I’m an action holiday kind of gal.
I’m currently in Whistler on a ski holiday with the family. I love flying down the slopes and getting a nice hot chocolate as a reward after a few hours of hard skiing. Then, out there again for more. I love being totally exhausted by the end of the day. Jumping in that nice long hot shower in the afternoon after a full day of skiing – heavenly.
I’ve tried to do ‘relaxing by the pool’ holidays. I pack great books to try to keep me on the sun lounger, but after about half an hour I’m itching to get moving. To do something active.
|Image by Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane|
Anyway must away. Time to put on the ski suit and get back out there.
What type of holiday-maker are you – action or leisurely? I’d love to hear.
Sounds like you are having a great holiday I like a holiday which has a bit of both in it more leisurely than active, we love cruising which means there is lots of time to lounge around with a cocktail and a good book or see a show or play a little trivia then on port days there is time t explore new places meet mew people and then back to the ship for a rest, so I like both types :)
A romance set in the snow I love them
I have still to give cruising a go, Helen. Must get out on the seas sometime.Delete
Will certainly start thinking about a snow-set romance. It is so pretty and romantic here.
It will come as no surprise to anyone, Jen, that I am a total sloth when it comes to vacations :-)ReplyDelete
Wish I could a slothful sometimes. Would be nice to sit still sometimes!!Delete
Love a sit and do nothing holiday, but I totally understand that itch to do something. Wanting to squeeze as much out of the trip as possible. Which is why I always feel like I need a holiday to get over my holidays!ReplyDelete
I agree, Ally. Should definitely have another holiday after the holiday!!Delete
Yep, mine and Amy's twin powers unite once again. Count me in the sloth camp, Jen. Mind you, I'm rather partial to a sightseeing holiday if it involves Europe-- then I can walk for hours and hours. :-)ReplyDelete
I love walking around European town, Michelle. So beautiful.Delete
Sounds like a great holiday Jen. I’d have to say I’m very much a leisurely holiday person and definitely somewhere warm, like the coffee shop at the ski lodge.ReplyDelete
I do love a nice hot chocolate whilst up on the slopes, Veronica. Being back at the end of the day in a lovely warm restaurant is such a nice feeling.Delete
I'm more of a leisurely holiday person, with opportunities for occasional active timesReplyDelete
That sounds like a good combination, Lyn.Delete