Christmas with the cousins makes for great memories in Fiji!
Tanya & Henry,
WorldMarkSP Owners since 2011
My husband and I decided to take advantage of the fact that Christmas was mid-week in 2013 and take a week off from our business.
As we hadn’t had a real break since we went to Ramada Port Douglas for a week in July 2012, we were VERY ready to get away, but most WorldMark resorts we considered were already fully booked for Christmas. So we started looking further afield, and finally settled on Las Vegas – a place we have never really had any great desire to visit, but WorldMark Las Vegas – Boulevard was available and L.V is close to the Grand Canyon, so we thought, ‘Why not?’. Continue reading
Here are our eleven grandchildren enjoying Christmas break at Wyndham Flynns Beach (Ed: Port Macquaire, NSW), taken on the front lawn of the Resort.
They are in order of age: Alister, Joel, Brendan, Eloise, Nicholas, Jacob, Lauren, Hannah, Nathan, Taylah, and Erin. It was grandfather (me) taking the photograph. Continue reading
We had 2000 Credits that were due to expire end of December, and we were not ready to book our next holiday.
I was looking through the local paper and saw an advertisement for the Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas lights. With 2 young children (aged 7 and 4) that love Christmas lights I thought it would be a good place to take them. I suddenly remembered that WorldMark have a resort in the Hunter Valley, so I got onto the WorldMark South Pacific Club website to find out how many Credits were needed for one night and if there was any availability during the school holidays. All the weekends were booked, but I managed to find a free night mid-week. Continue reading
Our first use of our Credits was to buy a week at Seven Mile Beach from Christmas to New Year last year. I have four grownup sons, and they and their partners all came to celebrate Christmas with us – we live in Tasmania. Then my brother from Adelaide rang and asked to come for Christmas with his three children as well. So I decided to invite my Mum, who lives in Christchurch, New Zealand to spend Christmas, and she would be able to enjoy being with most of her children, grandchildren and great grandchild at the same time. Continue reading