Most unforgettable vacation of your life

@bryanski (497)
Philippines
August 24, 2008 7:43pm CST
We all deserve some vacation because of the busy life we have. So do you guys got to get a chance to have a great vacation just even once? My most unforgettable vacation was when my family and grandparents went to visit my aunt in Hong Kong. That was memorable of course because it is Hong Kong! It is a favorite vacation destination and it is a whole new culture for me. We visited Disneyland and many other cool spots in the place. We also went to China but only for a day. That was so fun and to think I missed school for days just to go on that trip. How about you, what is the most memorable vacation that you ever experienced and enjoyed? :)
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• Philippines
25 Aug 08
i haven't gone through a vacation... i never ride a plane or a boat. i just stay in our house watching beautiful pictures of places. but still i am dreaming of a dream vacation maybe in disneyland... ahehehhehehehe
@bryanski (497)
• Philippines
26 Aug 08
Well seeing the beautiful places in the world could also be good. It is all in the mind. Anyways, achieve your dream of going to Disneyland! Have fun!
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@pkraj111 (2459)
• India
25 Aug 08
Once I ve been to a friends village. That is a place far away from the normal life, located in a jungle. Nearest bus stop is 5 miles away, so we had to walk all the 5 miles from bus station to village. I thought the villagers might be unhappy that no facilities are available . But later found they want to keep it that way, one of the villagers told me they dont want all the corruption, hate of the world to enter their lives. Thats the reason they donot allow direct communication with the outside world. Only recently they are sending some children out of village for education. Those are the most exciting 15 days of my life
@bryanski (497)
• Philippines
25 Aug 08
Wow you must be thrilled. We are used to living in a world of convenience and we think we wouldn't manage without our facilities. But there are people really who stayed to their roots and lived without the help of innovations. Good that you really appreciated how they run their lives in the simplest of ways. I'd love to try that kind of experience too since there a lot of tribes in our country. Thank you!
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@kellys3ps (3728)
• United States
25 Aug 08
The best vacation we ever took was on our honeymoon. My hubby and I took the 3 older boys to Orlando to go to DisneyWorld. It was an absolute blast!
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@bryanski (497)
• Philippines
25 Aug 08
Wow, I have tried Disneyland Hong Kong and it was absolutely great, I wonder how fun would DisneyWorld be... Hmmm... Hope to try that place someday! Thanks!
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@blanne (174)
• Philippines
25 Aug 08
Mine was when we went to Bohol during the last holy week. It was really fun and to think it was my very first time I went outside of my birthplace! It is a relief to think that I have finally gone out of Cebu. Anyway, it was also at that time when we were so busy in school. I had an entire script to memorize and some other things to do. I was even confused whether I should really go or not. And I'm glad that I decided to go. Bohol is really clean and silent, which really shocked me because I was so used to seeing dirt and hearing noise here in Cebu. I was also happy when we went to the famous Chocolate Hills. I never knew a thousand of those hills existed. And they really looked like chocolates. We also went to several beaches there and the sand was really nice and white. In fact, we brought some for my father to see (he did not go). Another thing that made that vacation memorable was because we finally got the chance to meet the parents of my sister's fiance. His father was a retired policeman and I was amazed he doesn't possess a huge tummy. :p
@bryanski (497)
• Philippines
26 Aug 08
Bohol is a very nice place because of its cleanliness and also its peaceful surroundings compared to the major cities of the Philippines. I have been there when I was younger and it was a satisfying experience because going there is like unwinding from the fast-paced movement of the urban life. Thanks for sharing.
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