British Woman Claims Benidorm Holiday Was Ruined By Too Many Spanish People

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A woman on holiday in Benidorm claims it was ruined – and I’m not bullsh*tting you here – because there were too many Spaniards.

Let me just run that by one more time just in case you thought you read that wrong, 81-year-old, Freda Jackson, had a terrible time in Benidorm, Spain, because there were just too many Spanish people.

I’m assuming in poor old Freda’s eyes’ the Spanish had no right to be in a city which is part of their country – it brings a whole new dimension to the phrase ‘Britain First’ doesn’t it?

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The fuming pensioner claimed her holiday off the eastern coast of Spain was ruined because her hotel had ‘too many Spaniards in it’, which left her in tears at the end of her two-week trip.

Jackson a retired care assistant, who suffers from mobility issues, claims the Spanish holidaymakers at her hotel were ‘rude’ and nearly knocked her over.

She claims:

The hotel was full of Spanish holidaymakers and they really got on our nerves because they were just so rude.

One evening a Spanish guy nearly knocked me flying and he just walked off without even apologising.

The entertainment in the hotel was all focused and catered for the Spanish – why can’t the Spanish go somewhere else for their holidays?

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She booked her stay at the Poseidon Playa, which is situated on the outskirts of Benidorm in south-east Spain, with a friend in April last year.

Freda, who’s from Blackburn, Lancashire, says the travel agents Thomas Cook recommended the hotel, despite her request for flat ground access. Furthermore, it was located on a slope instead, which didn’t do wonders for mobility issues.

She described how:

One evening a Spanish guy nearly knocked me flying and he just walked off without even apologising.

The entertainment in the hotel was all focused and catered for the Spanish – why can’t the Spanish go somewhere else for their holidays?

Yeah, Freda’s right, why can’t the Spanish have a good time in their own country? The nerve of it. Maybe they should just go to her hometown in Lancashire and have a good time there.

Freda went onto say:

I have never complained about a holiday before – but this one was a disaster from start to finish.

My friend and I paid for it from our pensions and it was a struggle trying to fund it over 12 months and the holiday was totally ruined – I cried after.

We wanted to go somewhere on flat ground and not in the hills because we have mobility issues.

To top it off once we got to reception they told us we had been put on the 14th floor, thankfully we were moved to the second floor, and that it was 42 steps down to the hotel’s swimming pool.

The grandmother of six and her 61-year-old friend paid an excess of £1,133 for their ‘disaster holiday’ and have demanded a full refund or a free trip.

How does this not scream white English privilege?

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