One of the good things while on holiday is that you don’t have to think about what you are eating. First of all, you don’t have to cook and on top of that you can order whatever you want from the menu. No dieting and no stress. I just want to share some photos of food that I loved while on my last holiday.
While in Vanuatu, we found out that coconut crab and lobster were really cheap there compared to Sydney. The crab was $40 and lobster $20. You would never get that here so we enjoyed it all in Vanuatu.
And then after coming back to Sydney, we went for a big lunch to Pancake On The Rocks and indulged on pork ribs and chicken crepes followed by chocolate and orange pancake. We had ice tea and cold mocha as well. I really don’t know how we ate it all but I remember it was very yummy 🙂
One of the main reasons I love Christmas time is that we get time off from work. Normally I take my annul leave and go for a long holiday some where. For the last 6 years, I made sure that I was not in Sydney, if not in Australia at this time of the year.
This year both me and AS have ten days off so we decided it was time to have one more stamp on our passports. After looking for reasonable deals for months, finally we found a deal within our budget so we will be going to Vanuatu during our year end break.
Vanuatu is an island country in the Pacific which is three and a half hours flight from Sydney. It has 83 islands so we expect to have a great tropical holiday. They seem to have lots of activates like Abseiling, Parasailing, Semi Submarine, Cruises and much more. It also has the world’s most active and accessible volcano, Mt Yasur, and the world’s largest shore wreck dive the President Coolidge located just off the shore of Espirito Santo.
So flights and hotels have been booked. Visa has been arranged and bags are packed. I got our snorkelling gears, swimmers, towels, summer dress and the all important sun screen lotion. I am really excited as I have wanted to go there for years. Finally, we are going. Hopefully the weather will be sunny and nice and not too hot.
I have been looking at Trip Advisors for activities. There seems so many good things so I can’t wait to dive in the water and start having fun. One of the things I want to do is the Ocean Walker, if things work out according to plan. I have already done something similar in the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns and it is one of the easiest ways to be up close and personal with marine life. Ohoo! thinking about all the fun we are going to have is making me giddy already. Can’t wait to get on that plane 🙂
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!