Resort Reporter Fiji #1 – Lots of Holidays


My name is Val and I am a proud Privileges Platinum Member.  I first joined Wyndham in 2008 thinking it was a good idea to force me and my family to take regular holiday breaks.  It was the best thing I had done.

 Since then we have enjoyed staying in various resorts throughout Australia; such as Sydney, Pokolbin Hills, Port Stephens, Port Macquarie Flynn’s Beach and North point, Ballarat, Perth, Dunsborough, Surfers Paradise, Crown Towers Gold Coast and Kirra Beach.

 It gives me great pleasure to have become an Owner and to be able to reward not only myself but my family and friends.  I have invited family and friends to stay at our resorts to experience the benefits of the accommodation and being a Worldmark owner.

 My plan is to organise a long European trip overseas next year and look forward to staying at places that I know will be to my expectation, based on the quality standard that Worldmark provide.

 I have also stayed at Associate resorts that were arranged with the help of the Travel Club.  I would like to express my appreciation to the reservation team who have always been very helpful in assisting me with all my travel arrangements.

 I’m not big on photos but managed to find a couple of shots I took at Kirra Beach, from our previous stays.

 I had booked a stay in Fiji last year but due to other plans had to cancel.  This would be a great opportunity for me to go as I previously wanted to.  I am yet to book my next short trip but would love it if this could be the one.

Words and Photos by Val

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