Bucket List and news

Friday, January 19, 2018
Bucket List Ideas
What’s on your bucket list…  Here’s a few of our top picks – stuff we want to do… What’s on yours? Enjoy coffee al fresco with the locals at a French cafe  Dine al fresco with your coffee and croissant in Paris or another French city of your choice. Check out your translation book and make your coffee order in French, but don’t use phrases you get away with at home – a “laite” is just milk in Fra... Read more
Monday, December 18, 2017
Small Group Tuscany Tour
Ever thought off staying in a hilltop Tuscan castle and exploring the villages and sampling the amazing local cuisine and wines. Sounds like you – then you’re invited to join our small group tour to visit amazing Tuscany and other highlights in Italy escorted by our own Tuscan driver, AND when we say small, we mean it! On this special tour for 8 lucky people we get right off the beaten track and enjoy amazing Italian ... Read more
Monday, November 27, 2017
Chelsea Flower Show - Did you know?
The RHS Chelsea Flower show has been running since 1804 and was originally called The Great Spring Show. In 1913 it was moved to its current home at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. The planning cycle of the show lasts 15 months and it then takes 800 people 33 days to build the show from bare grass to the finished article. The garden shows are built from scratch in just 19 days and are dismantled in only five days. Dur... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Travellers will be able to fly direct from Australia to UK
Travellers will be able to secure flights with Qantas - from Australia direct to the UK. Reservations for the direct Perth-London service are opening in April, around 11 months before the highly celebrated service launches. The news was confirmed by a Qantas spokesperson who said tickets would be on sale from next month. In the meantime, the new Perth-London route will be operated by one of the carrier’s first Dreamliners, which i... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Cunard will base Queen Elizabeth in Australia in 2019.
Cunard will base Queen Elizabeth in Australia in 2019.      Cunard has announced Queen Elizabeth will spend two months in Australian waters in 2019, the longest deployment down under for any of the line's current fleet. The vessel will operate seven different cruises from Sydney and Melbourne, including two trans-Tasman voyages, three to Tasmania and two stopping by South Australia. The itineraries form part o... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Cruise new ship
It has just been announced that Carnival Corporation & plc have signed an agreement on behalf of P&O cruises to build a brand new 180,000 ton ship, for release in 2020. It will be the largest ship built exclusively for the British market and will be able to accommodate 5,200 guests. P&O will be using their space on board wisely with a wide range of dining and entertainment options suggested. Meyer Werft... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
The Arctic region is the land of the midnight sun throughout the summer months, but come winter it is one of the best places to hunt the Northern Lights. Revered since people first ventured into the far north and witnessed the stunning interplay of light that is the Aurora Borealis, seeing the Northern Lights is quite rightly at the top of a lot of bucket lists. A trip to the Arctic can be about much more than just the Aurora though, this... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
The Palio and Siena Contrade
The Palio and Siena Contrade Many Italy visitors have heard about the Palio of Siena, that centuries-old bareback horse race that occurs in Sienas magnificent Piazza del Campo. There are 17 neighbourhoods in the historic centre of Siena that participate and compete in the Palio (a neighbourhood is a “contrada,” (plural “contrade”). During the running of each Palio in Siena, 10 of the participating contrade send a horse and rider to the rac... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Rattled Travellers Turn to Agents
Rattled Travellers Turn to Agents for Safety Assurance Economic uncertainty and increased violence on the world stage is returning the travelling public back into the security of travel agency offices. A report by SureSave in Australia claims there has been a 15% leap in the number of travellers using agents to book travel and buy insurance in the last three years. Younger clients – travellers aged 30 to 40 years old – who seek ... Read more
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Regent Seven Seas Cruises - FREE BUSINESS CLASS AIR
  REGENT SEVEN SEAS CRUISES ANNOUNCES 2017-18 ITINERARIES – AND FREE BUSINESS CLASS AIR TRAVEL The most inclusive luxury experience found on Regent Seven Seas Cruises is expanding with the addition of free, intercontinental roundtrip Business Class air for all guests. Regent Seven Seas Cruises is the first cruise line to offer free Business Class air to guests, complementing other inclusive elements such as free unlimited shore ex... Read more

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