One day my wife Vanessa made a crazy suggestion. ‘Why don’t we spend 2015 Christmas at the Wyndham resort in Fiji and invite all the family to join us?’
“All of them?” I responded. “They won’t come. Even if we use our Credits to cover the accommodation, the travel will still cost them too much. And they probably won’t be able to get leave…”
But naturally we floated the idea anyway and apart from two grand-daughters in London who couldn’t get away, they all said Yes. So nineteen of us rolled up at Wyndham Resort Denarau Island for what turned out to be a marvellous Christmas gathering.
Nineteen members of the family together at Wyndham Resort Denarau Island
As I approach my 12th Wyndham anniversary I look back on all of the memories I can thank Wyndham for.
In February 2004, I bought my first 6,000 Credits when my eldest children were just one and three years of age. Since then, my husband and I have become Privileges Platinum members and our family has grown to four children, ranging in ages from 15 to one year of age.
Being a member of Wyndham has not only benefited us, but, as a homestay family, it has also been a great way for our international students to experience Australia. One of our Japanese students even came with us to Fiji!
WOW! We have just returned from our first Club Tour with Travel Club by Wyndham – Tastes of Tasmania – and can happily declare it to have been a most enjoyable adventure experience. WorldMark Owners from various states of Australia and from New Zealand with friends gathered in Launceston where we met up with our tour escort, Ruan Myers, and our very experienced coach driver David, to commence seven full days together experiencing the beautiful scenery and delightful tastes of Tasmania.
Tastes of Tasmania Club Tour team on the friendly beaches