Buy one of those "ocean sounds" CD's, put it in your walkman, lay out on the balcony chaise lounge with headphones on (to drown out all the neighborhood noises), make a brightly colored drink with an umbrella in it and say, "Ahhhhhhh.........."!
Make the kids jump around in the pool to simulate waves while your husband rows you around in the inflatable boat. This will make you feel like you are on a tender.
Print out daily activity sheets with so many activities that everyone's mind is boggled.
You and your travel mates sit down with a heap of money and decide how much to tip the person who cleans your room, changes the linen, serves the food, takes away the dishes and runs any errands you need......hey, mom finally gets paid for the jobs she does 7/24/365 minus the odd holiday!!!!
Drive to the Port of Miami, about 20 minutes +/- away; park on Watson Island, just across from Dodge Island, where the Port is; lie down on the ground; kick and scream, "I wanna go, too! I wanna go, Too!........"
Set up the living room at your next family gathering purposefully with too few chairs for those attending. Then leave a towel (or napkin) where you were sitting and pounce on the first person to "steal" "your" chair.
Disconnect the cable TV for a week, or re-program your dish to only receive CNN endless-loop headline news, and perhaps ONE local public-access channel.
Spend the week at a local hotel, and amuse yourselves by calling up the front desk and asking them what time the midnight buffet is, what they do with any ice sculptures they may have after they melt, etc....
Take pictures of your family, and attempt to sell them the prints.
Try to sneak out of the dining room without complimenting or thanking the hostess.
Tell the family that there is a new rule, with no exceptions: Prior to dinner, everyone must attend a mandatory evacuation drill attired in heavy parkas, in the unlikely event that there should be an emergency. Meet in the attic.