Vacations! Even the sound of this word gives us all butterflies in the stomach. We as human beings are programmed to function with vacations included in our lives. We know that “All work and no play, makes Jack dull and grey.” Therefore before we all get grey, we all need to plan a vacation which can help us escape the daily routine for a little time especially girls. It will be a great time to talk, enjoy food on a party boat perth and gossip. However, if you are a bunch of ladies who are trying to figure out where to go without breaking your bank and not get in a fight, you can do the research. Trust us the internet is there to help you. There are so many ideas that you can find online for a perfect girls weekend getaway:
Yes, it sounds boring. Homemade food is something you have every day. But you never have it on a road trip. If you have planned a road trip, enjoy a homemade sandwich or salad or do one dish party. Park your car somewhere on the side and enjoy the food while cars pass you buy. Laugh, talk and enjoy the beautiful view while you eat healthy homemade food. Besides this will probably be the last meal which will be home-cooked. Your trip is all about trying new restaurants for the next two days.
This activity really depends on your destination. However, there will be something you can find for example, if you are going to the beach, volleyball is the best option. Otherwise, you can always bowl. There is a bowling club every day these days. A group sport can help you bond with each other and can make the rest of your trip even more enjoyable.
Spa or salon
Spa! That’s relaxing. Again it spends on where you are off to but a girl’s getaway is incomplete without a spa or a salon. If you are lucky if you can pick both. Get a relaxing body massage followed by a pedicure to eject all the worries you have been having for months. When you go to a salon, don’t just get a haircut, do something crazy like dye your hair with a bright hue.
You are allowed to be lazy if that’s relaxing. Getting lazy with your friends is your right. All of us might have imagined ourselves lying all day doing nothing. Yes, you have a lot to see in the new city you have arrived but give yourself two to three hours of laziness when you enjoy everything. It does make you feel good. Now you can move on to your big plan of being Dora the Explorer with your friends. Make this trip something to remember as these moments will be something you will cherish on for the rest of your life.
One of the main features of Adelaide’s beaches is that it takes just a short drive to stretch out in the Glenelg sun or to fly over the waves at Semaphore. But the beaches of the largest city in South Australia are also recommended for shopping or to enjoy excellent fish dishes. Here’s where to go.
Glenelg – Glenelg is Adelaide’s most popular metropolitan beach and is perfect for families. It is also the easiest to reach. Just take the tram from the city center and get off at Moseley Square, just a few meters from the waters of Glenelg Beach. Jetty Road is a vibrant mix of quality coffee, clothing stores and restaurants. The Stamford Grand Hotel and the Seawell apartments enjoy a beautiful view.
Brighton – Another ten minutes by car to arrive in Brighton. Glenelg’s sister city, Brighton has a similar atmosphere and a very relaxed lifestyle with eclectic cafes, restaurants and fish and chip shops in abundance. One of the best places to eat is the Esplanade Hotel, with great food and ocean views.
Henley – Full of high-end seafood restaurants and one of the most popular squares in the Adelaide area, Henley is a must see for those looking for a quality dinner, a swim.
Semaphore – The Semaphore beach is long, wide and bordered by sand dunes. The vast coastline and the boulevard are dotted with beautifully preserved Art Deco buildings, such as the majestic of the Semaphore. Originally a 1920s bathhouse, now an ideal place for a pub-style lunch or to enjoy a glass of wine. Semaphore Road, a few meters away, is the street of historic pubs, restaurants, and interesting shops.
One of the main features of the metropolitan beaches of the state capital is accessibility. Just a short drive will take you to the sunbathers of Glenelg or to perfect the quality of the free predecessor in Semaphore.
Glenelg is Adelaide’s most popular metropolitan beach and is perfect for families. It is also the easiest to reach. Just take the tram from the city center and get off at Moseley Square, just a few meters from the waters of Glenelg Beach. Another ten minutes by car and you arrive in Brighton. Glenelg’s twin city, Brighton has a similar atmosphere and a very relaxed lifestyle with eclectic cafes, restaurants and fish & chip shops in abundance.
One of the best places to eat is the Esplanade Hotel, with great food and ocean views. Filled with high-end seafood restaurants and one of the busiest squares around Adelaide, Henley is a must see for those looking for a quality dinner, a swim or a little of both. The Semaphore beach is long, wide and bordered by sand dunes.
The vast coastline and the boulevard are dotted with beautifully preserved Art Deco buildings. Nothing compares to the grandeur of the Palace of the Semaphore. The three beaches represent the Australian surf paradises, but they are also perfect for families. Snorkelling equipment is essential in Port Noarlunga.