which is your favorite holiday spot?

@chinniR (661)
India
September 5, 2008 11:21pm CST
Hi... Whenever i used to get my holidays i used to go my native place. I like to hang out there with my cousins and that has always been my favorite holiday spot. so where do you spend your holidays and which is your favorite holiday spot?
8 responses
• India
10 Sep 08
hi chinni.. my favourite holiday spot is erode.. i completed half of my schooling in erode and for me almost its my birthplace and i will always go there during my holidays.. their my uncle and aunt are there and i will stay in there house and visit many places.. i feel very happy while staying there
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@chinniR (661)
• India
11 Sep 08
thanks for sharing vinesh
• India
9 Sep 08
actually i dont hav a fav spot....any place is my fav spot if my family is with me.....if they are with me...even inside the home it will be a great holiday spot....but if am alone...which s very rare thing i will opt to go to my home town....n enjoy there.
@chinniR (661)
• India
10 Sep 08
thanks for your response.
@swarnali (30)
• India
7 Sep 08
If one is staying outside his native place, surely its a good place to go for holidaying, nostalgic also. I personally like to go to mountains and forests. I like sea shores less attractive. The reason is you stay on a shore town for more than two days, you will get bored, same scene again and again, one after another wave coming and going back. On the other hand, you go to mountains, the same spot is seen different from each turning of the spiralling roads. Or the forests, ahhhh!! I understand everybody will not agree with me but thats what I like. swarnali choudhury www.internetearningways.blogspot.com
@chinniR (661)
• India
10 Sep 08
ya most of them won't agree cause beach is a place which is liked by most of them. even personally i like the beach better than the mountains. but it's cool that you have expressed what you feel and what you like.... happy mylotting. thanks for sharing!
@sumiirajj (1983)
• India
6 Sep 08
I love to go to kodaikanal ,a hillstation in India.Howmany ever times I go there I dont feel bored.We go there every year and spend atleast 2 days there.Its a calm place and not much crowded too.I love the weather and nature there.Thanks for sharing.happy mylotting.
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@chinniR (661)
• India
6 Sep 08
hi sumiirajj. i have also visited kodaikanal with my friends. it is indeed a wonderful place. i enjoyed a lot there
@riyasam (16582)
• India
6 Sep 08
when i was a child,i liked to go to my native place to hang out with my cousins,but now i would like to go on beach with my favourite book.
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@chinniR (661)
• India
6 Sep 08
hey riyasam thanks for sharing!
@mykmari_08 (2466)
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
Christmas is the longest holiday season here in our country. Every Christmas time, we used to always attend the family reunions happening in the province; particularly consisting of relatives in my mother's side. Until now, it's still a tradition in our clan. But sad to say, ever since I got married, our holiday seasons are spent and divided between going to my parents and to my in-laws. Say, if we celebrate Christmas with my parents, we'd certainly be with my in-laws during the New Year. I find it quite more expensive and exhausting since me, my husband, and our daughter make a lot of trips to and from her grandparents. For this holiday season, I have a feeling that it will be quite different because I guess by that time, either I'm totally displaced from my present job or we're going to be so busy wrapping up the business. So, I still haven't made any plans for this year because I'm still not sure of what's happening next in our lives, because of this status of my job. All my life it's been so hectic during these times in our families. I do hope that someday, when we finally have our own house and parcel of land in the province, we'll be able to spend some solemn family time with only me, my husband, and our daughter during Christmas. Or for a change, it could also be that our relatives will be the ones to visit us in our own house during holiday season. Regarding a favorite holiday spot, you might think it's funny and strange but I have to admit that I'd like to spend more time with my in-laws during holiday seasons. It's not that I don't like seeing and being with my parents and my own relatives but for one, the sceneries and life over my in-laws' place is more refreshing and slow; it's country living over there. I could spend more restful days with them; unlike in my parents' place, it's a city and much congested not only of pollution and people but also of happenings which I think, sometimes we get to loose the concentration on the real meaning of holidays which is bonding together with the family. The focus usually is more on who earn and gives how much and what material gifts they give.
15 Sep 08
hi,when i was in school i used to visit my native, but now my favourite spot is Elliots beach...........i used to visit often atleast five days a week....
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@divinchris (2449)
• India
10 Sep 08
My favorite holiday spot is Sentosa Islands in Singapore.I missed an opportunity of going there as I was having my exams.That was really a bad occasion my parents went to Singapore,but I could not go.I missed it a lot.Hope in the coming days I will go again.God Bless everyone who loves traveling.
@chinniR (661)
• India
11 Sep 08
thanks for sharing!