In message <48E88075.4020209@...>, Gerry <gerry@...> writes
It's not so much "better" or "worse" - it's "different" and that in itself is worth experiencing.I only ever holiday in the UK,So how do you know that there isn't somewhere better in the rest of
I like the UK - it's given me a good standard of living and, in the main, is run in a reasonable manner despite our minor moans about height bars and parking fees. It has another major advantage in operating in the same language as I speak!
However, I also like parts of most of the other countries I have visited - and that's the beauty of owning a MH. It doesn't have to be one or t'other. I can more or less go where I fancy and stop as long or as short a time as I fancy.
Last month I was sitting in Calais in the rain and wind. Our plan had been the longest ever Dover to Calais crossing (involved a Dover to Dover round Britain cruise!) followed by a week in northern France. The weather forecast was poor but the next day it was brilliant sunshine and 30 degrees - because we'd driven to the Med.
In a grey, wet and cold England, where today warm, sunny Spain sounds very attractive!