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Where is my Wi-Fi - Fiji fast and furious

Posted by Susanna DaSilva on Jul 03, 2014 Add a Comment 0

I’ve been in the travel industry on and off for almost 25 years now but never on an inaugural flight. So when World Resorts of Distinction offered a famil called FIJI THE RIGHT WAY and it included travelling on the first ever direct Fiji Airways flight from Sydney to Suva plus a delightful selection of boutique style resorts across the islands I did not hesitate to put my hand up. I have been to Fiji before but it has been many years, so this was going to be great refresher. The itinerary indicated we would spend 5 night’s away and visiting 5 resorts, which in my ignorance I mistook for a leisurely trip. But let’s start at the beginning! The small group of 5 met at the gate at the airport for the first time, keen to get to know each other and...

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Reflect, Rest and Rejuvenate

Posted by Pip Windsor on Jul 03, 2014 Add a Comment 0

A Volcanic ash cloud over Australia was not going to hamper my efforts of escaping the winter cold of Melbourne for a little time to reflect, rest and rejuvenate with a trip to Singapore and Bali. My annual travel calendar generally needs one of these trips built into mid-year. Travelling solo is also something that I love, as my time at home is quite hectic the chance to sit on a plane for 7 hours and switch off is about the time the holiday begins I am not afraid to admit that I enjoy the time to be selfish with my travels and absorb things that I don't seem to see when travelling with my children. Flying on Singapore Airlines the service was impeccable, the attention to detail on a flight at 1am in the morning just shows that they have...

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A long weekend in Chicago and New York City!

Posted by Hayley Thomas on Jul 03, 2014 Add a Comment 0

I flew out of Sydney on UA870 direct to San Francisco, the flight departs at 1445 which still gave me time for a half day of work then off to the airport at 1200!  The check in process was quick and efficient, make sure you remember to do your ESTA they are valid for 2 years and 14USD. Our group was travelling business class and I was allocated a seat facing backwards.  I don’t normally suffer from motion sickness however due to 120km winds in Sydney that day, I did feel a little queasy, however once the aircraft reached cruising altitude I didn’t even notice which I was facing, the meals on this flight were great, the service I could not fault. Once I had eaten watched a movie off to sleep I went, nine hours later we arrived into San Francisco to transfer...

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TO THE ROOF OF THE WORLD

Posted by Susanna DaSilva on Jul 03, 2014 Add a Comment 0

Many people nowadays have “bucket list” of things they want to do before they die, mostly older folks like me I suppose :-). Well, to be honest I am not quite ready for a bucket list, however if I was, visiting Tibet would definitely be on the draft! So when my manager advised me last December that our agency got a spot on a famil to the top of the world travelling China Southern and sponsored by Wendy Wu tours I was utterly delighted! One of the highlights of my previous travels was spending about 3 months in Nepal and trecking there. I walked all the way from the foothills up to Everest Base camp, only to realise it was another 10 days back.  A wonderful experience despite the poor food, very basic accommodation, lack of showers and hard hiking for 3 weeks.. ...

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Watch out for Leprechaun's

Posted by Susanna DaSilva on Jul 03, 2014 Add a Comment 0

During my last few trips a pattern seems to have established itself. I get the opportunity to explore a new destination and it promptly gets devastated by a cyclone! This happened on my visit to Hong Kong and Mainland China last September when Ugasi laid waste to Taiwan, the Philippines and then China. This time around New Zealand was the unlucky recipient.  After blasting Vanuatu Cyclone Lusi hit the North Island, but was luckily already much weakened at that stage.  I had just arrived in Auckland as part of a group from my office. Air New Zealand generously sponsored our office trip and we were keen to familiarise ourselves with this very popular destination for our corporate clientele. 

Our flight from Sydney was still smooth and...

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