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August vs September

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Sal De Ban, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. Sal De Ban

    Sal De Ban TRIBE Member

    It turns out that more people are booking their vacation plans, and generally having more fun in september rather than august. september is the new august.
  2. Fillmore

    Fillmore TRIBE Member

    I hear ya!

    Were getting married next august but booking the honeymoon for September
  3. Hi i'm God

    Hi i'm God TRIBE Member

    July is the new August and October is the new September.
  4. Dirty Girl

    Dirty Girl TRIBE Member

    July and August are peak season for booking flights and stuff
    september is cheaper.

    <-----going away in september also known as august
  5. Thunder

    Thunder TRIBE Member

    can't wait for our August cottage weekend that's really in September.
  6. Fillmore

    Fillmore TRIBE Member

    That is exactly why the honeymoon is in September. We are time share point owners so I hope this makes sense.

    To book the resort we want to on the Island of Crete in Greece anytime in August is roughly 87,000 travel points. To book the same room in the same resort in September is roughly 47,000 travel points. From what I have been told by a few greek co workers, September is actually a nicer month to travel down there because all the kids are back to school and tourists have gone home. This should make for a nice quiet honeymoon!

    However, I am doing a cottage week next week.
  7. diablo

    diablo TRIBE Member

    September is great.

    Bodmon remix.

  8. djfear

    djfear TRIBE Member

    Road trip to Utah (Canyonlands, Capitol Reef etc) in September. Hooray for September!

    In fact Hooray for October as well, since during Thanksgiving weekend it's primo time to see the colours up north.
  9. Musical Rush

    Musical Rush TRIBE Member

    then getting divorced in November :p
  10. agentRC4

    agentRC4 TRIBE Member

    "i'll be gone till November"
  11. Crass

    Crass TRIBE Member

    Going away in September as well... I need it.

    Too much stress.
  12. octo

    octo TRIBE Member

    people that book time off in july/august usually do it becaues they have kids. if you don't have kids why would you go on vacation in the summer? TO is fun in the summer.
  13. Fillmore

    Fillmore TRIBE Member

    They do say marriage can end a good relationship haha. We will have been through 11.5 years together and living together for 9 of those come the wedding so lets hope that experience keeps us strong and together ;)

    Octo: great point!
  14. diablo

    diablo TRIBE Member

    I'd like to go somewhere in fall.

    Alas, I likely won't.
  15. Fillmore

    Fillmore TRIBE Member

    I think a good hiking trip up in Barrie/Collingwood is definitely in order this fall!
  16. Sal De Ban

    Sal De Ban TRIBE Member

    fall hikes are the best (hey is that an oxymoron?)
  17. diablo

    diablo TRIBE Member

    I believe you're thinking of hike falls.
  18. Sal De Ban

    Sal De Ban TRIBE Member

    fall fairs fare fairly as fares hiked for hiking fall fair-goers
  19. catilyst

    catilyst TRIBE Member

    Awesome. I've been thinking about Utah and Arizona possibly next year.
  20. kirstenmeows

    kirstenmeows TRIBE Member

    Some companies give an extra week's worth of holidays if you book between September and May.

    Wish I could take a week off. :(
  21. djfear

    djfear TRIBE Member

    What type of trip? What were you planning on doing?
  22. diablo

    diablo TRIBE Member

  23. Aerius Zension

    Aerius Zension TRIBE Member

    Personally, I think the calendar is 2 months behind and we are counting it wrong. This is really late May. I have no logical way to prove this.
  24. Sal De Ban

    Sal De Ban TRIBE Member

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