Two mums praised for flying to Lanzarote for the day on £23 flight
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Two mums are urging others to be more spontaneous after they booked £23 flights to Lanzarote for a day out.
You can watch it below:
“Well my weekend's on the up because I’ve just booked a £23 flight to Spain for the day to blow off the January blues - me and the bestie - the packed lunch is made for the kids on Monday and I’ll be back at midnight!” she explained in the first clip.
In follow up videos, the mums - who have seven kids between them - can be seen enjoying a brunch, drinking cocktails on the beach and trying on clothes in Zara.
“Better than a Sunday round Sainsbury’s!” She said.
Urging others to be more spontaneous with their time, the mum added: “Ladies, if you only think you have a day to spare, make it count! You can absolutely do it.
“We got up at 3.45am - we’ve had the best day in Lanzarote. We’ve been in the sea, had three sex on the beach cocktails, been to Zara - what more do you need hun? Book the flight!”
She later added that the pair were back in their own beds by half past midnight.
The mums have been praised for their antics, with hundreds taking to the comments on TikTok.
One person wrote: "Can you imagine saying, see you later kids, just popping to lanzarote I love it."
While another added: "I’m due in 2 weeks and THIS…THIS ladies and gents is the type of Mother I aspire to be. Have a belter."
And a third commented: "Love this idea for me and My best friend... how did you find so cheap? where do you look?"
Meanwhile a fourth called it 'iconic behaviour'.
Others shared their own similar experiences in a bid to inspire others, with one adding: "Did this for a laugh and went to Germany for the day. Sounds cheesey but you just have to see the whole journey as the fun part, not the destination."
And another said: "I did this in October -£38 return flights to Milan! 6am flight pasta lunch in the sun had giant aperol spritz’s & pizza home for 12.30am."