1/2 our immediately family live in the UAE. We spend Christmas at home (50% religious). But we celebrate time together.
Then new year in Spain with some.
Hard to answer you question. Unless you want to leave the motorhome behind and fly.
Spain is an odd thing. Look at who can stay and who cannot. B
We are exactly the same and found it so depressing when we did try and get into the feel of Xmas in fact last year we had Lasagne for Xmas Lunch and Mrs LW is a great cook and does a belting roast.No one is more Bah Humbug than us, we don't have grand kids yet, we don't put any decorations up at home, we don't even buy each other pressies
here you go fill your boots.Given the choice I would be away, preferably in a non Christian country.
Yes it's a good site for wintertime, that's so long as the electric transformer doesn't overheat like it did when we were there so half the site had no electric and we ended up with a very, very poorly dog who nearly kicked the bucket at 3.00 am (the vet didn't think she'd last until breakfast).
Absolutely, they always report on 10th of January being the most depressing day of the year but I like jan/Feb time.... Summer is coming!The only thing I like about Christmas is knowing the days are getting longer and the difference can be noticed come the new year