Have you celebrated Christmas in the tropics? If so, how does it compare to a traditional Christmas?
Many people are flying off to find the sun this Christmas, it can be cheaper than celebrating at home and can also be a way to avoid choosing which family to spend the holidays with or who to invite.
Yes, I lived in Hawaii for 3 years, so we celebrated it 3 times. I've got to admit, it seemed strange and I can't say it really felt like Christmas to me. Perhaps it's because I had such traditional things, like cold winters, snow, etc. it just didn't feel like Christmas walking around in shorts and t-shirts and hot weather. Even with holiday lights, etc....just did not seem the same to me.
No, I can't even imagine a Christmas with hot weather. It is just want you are used during the holidays. Cheers, Happy Holidays
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