Samoa looks and sounds gorgeous.I cetainly can't recall a bad holiday ever!Hubby and I holidayed in Thailand a few years ago. I felt that Phuket had it all. Shopping if you wanted. Culture, if you embraced it. Extreme sports, if you dared. Dirt cheap pampering, if you wanted. Nightlife, if you were game. Beauty, if you looked for it...You get the idea!I also found out I was finally pregnant while we were there.Our trip to Sabah earlier this year was absolute magic too.Don't mind a spot of camping in WA either though!!:-)
Ooh that's a hard question! So many holidays memories so hard to pick a favourite. But I can see why you like Samoa! :)
we went to Samoa with a 10 month old, in January. It wasn't pleasant. There were bits I loved though. We stayed with someone that lived there so we didn't have the resort experience. I always recommended Aggie Greys when I was a travel agent. I would love to go back when my kids are older
I love that I'm not the only person who regularly day dreams! I found myself awake at 3am the other morning thinking about what I'd do if I won $20mil ... *sigh*. All my favourite holiday memories are by the beach, I'd love to try Samoa.
These all sound great, except for Toushka Lee's. I must admit the resort part made it for us, and we paid for the all-in meal deal, so there were no nasty surprises at the end either. We visited the sister-hotel in Apia, and though it was lovely, I'm glad we chose the resort. Our kids were just old enough to love hanging out part-time at the kids club with other kids, and part-time with us. Which meant we had our first time since becoming parents for grown-up holiday time. I even got to read books by the beach! Bliss.
Sounds wonderful. Makes me want to go there! I could do with a resort experience now (especially one that involved a 'kids club')! x
As you already know by now I loved our cruise & they have three different kids clubs on the cruise for kids for different ages.Can't wait to go on another cruise.(((( Hugs )))) XXXX Kisses XXXX
I am at the stage where I think we'd love a cruise (though I'm a bit scared of sea-sickness and gastro). My teens, especially the male, eat so much, so the buffets sound great, as does the endless entertainment. They are past the kids' club stage now, but I'm sure they would make friends too and I wouldn't feel lonely either. I wouldn't feel lonely with a good book anyway, and even if they make friends, my kids always like to come back and spend time with me. I'm thinking a short one to start off on and see how we go. They seem a lot better value than most accommodation packages, particularly as they include meals and in some cases, soft drinks! Even better.
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