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    If he won't I'll happily come with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2b09 View Post
    If he won't I'll happily come with you!
    I'll fight you for the ticket

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    Don't force him. He will just bring down your holiday. I'd do the option of take your friend who's a single mum. Does she have passports though??

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    That's is really queer behavior !! Without offending you, are there problems in the relationship?!

    I cannot see why you would plan an expensive family holiday and he just bails??

    I'd be getting to 'the root' of why he doesn't wanna go, as an outsider it seems a lot more than you are presenting

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    that sucks!
    Id take a friend instead if hes 100% sure he doesnt want to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    That's is really queer behavior !! Without offending you, are there problems in the relationship?!

    I cannot see why you would plan an expensive family holiday and he just bails??

    I'd be getting to 'the root' of why he doesn't wanna go, as an outsider it seems a lot more than you are presenting
    Yes there are problems in the marriage. We have seen a counsellor and things were going well until yesterday when about 3 big thing came up, this being one of them.

    Am thinking I'll just go by myself and take DS. Is Fiji safe for a woman to travel alone?

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    Are you staying at a resort or similar? They're safe as houses. And I'd say you'd be fine anyway but I'm not 100% clued up on the political situation there at the moment. Have a look on smarttraveller.com.au

    I think it'll be fine though!

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    Don't cancel the trip why should you miss out bc of him? If you don't have someone to take his spot (or the extra money for your friend and her daughter) I would go by myself. Fiji is such a nice friendly relaxing place I would feel fine going by myself but I suppose I have been their before so I know that. He will be the one missing out on a great holiday.

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    I'd find a friend to go with, one who is willing to pay for food etc if your flights, accommodation is already taken care of then it's ok.

    I dunno your family situation if a mum or sister or cousin could come along?

    I personally would never travel overseas with a baby on my own, just me tho.

    I can't help but think this would be a desk breaker for me, obviously there is some severe lack of communication on his behalf if only now after you've more or less paid for everything he states he doesn't want to go

    Sorry

    I hope you have a great time and can find someone awesome to go with xx

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    I found Nadi to be a tad scary, but I think if you stay round your resort you will have an absolute blast!!! Go have fun chicky!!


 

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