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Mind made up?

As indecisive as I am, I believe that Ive made up my mind about our Christmas vacation. I realize that its far off and most people are planning their summer vacations. We are simply going home to relax,enjoy showing some skin (me,lol),see family and get loved on (you guys reading this?!?!? ha ha ha), eat some good food,and see the NEW BABIES!!! not in any kind of order although the caps show some sort of preference.

I do think we will take a short (couple days) trip to the low country just because we didnt get to do much of that at home at itll be nice to drive! A vegas trip was in the talks but we are in need of a new computer so being the responsible adults that we are,we opted for a compromise to get a bit of both!

As far as where we will go for Christmas,I just couldnt seem to decide...beautiful beach? although neither of us are water fanatics and Im not a swimmer. Warm weather? An absolute must have for whereever we go.Rainy seasons? Make SURE that we dont go anywhere during that time.Price?Dont want to go during super peak season or when its so dead that nothing is open for lack of tourists.
Not too much to ask huh?

So anyway, Ive been coming back to this country, though in various cities and I think Ive made a choice based on a hotel that may or may  not stick as Ive yet to see any reviews.The concept is cool, though.

la bhu salah hotel

Theres another hotel that is also nice...along with a very nice price (gotta love Thailand for that!)

who doesnt love boutique hotels?!

Ok, Ive spent enough time on this.Anymore and i could change my mind yet again. Im done for awhile now.

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