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Tour of India Eat Work Travel – Day 1

Indian Tour Day 1 – West Meets East. It has always been on the top of my Travel Bucket List to go to India so when one of our tour operators, Travelpack emailed to say there was a space on an educational trip, my answer was a resounding yes! The itinerary arrives the day before our departure and it is …

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Golf Holiday Turkey

[slideshow]It’s that time of year again when I take a group of golfers off to the sunshine to try out some new golf courses.  This year we are off to Belek in theSouth of Turkey for the second time but staying in the new Voyage Belek hotel which has been getting some great reviews.  Last year our group of 12 golfers …

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Cruising. Whats it all about?

Personally when I take time out to go on holiday it’s either somewhere warm near a golf course or cold near a ski resort.  So the idea of being on a cruise ship feels kind of restricted, but not so as many a cruise fanatic would tell you.   I have sold many cruises to lots of different destinations to customers of …

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Cruise Holidays Now all inclusive

All inclusive cruise holidays were launched this month by MSC cruises with a fantastic deal of £1.00 to upgrade to an all inclusive package on cruises for 2012.           I recently visited one of the MSC ships whilst it was docked in Southampton on a beautiful sunny September day.  The ship visit is something that I have done quite …

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Golf Holidays Turkey v Spain

Golf Holidays Turkey or Spain If you love to get away on a golf holiday to play new and exciting golf courses then you need to consider Golf Holidays in Turkey for your next golf holiday.  I am a golf enthusiast and love to play in the sunshine whenever and where ever I can.  I have often played in Spain …

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Christmas Shopping in Spain

How I hate Christmas shopping and I really don’t know why that is?  I have tried to do it all different ways, buy in advance, buy on-line or the normal route of buying last-minute!   No matter which way I just can’t get into the swing of it.  Maybe it’s because I have a fussy family and everything I think of I …

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Christmas Holiday Abroad

All it takes is a few bad days of rain, wind or even snow to make us all feel like seeing the sunshine again, particularly as  Christmas draws nearer the regular battle of where do you spend Christmas and who’s cooking begins.  For some the easy option is to cancel Christmas at home and jump on a plane to a …

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