Of course sorting out a budget is the first sensible and logical thing to do. Try to calculate the amount of money you will get from your wages and how long you have to pay the holiday off, this will include accommodation, flights and any transfers needed. You also need to account for the amount of spending money needed for food, drinks and then of course any souvenirs and goodies you think you will want to purchase. After all this 'boring' calculating and budgeting you will have a clear vision of where in the world you can go to.
You have the choice to opt for long distance and keep the accommodation quite simple or choose somewhere not as far to travel to and upgrade to a fancy hotel or apartment. When you are choosing a place to stay, you must make sure that there are images of the rooms and facilities so you can see what the hotel furniture is like and get an idea of how nice it will be. When there are no images you always assume they have something to hide!
It is great when you find somewhere with a gorgeous hotel that is close to a range of amenities, places to eat and even theme parks etc. Having places that are within a walking distance means you get to enjoy the sun and also save your money on getting taxis and mini buses. Some people think that the accommodation you choose is irrelevant on a holiday and simply a place to lay your head for a few hours before the next exciting day. However if you have had some busy days out you might want to be able to relax around in the hotel for longer and place to venture out at night, also in the unfortunate case of you feeling a bit under the weather after catching too much sun having a comfy settee and big TV is always helpful. It depends on what is important to the individual but it is well worth finding somewhere with great furniture and a welcoming feel to it.
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