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whats the best country to go to on holiday

hulya Avatar
9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
ok where would you guys on on holiday and why?
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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#1
not to forget the ladies i meant guys as in all of us:-D
#2
New Zealand please!
#3
What about us children, do we not have a say either?? Charming :giggle:
#4
you children have a say in everything in fact you rule us adults:giggle: :giggle:
#5
Barbados :)

Been there twice, and hopefully going back again this year - total paradise & really affordable !!
#6
hulya
you children have a say in everything in fact you rule us adults:giggle: :giggle:


True, how very true!!!!!! :giggle: :giggle:
#7
im looking for a place too go with two children
#8
Well I took my 2yr old to Cuba last year and he loved it - not much to do though IMO. I'd say Newquay if you're not going abroad
#9
[SIZE=2]We were looking at New York or Toronto and before we had even decided which place to go, the tax on 4 of us was £545 :whistling: so we dicided to stay local unless the we can find a cheaper way thru Europe. Dam rip off taxes :x [/SIZE]
#10
Maldives for me next month :w00t: :w00t: its an amazing place, a tad expensive but in my eyes worth every penny. not sure about taking kids though as things to do are not stacking up, but a bit of water sports, some fishing and fantastic food, oh and obviously the beaches!!
#11
I'm off to Majorca in a few weeks, that place is class for kids too. All inclusive in most places as well :)
#12
ChrisUK
. All inclusive in most places as well :)



A very good reason to avoid then, grotty food, watered down booze..yuk;-)
#13
Given the choice and no expence spared I'd go along with FonZe...but i'm assuming budget is important to you...and I dare say you have to go in the school holidays when prices are high....for value for money you cannot beat Turkey..it is still very reasonably priced...on a tighter budget then you may wish to consider Bulgaria.
#14
I'm an evil mummy the furthest my child been (and likley to go in the near futer) is england
#15
i've gone to North Africa the last few years.. Egypt and Tunisia, both beautiful countries
#16
Portugal, cheap excellent food, fantastic beaches.... Cheap flights from Coventry and others.
#17
Australia! Totally awesome. Went diving in the barrier reef and it was literally like diving in a tropical fish tank. All the fish were huge and came right up to you and there were thousands of them. Can't face that long a flight with little ones though.

Enjoyed Cyprus with our then 2 year old. Clean, lots of things to do ... although beaches were not great. We have taken the kids quite a few places and in general advice would be go half-board. Don't know the ages but atm my two are pretty intensive and being catered for makes life alot easier.
#18
new york has something to do for all ages
#19
n1ck09
new york has something to do for all ages


visted New York last thanks giving and it was amazing, hoping to go again this year (funds permitting) its an amazing place.:thumbsup:
banned#20
West Coast of America fanblinking tastick :w00t:

Maldives... Lushmungous :w00t:


Malta .... brilliant :w00t:

Norway (in the winter) top notch :w00t:


My mates apartment in Spain nr Roda Topdeal :w00t:
#21
jennybubbles
I'm an evil mummy


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
#22
Inactive
A very good reason to avoid then, grotty food, watered down booze..yuk;-)


You've obviously never been to one then or have had a bad experience ? This will be my 3rd time to this particular hotel !!

Food is always spot on, and the alcohol is local - Spanish 5% lager - it's lovely !!

Food & drink available for free until Midnight, then it's time to head to the bars !!

I go on a wide variety of holidays, all inc in Spain is a cheap holiday with plenty of sun & can be as action packed or quiet as you want !

Going to barbados again in November, again, totally different holiday, but both great for different things :)
[mod]#23
I think spains good if you have young children, short flight and usually plenty of kids clubs etc.

I remember going to France when i was a kiddie (one of those Eurocamps) thought it was the best holiday ever!
#24
I have to agree with Gaia about Cyprus. Whenever you go, be it November Or July, its abound 25-30 degrees. The beaches are good, most are blue flag now, and if you hire a car (very cheap), there are lots of little coves to discover. Waterparks are good, and anyone whos been to the one at Ayia Napa will know that it's great :lol: Most hotels are (or offer) All Inclusive, but if you don't like that, there's always a variety of restaurants available. Quite A Long Flight (4 and a bit hours), but it's well worth it :thumbsup:
#25
ChrisUK
You've obviously never been to one then or have had a bad experience ? This will be my 3rd time to this particular hotel !!

Food is always spot on, and the alcohol is local - Spanish 5% lager - it's lovely !!



Yes to a couple of really bad experiences, I suppose the food is down to personal taste, fine if you are happy with warmed up crud.

" Spanish 5% Lager " Yeah right. . it may have been before they added the 50% water. :roll:
#26
America :thumbsup:
#27
ade2j
America :thumbsup:


I'd agree with that. We let our kids decide where to go this Easter and they chose Florida. Never really fancied going there myself but the kids loved it and that is the reason to go on a family holiday for me.
#28
My trip to china for 10 days was the best holiday ive ever had!
Been trying to get my mum and dad to go, I wanna go again!!
#29
Latvia. Insanely gorgeous women :-)


More seriously: New York is always good. Not just the touristy stuff, but soaking up the crazy lifestyle. I suspect it's the only place on earth you'll see a classy wedding shop next to a bondage/fetishist one.....
#30
arfster
Latvia. Insanely gorgeous women :-)


More seriously: New York is always good. Not just the touristy stuff, but soaking up the crazy lifestyle. I suspect it's the only place on earth you'll see a classy wedding shop next to a bondage/fetishist one.....


i was think more of a holiday for the kids
#31
United States of American, dude! Been there 4 times for an average of 3 weeks at a time, totally worth it.

edit; oh I thought you was just asking where we like haha.

Spain, Italy?
#32
minorca, very child friendly, well used to be.:)
#33
pet3r
My trip to china for 10 days was the best holiday ive ever had!
Been trying to get my mum and dad to go, I wanna go again!!


My hubby's in China at the moment, he left on Friday for 10 days.

They are doing a tour of Beijing and Shanghai - it looks really good but not for the kids as lots and lots of walking and the historical sights will probably bore them.
#34
D U B A I by far !!! Its a no-brainer really :)
#35
currychops
for value for money you cannot beat Turkey..it is still very reasonably priced.

Would have agreed with you a couple of years ago CC.I have been there for a few years running now,Gumbet mostly,but it seems to have increased in price a lot now,so i have changed my allegience to the greek islands.Also for our second holiday we always venture to Egypt around the Red Sea.Always hot and fantastic value for money on All Inclusive.We are going this year to an AI Hotel in Taba Heights for 2 weeks in September for a grand total of £950 for 2 adults.Cheaper than spain.
#36
mrszerrouk
My hubby's in China at the moment, he left on Friday for 10 days.

They are doing a tour of Beijing and Shanghai - it looks really good but not for the kids as lots and lots of walking and the historical sights will probably bore them.


I was 15 (2 weeks from being 16!) at the time.

I was on a school trip so was with 40 mates, we did go round all the historical sites but we made it fun!

Still the best holiday ever and I'm going back as soon as I can, if it wasn't for the language problems I would love to live there when im older.

Some places you go to ie New Zealand or Austrailia, you probably won't want to move back to england! My friend went there a while ago and last week emigrated down under!
#37
I think Turkey is still value for money!
#38
Turkey - its amazing! Great value for money, very friendly people!
#39
:giggle: Maldive's with my wife
#40
We were swinging towards Turkey last year. Went into the travel agents, said what we were looking at, and the prices were unbelieveable!! He quoted for 2 adults and one under 16, 2 weeks all inclusive in Marmaris, £2000! He said that because no one wanted to go there after the bombings, the prices had dropped bigtime. Settled on Cyprus though - much nicer :p

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