Holiday Q and A

1. What kind of vacations did you have as a child? Mostly we holidayed at the beach, in a caravan, one time I visited the UK, to visit my dad’s sister.

2. Have any of those remained favourites now that you’re an adult? Yes…I still love to go to the beach, any beach, I also used to go to England to visit my aunt, as an adult.

3. What has been your best vacation ever? When I went to Florida to Disneyworld, twice, it was a fantastic vacation, a dream come true for me.

4. Do you prefer resorts where there are no kids allowed? No. I prefer family resorts where children are able to be part of it all.

Share Your World 6th February | pensitivity101 (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

10 thoughts on “Holiday Q and A”

  1. As kids, there were certain places we went every year. For example, we visited a great-aunt in Hayling Island, friends of my parents in Pershore, London for a long weekend and Bournemouth. In addition, we would go abroad for 2-3 weeks, generally by car, in the summer.

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