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  1. Odessa Dawn's Avatar
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    "You can BYO when you DIY"



    An added joy of doing it yourself is that youíre not confined to camp between game drives Ė you can cruise all day, stopping to refuel at different rest camps as you go.
    And, because you can BYO when you DIY, you donít have to worry about taking out a loan every time you want a beer.
    More: Cheap safari holidays in South Africa: Hire your own car and cook your own food so you can see the big five for less - Mirror Online

    Does "You can BYO when you DIY" stand for/mean you can bring your own (goods) when you do-it-yourself?

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    Re: "You can BYO when you DIY"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post


    An added joy of doing it yourself is that you’re not confined to camp between game drives – you can cruise all day, stopping to refuel at different rest camps as you go.
    And, because you can BYO when you DIY, you don’t have to worry about taking out a loan every time you want a beer.
    More: Cheap safari holidays in South Africa: Hire your own car and cook your own food so you can see the big five for less - Mirror Online

    Does "You can BYO when you DIY" stand for/mean you can bring your own (goods) when you do-it-yourself?
    Yes.

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    Re: "You can BYO when you DIY"

    BYO generally refers to alcohol which makes sense because the piece goes on to say that you don't have to "take out a loan every time you want a beer".
    In the UK at least, a bottle of wine in a restaurant will set you back approximately £15. At BYO restaurants, you can pop to the local supermarket or off licence and buy a bottle for under £5, take it to the restaurant with you and enjoy it with your meal, saving £10!
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Re: "You can BYO when you DIY"

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    saving £10!
    Minus corkage in some places.

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