what do you look for when choosing a holiday destination
October 2, 2007 7:57am CST
In the U.K. planning an outdoor holiday can be problematic with the weather so very unreliable. I love to be able to top up my tan, also swim as much as I like whilst on holiday. Therefore, there are 2 choices facing me: book a foreign country where there is a strong probability of sun-worshipping and swimming in the azure blue sea, or holiday in this country at a roofed-in holiday complex. I have done Center Parcs (in the past) where I have been able to go in the tanning suite, and enjoy the pool and chutes/rapids facilities. Personally, I prefer the foreign locations with the burnished sands, but financially and environmentally speaking, I do not believe this is the answer all the time. What about other peoples' views about selecting their holiday spot/holiday itinerary? And do you believe we could make a difference by cutting down on air travel?
3 Oct 07
once a year or once in every two years, depending on your financial status, treat yourself an out of the country holiday. if you like sun, beach and sand i suggest you come here in the philippines and see boracay. it isn't that expensive, except for the airfare. if you also like scuba diving and mountin trekking we have it here.