A Thailand trip of a lifetime with Amari

A Thailand trip of a lifetime with Amari

This was my second visit to Thailand and I loved it this time even more than the first. That’s the thing about the affectionately known “land of smiles”, there’s always something else to discover, a new experience to try out, a new friendly face to greet you warmly.   The first thing you notice about Thailand is the heat; it hits you full in the face as you step out o...
by Jessica Flood on 16 July 2012, 13:07PM



Escape the rain with Travelbag

Escape the rain with Travelbag

Last minute holidays for July and August have seen a sharp rise in bookings over the past few weeks. Travelbag, the tailor-made travel experts, has experienced a 43% increase in summer holiday bookings made in June this year, compared to the over the same period in 2011. The need to escape the terrible weather we have been experiencing for some guaranteed good weather is demonstrated by the bigge...
by Anna Streatfeild on 06 July 2012, 15:07PM



What to See When Visiting Chicago

What to See When Visiting Chicago

After New York, I think Chicago is probably the most interesting and diverse city in the United States. Chicago’s heritage as a center of American progress and culture makes it a great place to visit no matter what you’re interested in—there’s a lot to keep history buffs, foodies, and aspiring artists alike plenty content. Here, you can find world-class theatre and museums,...
by Dan Patterson on 06 July 2012, 10:07AM



Fleeta's Queensland

Fleeta's Queensland

I was lucky enough to be selected to attend a familiarisation trip to Queensland, Australia and at the end of April I set off with three other travel agents on this trip of a lifetime, hosted by the Queensland Tourist Board. We flew with Etihad Airlines from London Heathrow, a fantastic airline which made our long journey comfortable and enjoyable, with free-flowing drinks and great food and ente...
by Fleeta Kilczycki on 28 May 2012, 13:05PM



VALUE FOR GOLD ON AUSTRALIA’S GOLD COAST

VALUE FOR GOLD ON AUSTRALIA’S GOLD COAST

Australia is on many a bucket list but is often regarded as out of reach due to the hefty price tag. Offering wallet-friendly value for money on a wide range of activities and an average of 300 days of sun per year, Australia’s Gold Coast holds the key to making that Australian holiday dream a reality. Here are a few suggestions to help make the pounds go further and replace that dull and dr...
by Natalie Schofield on 15 May 2012, 17:05PM



Holiday like a celeb in Tahiti

Holiday like a celeb in Tahiti

Victoria's Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr was spotted this week with heartthrob husband Orlando Bloom and their son Flynn, enjoying a tropical family holiday in the stunning French Polynesia. Miranda and Orlando took 16-month-old Flynn to stay at the Four Seasons on the iconic island of Bora Bora - a renowned honey pot for celebrities from all corners of the globe. The Bloom family took a brief holi...
by Natalie Schofield on 11 May 2012, 10:05AM



Sam's Samoa

Sam's Samoa

Travelbag Travel Consultant Sam Pryce was lucky enough to have recently attended a trade familiarisation trip to Samoa. Here he reports back on his trip: Situated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, below the Equator, the islands of Samoa are located half way between New Zealand and Hawaii so would be a great add on to a trip to either, or even added on to Sydney, it is just a short haul flight wi...
by Sam Pryce on 25 April 2012, 17:04PM



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