• Posted:Thursday, August 5, 2010
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Where to go for September?

If you find yourself in a little bit of shock at the realisation that it is now August and are looking for June and July as they seem to have somehow bypassed you, don’t fret, you’re not alone! A lot of people I’ve been talking to lately have found the last couple of months flew by and still haven’t even gotten round to booking their annual break, never mind going on it! 

A lot of people are actually holding off until September to jet off on their relaxing break or adventure filled getaway. September is becoming a more popular month for the annual vacation for many reasons. Some people cannot take their time off during the peak summer months, while others  prefer to jet off in September as you can often avail of great deals and offers during this time.

September’s also a great month for festivals too and you can read more about this in our travel feature on September Holidays.

So for those of you who still have that annual break to look forward to in September we want to know where you are off to? Or if you have been on a September holiday before where did you go and would you recommend it to anyone looking for a post summer getaway this year? Leave your suggestions in a comment below... and if we get enough suggestions we might even rustle up a travel feature with them!

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