Turns out a holiday at the Mark Warner San Lucianu resort is full of so many activities and positives it takes over 4,000 words to do it justice. As a realistic blogger I am aware that few readers are prepared to digest that long a blog post in one go, so I split my post into two parts. If you haven’t read the first half yet, you can find it here: A Mark Warner holiday, review of the San Lucianu resort, Corsica (part 1).
I have a lot to say in my Mark Warner holiday review, so for ease of publication I split it into two parts. Please read the second part here: Mark Warner holiday review of the San Lucianu resort, Corsica (part 2)
“And now we have an award for a young man who introduced himself to everyone as being a bit shy, which I think we all know is not the case, so for [The Boy], the “shyest” kid on resort!”
Recently I wrote a post about my perfect holiday and The Boy, having quizzed me thoroughly, told me he wanted to tell me all about his perfect holiday so that he could be a #MarkWarnerBoy when I was a #MarkWarnerMummy. Raising a digital native is a very odd experience sometimes, when a 4 year old catches you by surprise and seems to understand more than you think they ought about technology… or maybe I just bore on about blog stuff too much.
What makes my perfect holiday? This is a question I was asked in order to qualify for something that I’d really love to be a part of, but the truth is that I am struggling to answer it. What does make my perfect holiday? What is my perfect anything?
I’ve been mulling it over and I think that so often, in seeking for perfection, only disappointment is found. We fantasise about the perfect man, the perfect holiday, the perfect life but the truth is that perfection is a myth and hunting for it can be a sort of torment.