Bali Ash Cloud Claim Advice – September 2017

Bali Ash Cloud Claim Advice Flights between Australia and Bali are currently operating as normal. Mount Agung is a volcano located approximately 72 km from Kuta.  There has been an increase in volcanic activity at Mount Agung over the past few weeks.  Whilst Mount Agung has not yet erupted, the Indonesian authorities have raised its […]

Athens – so much more than the Acropolis

The ancient city of Athens is a marvel of human ingenuity that has withstood the test of time. Athens is a premier destination for anyone looking to experience the wonders of the old world. But even though it’s a city eternally tied to the history of the region, Athens is much more than just a […]

Destination Wedding: Deciding on the Finer Details

One of the main problems couples have when planning their destination wedding is organising the finer details. It’s common to think it will be much harder than it seems to organise the location, decorations and suppliers from a distance – and what on earth does one do about a guest list for a destination wedding? […]

Destination Wedding: Persuading your Partner that it’s a good idea

Sunkissed beaches, turquoise waters, and golden sands are all images that spring to mind when imagining a destination wedding. Indeed, people who get married abroad often feel like they’re celebrating in paradise; but there’s a lot more that goes on behind the scenes too. A destination wedding is not always looked on favourably, by both family members […]

Taking Students Abroad: How to Generate Student and Parent Interest

Planning a school trip abroad? Once you’ve got approval from the principal and the school board, the next people to inform are the students and parents. They’re the most important people in regards to the planning of the trip – they’re the people who are going to be attending (and paying for!) it, after all […]

Taking Students Abroad: Preparing your itinerary

It’s highly likely that you won’t know the true meaning of balance until you try to prepare an itinerary for a school trip abroad. You’ll have to create a schedule that has the correct amount of educational activities, recreational things to do and down time. It’s important to be aware of the best ratio of […]

Taking Students Abroad: Preparing a Proposal for the Principal

Do you want to take a school group abroad? One of the first steps that you’ll need to take is to prepare a proposal for the principal and school board. They are the people who will either give your trip a thumbs up or down; and only with their approval can you start to organise […]

Budapest: Exploring Hungary’s Capital City

Budapest is a stunning city that dates back to the Stone Age.  It offers an affordable European holiday that can take you back in time. Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, is located right on the Danube River and is comprised of two separate cities that are connected by the Chain Bridge. Buda, the hilly […]

Tips and Tricks For Travelling With Kids

Travelling with kids can be challenging. Unfamiliar places, routines and people can make a family holiday seem like a battle. But it doesn’t have to be! Taking the kids along can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life. How do you do it sanely? Here are some tips and tricks to make your […]

Visiting the Galápagos Islands

Situated in the balmy Pacific waters, the Galápagos Islands are nearly every traveller’s dream destination, and it’s easy to see why! The Galápagos Islands are part of the Republic of Ecuador, but their unique wildlife and culture make them feel like a nation of their own. These volcanic islands rose to popularity after Charles Darwin’s historic […]

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