Archive for December, 2008

San Antionio: Cheap Holidays San Antonio

This buzzing place is just 20 minutes away from the Ibiza town and the airport itself. San Antonio has a diversity for young and old adventurers and night-lifer’s and is very well-known in the Mediterranean for it’s popular and captivating resorts and sunset cafe’s. The most awaited time of the year is from August to September where foreigners from Europe mostly bump into each other in the spirit of this place, an excitement and thrills only this place can offer. Plan a cheap holiday San Antonio now and see for yourself what you used to read on magazines are actually what you will experience.

Things to do

The coastlines are mostly well-kept with palm trees to capture it’s grandeur. Although, its harbor dominated with sunset cafe’s are most sought out. Where foreigners and even the locals wouldn’t wanna miss the picturesque of the sunset toppled with a cocktail or two. There are many famous landmarks and sights like the Calo des’ Moro, which is just 10 minutes away from the town proper. You can kick off your walking shoes and dive into one of the watersports they are offering in their safe and shallow waters. Or kick off a day or two at Cala Conta, Cala Bassa or Cala Tarida cruise along in their fine ferries or big boats.

Where to stay

San Antonio has all the accommodations that suits your every needs. From hotels to hostels,apartments and suites…all for your disposal. Mind you these hotels offer online reservations. Book early and get a cheap holiday San Antonio. Most of the hotels are near these popular sunset strips. Make haste and book early so you can get on ahead with the hustle and bustle of the season. Let the scenic beauty capture your every fantasy and wallow into the time of pure vacation and relaxation. Tag along those digicam for souvenirs and put on that perfect vacationer smile, only here on San Antonio.

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Thanksgiving for Non-Americans

My husband and I went to a big mall in our place to have a haircut and I was greeted with a big banner, ” Thanksgiving Day: It’s time to give thanks!”. My initial reaction was disgust simply becauseĀ  Filipinos dont know what is Thanksgiving in the first place. And I want to respect the Americans to celebrate such important holiday to themselves, who really have the real meaning of Thanksgiving in their souls.

My husband said I’m just over reacting but I told him, I know the origin and what that holiday means to the Americans as someone who studied History in college and lived with an American family for many years. Also, our city doesn’t have that much American ex-pats or tourists to include the celebration for the mall’s activity. My argument is that the mall made a big deal on that occasion to attract shoppers without knowing that people even don’t know what it is…

I would be interested to know what Americans would feel if other countries make a “commercial” celebration of their own holiday…

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