green.

-And white.

-That's white.

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-The colours of a flag?

-I don't know.

-Could be.

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That's right. But of which country?

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-What?

-Boxing gloves!

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In the water we found boxing gloves, a baseball bat and a football.

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-Cos we found them in water, we'll be doing watersports.

-Correct again.

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But what about that destination?

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-Brazil!

-Brazil!

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We could be going to Brazil doing watersports.

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-So how did you find the clues that I set you?

-Frustrating.

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-Break No.1 - where do you think it is?

-Scotland.

-Let's have a look.

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You'll swap campsites for a castle on this amazing Scottish break.

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There'll be seal-spotting aboard a high-speed boat,

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an exhilarating high rope course

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and you'll even meet some local farm animals.

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Mum'll have no time to relax on this coast and castle adventure.

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-What do you think?

-I think it's really cool.

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Even Mum might join in.

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-Break No.2 - where do you think that might be?

-Wales.

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-What might you be doing?

-Fishing.

-Then cooking it with spring onions.

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They weren't spring onions. They were leeks.

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I was right. I told you!

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-No.2 is a cool canal boat break in Wales.

-Cool!

-We were right again.

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You'll be travelling and staying on this beautiful canal boat

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and be jumping ashore for some gorge walking, rock climbing, abseiling.

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You'll learn how to herd sheep

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and attempt to catch your own lunch.

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-Your thoughts, please?

-Pretty cool.

-Really, really cool.

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Onwards, Break No.3.

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-We thought it was Brazil.

-Not Brazil.

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Break No.3 is an action-packed, watersports adventure...

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-in Ireland.

-Ireland!

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On this wet and wild Irish break,

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you'll be sailing, kayaking and even building your own raft.

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With an adventure course and Irish dancing thrown in,

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this is sure to be an amazing family break. To be sure!

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I don't think Mum will like any of the breaks which is a good thing.

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-It means that's what we want.

-Will it be a difficult decision?

-Yeah.

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I'll leave you to it.

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The coolest one is the canal boat one.

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I like the Wales one too.

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I like Scotland the best because you stay in a castle.

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-We haven't said anything about Ireland.

-Ireland is way out for me.

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-The Wales one looks really cool.

-I do really like Scotland.

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It's cool. We've decided. What about you?

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You guys were taking for ever. Which break will you go on?

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-ALL: Scotland.

-Scotland? Consider it booked.

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I'll pop back up during your break, see how you're getting on

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and offer you the chance to win one final treat.

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-# Din-din-din! #

-# Din-din-din! #

-If you pass, the treat is yours.

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-But if you fail...

-# Din-din-din! #

-..Mum and Dad get it.

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No!

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So the Sandhus are off to Scotland,

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but how will Mum cope with all the activities

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and who will win that final treat?

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So let the girls pack for me and Mum?

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I'm not too sure about that.

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LAUGHTER AND SHOUTING

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They're always complaining about me being in black,

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so they'll pack my colourful stuff.

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Mum will hate this. It's going in.

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I might have to do a little sneaky to see how they're doing.

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SCREAMING

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I've got a feeling I'll be living in what I'm wearing for a few days.

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-Definitely the end. Whoa!

-Oh, yeah.

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Whoa! Oh, yeah!

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Good job, ladies. So, with suitcases packed, there's nothing left to do

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but get in the car and head off to the airport.

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Once they arrive, the girls have one last little surprise

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to see if Mum and Dad can guess where they're going.

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-Nasty. Mouldy cheese, isn't it?

-No.

-It's not one of your dad's socks?

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Taste it to see if that helps.

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Eugh! Some kind of meat. Germany?

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-No.

-Take off your blindfolds. It was haggis.

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It's a coast and castle adventure in Scotland.

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I'm going to Scotland!

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I was hoping for a sandy beach somewhere nice and warm

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and instead I get rainy Scotland!

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-Where are you going?

-Scotland.

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Our parents were disappointed when they found out it was Scotland.

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I'll give it a go. Yes, but I'm not OK with it.

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-Enjoy your flight.

-I'll give them a seven. A seven to eight.

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I'll give them a two only because we're staying in a castle.

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Once we start, they'll love it.

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-Thank you.

-They were right. Mum was always gonna be hard to please.

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But I've got a feeling that Scotland may just throw up a few surprises.

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A short plane ride and a shorter drive later

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and they're in Ullapool on the west coast of bonnie Scotland,

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a country famous for its lochs and castles.

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The family finally arrive at their coastal cottage

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and the girls are eager to pick their rooms out.

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-This is mine.

-This is mine.

-This is mine.

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But Mum and Dad are more eager

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to pick through the contents of the suitcases.

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What's this?

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Oh, boxers, excellent!

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My main concern was they won't pack enough underwear.

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I'm looking for my underwear. I was right. I've found one pair so far.

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Only one pair of underpants. I'm a bit gutted about that.

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Marks out of ten for packing? I'll give them seven.

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I'm surprised, but there you go.

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I think they did me quite well, so I'll give them an eight.

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-A general thumbs-up to you girls. Well done.

-High five!

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It's day one of the break

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and nothing like a good brekkie to prepare yourself for the day ahead,

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especially as it kicks off with those dreaded rules.

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-Hello, Sandhu family.

-ALL: Hi!

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I hope you're enjoying the start of your break,

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but it is now time to find out those all-important rules.

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-Mum, Dad, are you ready?

-Let's have it!

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First of all, Dad,

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the girls are tired of your obsession with gadgets.

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Rule No.1 - there will be no gadgets or anything to do with gadgets

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at any time during the break.

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- Like it! - An injustice!

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-MOBILE PHONE RINGS

-Sorry. I've got to take this call.

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Hello...? There's no-one there.

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I just wanted to remind you what you're gonna be missing, Dad!

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Rule No.2. This one's for you, Mum.

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You'll have to take part in every activity, no matter what it is.

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So that means no sneaking off to relax and read your magazines.

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-Oh, no!

-Yes!

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I love sitting and reading my magazines.

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Sorry, Mum, but them's the rules. On to Rule No.3...

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You are not allowed to nag the kids about anything ever.

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Yes, yes, yes!

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I'm your mother. It's my job to nag you.

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If any of these rules are broken, there will be consequences.

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You have been warned. I'll be back towards the end of your break

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with the details about that final treat.

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-In the meantime, enjoy yourselves. See ya!

-Bye!

-Bye!

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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I think the rules are terrible.

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They are an injustice, a travesty.

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Mum!

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With the rules out of the way, the break can finally begin.

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The girls kick things off in style.

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What are we doing in Ullapool?

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We thought we'd start with a nice high-energy rib ride!

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OK, kids, what is a rib ride?

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THAT is a rib ride!

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Oh, that's fast, Mum!

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Mum's going to hate it. Her face said it all.

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I am really nervous. If this is how we're starting,

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I'm scared about the rest of it!

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I expect it to be quite choppy and I expect to get very wet.

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You're not wrong there, Dad!

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Faster!

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Love it! Great!

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-I'd rather have a cup of tea!

-Cheer up, Mum!

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You've got a visit from some friendly faces.

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-They're seals.

-We've found some seals! Four!

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Five! Five seals!

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So, after a successful seal search, they get one final blast

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of some high-speed rib action and head back to shore.

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It's nice that we're all together. We hardly do any activities.

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Mum said it was wicked!

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This is a rip-roaring start. That's for sure.

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It's the second day of the break and after yesterday's exertions

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they head off for farm activities - hanging out with cute animals.

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Surely things will be more to Mum's liking.

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-I'm not an animal person.

-You've never tried!

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I have a dog phobia as well, but I'll give it a go.

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You have to give it a go, Mum.

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These chicks are three weeks old. Keep its wing under your hand.

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-Just hold it gently.

-Cool.

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-They have a little comb on their heads.

-Come on, Mum. Your turn now.

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One hand flat, like that, and the other hand over its wings.

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Yes! Mum, you did it!

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See? It's not that bad.

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After that, Mum starts to enjoy life on the farm.

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Oh!

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-Well, sort of.

-Get him off, please, please!

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-To finish off, they go to feed Jock the horse.

-Wow!

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-He's huge!

-Put your hand out like that.

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There you go. Sorry!

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We've got some carrots.

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Hang on! What's Dad up to?

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So sneaky! Has anyone spotted him?

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- Thank you very much for coming. - What's in your pocket?

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- Just tissue, see? - But I saw you on your phone.

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Dad!

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Well done, Moneeka. I warned you, Dad, so get mucking those pigs out.

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This is what happens when you cheat.

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I can't trust my own children!

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From farming it's on to fishing.

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With a barbecue later that evening, they'll have to catch some dinner!

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This is going to be funny! Look at them getting the waders on!

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These are massive for me!

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What we've got here is a typical trout fishing rod.

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After a short demo, they each step up to give it a go.

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Keep the thumb on the top. Forward!

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Yeah.

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Brilliant! It's more fun than I thought.

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Time's running out! A team effort is required to catch anything.

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So the family wait... and wait...

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..and wait some more.

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Nothing seems to be biting today.

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No luck at the loch, then. With food still needed,

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-they move on to mussel collecting.

-Don't pick the really small ones.

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That's a good size, OK? Pull it off. Brilliant.

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Brilliant!

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With a healthy haul, Rosie teaches them how to clean the mussels.

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That's what attaches them to rocks. It's known as their beard.

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Pull that off. There we go.

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-Done it!

-And, finally, how to shell a prawn.

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Take it apart and gently pull. There's a lovely prawn, ready to eat.

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I've never cracked open a prawn because we get it ready-made always.

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I've really enjoyed this barbecue. I've shelled my first prawn.

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Normally, I eat nothing with eyes!

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-Can I eat this?

-Yes! 'It's just the five of us.'

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It's been very enjoyable.

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I'm having a great time. Don't tell the kids!

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After a good night's rest, they're ready for more action!

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What do the girls have in store next?

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-Any guesses?

-I don't know. Treetop climbing?

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Falling off a bridge?

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-We're doing a high rope crawl!

-What's that?

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Well, Mum, first there's a 50-foot abseil into a gorge,

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followed by a rock climb across the treacherous cliff face

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and then a huge zip line over the river. Phew!

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To face that, you need to be harnessed up.

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The daunting abseil awaits and Moneeka bravely steps up first.

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I'm actually kind of a little bit scared and excited at the same time.

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Well done. Oh. Good stuff.

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Well done, Moneeka!

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-Well done!

-One down, four to go.

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-I don't think she'll go.

-But someone's feeling the pressure.

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-I think she's going to cry.

-That's scary.

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-Good job, well done.

-One by one, they all make it down,

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-until finally it's Mum's turn. Will she be able to do it?

-I'm scared.

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That's it. Brilliant, beautiful. That's the hardest bit done.

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OK?

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-Keep looking at me. Doing great.

-Come on, Mum!

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-That's it!

-Come on, Mum!

-You're doing it, Mum!

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Well done. How was that? That was really, really good.

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I can't explain it. I've never felt terror like it, ever.

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I wasn't sure she would make it!

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Despite that tough start, the hard work continues with rock climbing!

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The worst thing was the climbing. I kept losing my grip.

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I had to rely on the rope. I don't like that.

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In parts, we'd to work together. You couldn't get around it.

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That was a good learning curve.

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-And to finish off, it's that thrilling zip wire.

-Screaming, OK?

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Aaaaiiee!

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Three, two, one!

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Go, go, go!

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Just get it over and done with. Give me a push.

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I'm really glad we did this. Everyone enjoyed it, even Mum.

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As a family, we pulled together and got through it all.

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ALL: Team Sandhu!

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Exhilarated, the family make one final journey to the castle

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to complete their coast and castle adventure.

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When we first arrived at this castle,

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I thought, "We're not staying here, surely." It is beautiful.

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Welcome. We've brought you here to a highland dancing masterclass.

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Before we get started, a special treat for Mum and Dad.

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A special treat? Oh, I see! Check out those kilts!

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Before the kilts are put to good use, a demo of how it's done.

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Right. Let's see what you've got.

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And...you just kick over, then the other side,

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then kick over to face this way...

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The highland dancing was confusing.

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It looked easy, but it was really hard.

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I have never seen my parents wearing kilts or seen Mum in a skirt.

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And obviously I've never seen Dad in a skirt!

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To finish things off in traditional Scottish style,

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the family sit down for an end of break haggis dinner.

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And to keep with tradition, the head of the family toasts the haggis

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and dishes it out.

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This one smells so much better than that nasty one before.

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-It tastes so good.

-I've enjoyed this much more than I thought I would.

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Here's to some more Team Sandhu holidays in the future.

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Cheers!

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This Scottish break is finally coming to an end,

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but there's still that final treat to play for.

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Hello again, Sandhus!

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ALL: Hi!

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I hope you've had an amazing break, but the fun isn't over yet.

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There's one final treat on offer - a thrilling helicopter ride!

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Oh, my gosh!

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A helicopter!

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Guys, you have to answer two out of three questions correctly.

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Get two right and the chopper ride is yours.

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However, if you get two wrong, Mum and Dad snatch that treat away.

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Question number one: which activity was Mum most surprised to enjoy?

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I think it's the farm activities. She hates animals.

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-The fly fishing she enjoyed.

-But she wasn't surprised.

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-OK, so we're going with B?

-Yeah.

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-What's your final answer, girls?

-ALL: B.

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b) Farm activities? Let's see what Mum said.

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The activity I was most surprised I enjoyed was...fly fishing.

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-Oh, no!

-Whoo-hoo! Yeah, yeah, yeah!

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Hard luck, girls. You have to get this next one right now.

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What one word did Dad use to describe the haggis at the airport?

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Ooh, it was...disgusting.

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-No!

-It was horrible. Dad would never say disgusting.

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OK. Sure?

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-Mum said it was disgusting. Dad said...

-It tasted familiar.

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-I can't imagine him saying disgusting.

-Let's take a guess.

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-I need an answer, please.

-b) Horrible.

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-Let's find out.

-The haggis was disgusting.

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-No!

-No!

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-I said it was disgusting!

-We'll wave to you on the ground.

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I am so excited. I've never been on a helicopter before. I can't wait!

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Wow! this is fantastic.

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Absolutely beautiful.

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Wow! Look at that.

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I think the next family holiday will be completely chilling out.

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Mum and Dad are so tired.

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I'll be more inclined to do things the kids want to do.

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I'm so looking forward to my gadgets!

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The show where the kids take over the family holiday.

Simran, Parminder and Moneeka are fed up with their family holidays and want a change. They have three action-packed trips to choose from; they pick their favourite one and decide the family rules. They are completely in control; will Mum and Dad be able to cope?

At the end of the break, the girls have to answer two out of three questions correctly in order to win a fantastic treat. If they get them wrong, their parents win the treat instead!


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