Trip to Solomon Islands- Better Than the Conceived Dream!

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The expanse of salty treat in the south pacific regions is nothing short of a delightful escape to the dream land. After all, what dreams are actually about- they are stories of fun, freedom, freewheeling, leisure, calm, rejuvenation and fulfilment of spirit. When tired hackneyed city life is given the much needed getaway in such dreamlike places, it is a holiday. Solomon Islands are everything described of a sea beach-vacation dream.

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The Flight

Well, almost everything good start with flights nowadays. Don’t you agree? Here also, the case is downright similar. Boarding on a flight from Brisbane to Honiara, look out for the most luscious of the details of the place set as destination and the time will fly away without leaving a hint of exhaustion. The clouds outside the glass will fit in the dreams as if they are made for it only. The awaiting paradise is more than a curious nature lover, an appreciative underwater diver or a happy-go-lucky couple can have in for their short leaves. But isn’t it good all the same?

The Accommodation

Resting is never on mind, as the excitement overrides all the tiredness. The capital city Honiara is worth the travel one has done to reach here. Transportation sent by the already reserved Honiara hotel or resort is the best way to start experiencing the hospitality of the place, otherwise choosing a local transportation can leave the tourist with distinct good impression all the same. In the hotel, asking the management to plan an itinerary for the days a tourist is there on the island as they know best about making a good use of time there with help of their professional contacts of diving instructors, guides to the place, hikers, etc.

In there

Before being actually on the tour, there was whole lot of planning and researching done to make the best of the time in hand but this could be made even better by the hospitality and professionalism of the staff of the hotel. They are often noted to be more than happy to assist guests in the manner they expected or sometimes unexpected, but satisfactorily attended. Be it a couple on honeymoon, a family on a break, a group of friends to strengthen their bonds or colleagues on surprise delight, the group of Solomon Island never fails to catch the tourist off-guard with its beauty.

The Exploring

The most important of any travel experience is the way one decides to explore and how much open he is for all the experience on his way. There is Solomon Cuisine to devour, exquisite marine life to capture in cameras, World War II relics and wreck to study, treks to be hiked to, Solomon Wines to savour, sand sun and sea to enjoy, friends to make, humid climate to relish (even if not on the list prepared earlier) and not distantly last- moments of life to be celebrated. While leaving Honiara accommodation to get all these experiences, one can be sure to get amazed at every step, and in a way not amazed exactly because the images were already imagined in the dream cultivated in mind before boarding the flight.

The Departure

This one may not be the most loved part of the whole travel experience of the place as well as of the services received fondly in the hotel in Honiara, but it certainly is the most expected one. Holidays have to end at a certain point, but the memories, harvested here for the whole duration, are more than one can expect on the exit note!

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This article is contributed by Zeff Austin. He loves to share his experience of holidaying at amazing islands. Here he has shared his experience of staying at Solomon Islands accommodation and exploring unseen beauty of one of the most beautiful island, the Solomon Islands Honiara.

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This article was published on 2013/03/14