Posts in TRAVEL TIPS
Morocco - Somewhere Different

Morocco – a culture and country so different with something for everyone and not yet overrun by tourists. It’s a mixture of old and new worlds where you’re just as likely to see bread being carried to communal ovens for baking, donkeys pulling carts through crowded narrow alleyways, highly experienced haggling in the souks and taste some of the most delicious food going.

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Why Portugal?

Named as the World’s Leading Destination at the 2018 World Travel Awards it’s not difficult to understand why with colourful old buildings sprawling up and down hillsides, Lisbon’s trams, stunning azuleojos tile mosaics, great food and wine, surfing – Portugal has it all and more. 

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Holidays of a different kind

Holidays are all about relaxing, exploring, getting active or going somewhere new aren’t they? Well now you can combine this with a new type of holiday – the learning or activity holiday. Becoming increasingly popular worldwide, they combine holidays in a wonderful part of the world with acquiring knowledge and new skills.

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Luxury Winter Holidays in Australia & NZ

As the winter months approach, it can be a good time to leave the city behind and explore the countryside in Australia and New Zealand.  We’re thinking road trips, gourmet meals, local wines and roaring fires. The cooler weather also makes it a nicer time to explore the outdoors, especially if you’re into hiking, cycling or snow sports.

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Start planning your April getaway!

Make the most of the public holidays in April and take a 10 day holiday (but only with 3 days annual leave). In this blog we share the dates you need to book for holidays and also some suggestions of where you could travel - including the south coast of NSW, the Murray River, Kangaroo Island and a few destinations in South East Asia.

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