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Posted on Sep 20, 2012

A Tale Of Two Countries

A Tale Of Two Countries

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Kobi wanted to play on the blog, play with a place he’d only been for a brief holiday when he brother and his then-girlfriend came to visit for a bit. So, Kobi tell us about Mexico love. Give us your heart-felt desires to go, see, do, taste, and smell Me-hi-co love. And I see Italy too. Man, you are all over the place. Ok, love, go, love go.If you can’t follow it all, just smile. He’s cute sometimes that way too. And without further ado….

If you want a holiday where you will be captivated by your destination, charmed by the locals, entranced by the history and drenched in glorious weather then Mexico holidays are right up your street.

With the beautiful sparkling sea gently rolling onto miles of white sandy beaches, it is quite simply a sun worshipper’s paradise. The beaches stretch inland to a mix of high rocky mountains and dense jungles where mysterious tribal ruins lay hidden, waiting to be discovered. The nightlife around the thoroughly modern and somewhat luxurious resorts is second to none with the Mexicans providing an upbeat carnival atmosphere, complete with local restaurants and bars giving a warm welcome.

If your thoughts lean more towards a  lovely-travel city tour or an inland trip away from the tourist trails, then have a peep at the holidays to Italy. 2013 is certainly the year to explore the city life, Italian style. What could be better than whiling away the morning in coffee houses sipping some of the finest coffees made by real Espresso experts, tasting some delicious cuisine before strolling through art galleries, or marveling at the ruins of thousands of years’ worth of magnificent history? Do not forget to sample the obligatory ice-cream of course.

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But Italy isn’t all about the city break. The vast lakes which are peppered throughout the country provide a beach style holiday without the queues. The lakes usually have breathtaking backdrops of mountains or forests, sometimes both, and are often slightly cooler than the stifling heat of the coast. Having such fabulous scenery and also the cooling water to take a dip in makes this a fabulous getaway for those needing a break from it all.

Wherever you decide to pack for, you can be sure that with these wonderful locations you will be captivated, charmed, entranced, suntanned and have a head full of wonderful memories by the time you leave.

 

Woo hoo! This is Gabi. Cheers for the Kobi and him sharing. I’m too tired to write what’s on my mind so enjoy the sunset picture and breathe. That’s what I’m going to do. I highly recommend it! 🙂 Good night. Gabi

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