Nothing conjures up images of tropical holidays than the words “Pina Colada” or “Hammock”. Nothing is more overrated than the Pina Colada and the Hammock.
Everyone talks about them but who, in fact, actually drinks Pina Coladas?
And, personally hammocks are just uncomfortable! Let alone try making love in one – as suggested in the 80’s teen flick, The Sure Thing.
A caprioska is one of the most refreshing drinks in the heat of summer. Luckily its hot in Phuket all the time!!!!!
The hammock adds to the atmosphere around the best pool amongst the resorts at Fiji’s Denaru
Not a palm tree or white sandy beach in sight. This was discovered on the way back to Saigon after a Mekong Delta trip…its a beer hut hammock!
Its simple, but you cant beat a rustic hut metres from the ocean with your own personal hammock.
The beach clubs along the Red Sea at Nuweiba are quite deserted…perfect!
The beach is as imported as the French Champagne is, but this is generally the image that a hammock conjures up
Give me a caprioska, a book and a towel on the sand.
The hammock is often pictured tied between two gently swaying palm trees on the edges of a white sandy beach with ocean lapping at the shores. Why has the hammock become the symbol of tropical holiday when in reality it was originally the sleeping method of early sailors who camped well below deck in the dark, damp, rat-infested gun decks?
If I am so indifferent to the hammock, then why am I drawn to them?
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