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tommorgan20
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looking for holiday destinations with my girlfriend, but feel like we are going round in circles. Looking for a summer destination, quiet, but with a nice beach/resort plus things to do in the area. Looking to find as little stereotypical English people as possible. Can be worldwide and budget £400-900 anyone with any suggestions? Thanks in advance


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Florida?
The Caribbean?
Cape Town? (probably the least dangerous part of South Africa)
South East Asia?

If they're all too expensive then you're stuck with the Mediterranean resorts that every Brit goes to in the summer
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Salou is great I've been with my friend but a lot of couples and families go. They're well known for their beaches and there's so much to do!
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Croatia / Monte*****
Relatively cheap and very beautiful, and not the stereotypical english holiday destinations
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Will check Salou! And yeah want to be as far from Spanish islands as possible really! Croatia looks lovely


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Travel with girlfriend, most place suitable for us is Phu Quoc island, Vietnam. It's wonderful place with long-sandy beach and special foods such as fresh sea foods and Sim Wine as well. Furthermore, fresh air and cheap service's price in there will be brought romatic atmosphere for your vacation.
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