No place like home or get away from it all?

What has been your best hol­i­day?

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Edel Ke­nealy

Ru­glo­ni­ans turned their thoughts to days out and trips away last Wed­nes­day as fam­i­lies cel­e­brated the first day of the school hol­i­days.

But be­fore most lo­cals jet­ted off to sun­nier climes, the Re­former took the op­por­tu­nity to ask them what their best hol­i­day has been.

For many it was far flung places, whilst oth­ers thought there was no bet­ter place to en­joy than bon­nie Scot­land.

Sylvia Leonard said: “Amer­ica is my favourite place to visit. We have cov­ered a lot of it in the last 20 years.

“I like the peo­ple, the places, ev­ery­thing about it.

“The next trip is to Aus­tralia though to see my daugh­ter and her fam­ily.”

One of He­len Mor­ri­son’s favourite trips was also to see fam­ily.

“The best hol­i­day I have been on is Sin­ga­pore,” she said.

“I think it was last year we were in Sin­ga­pore. I have a son out there. It’s not cheap, but I would rec­om­mend it.”

But Alan Kirk­wood said he prefers a stay­ca­tion.

He said: “On my days off I pre­fer to stay at home. I don’t see why we go to other coun­tries if the weather is good here. If the weather is good there is nowhere bet­ter than Scot­land. Leona Ste­wart agreed. “We’ve gone to Fife and St An­drews,” she said. “I like it there. We usu­ally stay in car­a­vans and visit the beach.”

I pre­fer to stay at home.. if the weather is good there is nowhere bet­ter than Scot­land Alan Kirk­wood

St An­drews Leona Ste­wart

Sin­ga­pore He­len Mor­ri­son

Stay­ca­tion Alan Kirk­wood

Amer­ica Sylvia Leonard

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