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The True Blue Bay – Grenada

If ever a hotel was conceived for a truly 21st century lifestyle this is the one!

It is the antidote for all the big corporate hotels.

The True Blue Bay in Grenada leads the new wave of hotels that concentrate on their visitors and their requirements.

Over 40% of its energy supplies are renewable and no plastic drinking glasses or plastic straws are allowed.

Their green credentials are impressive!

The list of activities available is wonderful:

2 free yoga sessions

Return transfers from the airport

Transfers into town

Spa treatments

Diving and sailing lessons

Guided tours around the Island by a local guide, and too many more to mention!

For me there is a chocolate making and rum tasting!

For him (and me) there is a microbrewery on site!

We are The True Blue Bays choice for their UK representation.

A winning combination: Plane Travel (ATOL 5279) and The True Blue Bay.

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The Golden Journey to Samarkand

There are precious few places at these times that are truly unexplored.

From Alaska in the North to Patagonia in the south, the Americas hold few undiscovered destinations.

From Northern Norway to the Cape of Good Hope, only the lawless African countries are excluded from our quest to discover all that is wonderful and diverse about our amazing world.

Japan to Australasia is covered; The Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Tuamotu Archipelago – all open to explorers.

But how about the new countries? The “stans”: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan – all undiscovered.

The one and only Joanna Lumley has so thrilled and stunned us with her programme – Silk Road Travels – and captivated us with her eloquent descriptions, that we all must feel an overwhelming desire to follow in her footsteps.

Who among us has not felt the need to throw off the shackles of daily life, pack a bag, and jump over “The Back Fence”?



“We travel not for trafficking alone,
By hotter winds our fiery hearts are fanned.
For lust of knowing what should not be known,
We take the Golden Road to Samarkand.”

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Who can resist the temptation to change from a tourist to an explorer?

Magnificent Malaysia

I know that this might appear to be “old hat”, but believe me there is PLENTY more to discover about Malaysia than Kuala Lumpur, the islands, and the Orangutans. So come with us and discover…

The Other Malaysia

                                   Discover :-

1. Cuisine – a 2 night Malaysia Gourmet Tour. Yummy! Learn to cook in a proper Malaysian style.

2. Nature – a 2 night trail up Mount Kinabalu. Wake to a stunning sunrise from the roof of South East Asia!

3. Cycling – a 4 night cycling trip, discovering landscapes, heritage, and nature.

4. Trekking – a 2 night trek in the forest canopy to find the amazing sights, sounds, and creatures that live in the forest canopy.

5. a Little R&R – 3 nights on Honeymoon Island. This is a Unesco Geopark. Enjoy your candlelit dinner.

Next morning relax for your massage and remember your individually organised holiday.



Don’t delay, call today!

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Margaret River Trip

Trips to Western Australia | Monkey Mia | Ningaloo Reef | Exceptional add-ons

Flights with Emirates, Hotels as stated, and car hire

Day 1

Flight to Perth with Emirates.

Why not stop over in Dubai for a couple of nights and avail yourselves of all the fun of Dubai?

Snow dome skiing in that heat?  Well why not??

Day 2 – 5

Arrive in Perth for a 4 night stay in the Mercure.

After a refreshing night’s sleep it is time to get out and about.

Essential trips include the Swan River dinner cruise; Pinnacles Desert Tour; a swim with wild dolphins.

Treat yourself to a ferry to Rottnest Island to visit the mini kangaroo known as the Quokka. They are cuteness personified!

Day 6

Pick up a car (preferably an open topped one).

Call in at Freemantle (or Freeo as the locals call it) to visit the Old Customs House.

Try to imagine what those first settlers must have felt with the blazing heat, arid desert, and strange creatures. Some bounced, some looked like a cross between duck and otter! Some either bit or stung you!

There were many deaths in the first few settlers. A sobering thought for those who rather view Australia as Surrey with the heat turned up!

Drive slowly down the Busselton Highway which threads its way along the coast. Stop in Bunbury for lunch over-looking the most perfect blue sea. Take a moment to dabble your toes in the warmest sea that you have ever felt.

Meander further to stop in Busselton for a leisurely supper and fall asleep listening to the sound of the sea gently lapping the shore.

Hotel Abbey Beach Resort

Day 7 – 10

Spend the next 4 nights in the food and wine centre of Western Australia; Margaret River.

Perth and it’s southern towns are the most remote cities on the planet. All the food is grown locally – flying it in is prohibitively expensive – therefore it has a rich and diverse wine and food culture. The wineries are beyond compare.

The restaurants are world class. Most of the chefs and sommeliers are locally trained. There are regular gourmet events in 5* hotels like The Basildene Manor.

There is much else to do: world class caves, kite surfing, and plenty of nautical pleasures.

2 nights The Noble Grape Inn & 1 night Basildene Manor

Day 11 – 12

Drive down the coast passing Cape Leewin.

This is where the warm Pacific Ocean meets the cooler Great Australian Bite. This can be a stormy wild place where many old ships came to grief on the rocks. There is now a lighthouse there. Definitely worth a detour for the dramatic coastline!

On then the Albany for our last 3 days.

This city is now known for it’s beauty and its preservation of its heritage.

In the early 20th century it was an important place for its supposed health giving air. If you were diagnosed with any chest problems then a dose of health giving properties was the order of the day.

Day 13 – 14

Surprisingly, for a time, it was the first port of call for ships transferring prisoners from England. So the Old Court House is a prominent tourist attraction.  Although from my eyes it looks a pretty nice place for a penal colony!

Time now to wend our way back to Perth for our flight home, taking the Albany Highway inland.

Hotel Beach House Bayside

This trip includes: 2 Free Bottles of Western Australia Wine + Free Guide Book to Western Australia

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Experience French Polynesia

Tahiti is the largest island in French Polynesia, a group of four archipelagos made up of roughly 117 islands. 

In all, the area is roughly the size of Western Europe. They are the sparkling jewels in the exotic cruising grounds of your Tahitian sailing vacation.

Because these islands are downwind from Tahiti, they’re known as the Leewards. Their mountains rise from the sea atop the remnants of ancient volcanoes. Barrier reefs provide a habitat for sea turtles, sharks, dolphins, porpoises, colourful unspoiled coral, and countless species of fish, all of which make the Tahitian Leeward Islands arguably one of the world’s best areas for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Throughout the islands, you’ll find top resorts and every imaginable water sport from wind surfing to diving. In addition, there are island tours, archaeological and historical, and fine dining consisting of vegetables, fresh fish, and exotic fruits which are prepared with a Polynesian influence and a touch of French cuisine.

“All in all it was a very good experience for us and we enjoyed our vacation very much. So we would like to say thank you for this fantastic Holiday!”
-Ulli and Uschi (Tahiti)

Bora Bora Dream 8 Days / 7 Nights 2018-2019

£936 TO £2,138

This week-long cruise offers an intimate look at French Polynesia, beginning at Raiatea. You’ll meet undersea wildlife then travel to Bora Bora. You might simply lounge on the beach or go swimming, but the cruise offers optional excursions to a black pearl farm and a private motu barbecue. Tahaa will delight you with its shops, and optional tour of Taputapuatea temple. You’ll even eat at an authentic Polynesian dinner theatre at Huahine.

The standard double cabin is just room enough for two, but you’ll barely be indoors when there’s so much to see and do outside.


Welcome and boarding at noon, downtown of Uturoa. Panoramic lunch on board, short navigation inside the lagoon of Raiatea / Tahaa to Motu TauTau, North West of Tahaa island. Beachcombing, nautical activities, snorkeling in a coral garden.


Navigation to Bora Bora (4 hours). Lunch at anchor front of Motu Tapu. Afternoon : swimming with the sharks and discovery of one of the most beautiful island in the South Pacific. Night at anchor in the East of Bora Bora.


Swimming with the manta rays. Breakfast and short navigation to the Motu Taurere. Beachcombing and kayaks rides. Option : Tahitian Barbecue lunch on a private motu. Afternoon of sailing in the famous lagoon of Bora Bora . Evening and night at Matira point.


After the breakfast, navigation of 4 hours to Raiatea island. Lunch at anchor, leisure afternoon : nautical activities, swimming, snorkelling. Option : Visit of a black pearl farm, snorkeling Evening and night at anchor.


Stop at Raiatea for shopping in Uturoa, main village of Raiatea with the local market.

Option : guided tour of Raiatea, Taputapuatea temple, botanic, green valley and waterfalls.

Short navigation to motu Ceran. Robinson day at anchor for nautical activities, snorkelling, swimming.


Early departure to Huahine, navigation of 4 hours. Arrival in Bourayne Bay around noon. Afternoon, leisure activities at the beach of Ana Iti : kayaks, snorkeling parties, watersports.

Option : Diner and evening in a restaurant with a local polynesian show.


After the breakfast, short navigation to Fare Village. Visit of this village and snorkelling.

Option : Morning guided tour of Huahine archaeological sites, fish traps, vanilla plantations, sacred eels.

After the lunch, navigation of 4 hours to Raiatea island. Sunset arrival on the sacred island.


Disembarking at 08.00 am, on the main pier of Uturoa, Raiatea.

Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for weather and/or technical reasons

What’s Included:

Accommodation in private air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom

Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)

Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, hostess/cook)

2 sets of linens, towels and beach towels per person/week

Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)

Insurance for the yacht and the passengers

Water sports on board : snorkelling equipment and sea kayak

Not Included:


Transfers airport or hotel – catamaran – airport or hotel (optional)

Beverages, soft and alcoholic beverages

Cash box (mandatory) : 150 Euros per person per cruise payable cash on spot upon arrival

Excursions (optional) : 170 Euros per person payable on spot upon arrival or upon booking


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