By

Kerry Wylie
You may or may not be a fan of Halloween in Australia but it’s hard to deny the holiday has become increasingly popular especially with children. Halloween originated as the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. People would dress up for the occasion to ward off ghosts before All Saints Day on 1 November. Followers of...
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At a time like this we all need a bit of “happy news” and even though there is a lot going on in the world right now it’s important time to remind ourselves there is light at the end of the tunnel. Happiness is a difficult thing to measure, but that hasn’t stopped the people...
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Have a spare 3 months? Imagine escaping somewhere for 3 or more months - without the rush of everyday life. Leave your commitments behind, and just lose yourself in a destination! The Slow Travel philosophy encourages you to soak up a destination, pace yourself, and eliminate the stress of rushing around.
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What does it mean to travel with a purpose? Travelling with purpose supports sustainable, long-term economic growth is a growing travel trend, especially to destinations in the developing world. Adding meaningfulness can make a journey infinitely more rewarding and fulfilling and has the ability to turn a mere ‘holiday’ into a truly life-changing experience and...
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As we head into the last final weeks of a pretty crummy winter we thought it might be nice to share a little bit of colour and light to brighten your day and to get you thinking about your travels once the restrictions are lifted. The following is a list adapted from the article from...
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Let’s think about what an agent actually does and what it means when things go wrong - especially with the current global pandemic. No one could have anticipated this current situation we are all dealing with and in my almost 30 years in the travel business when things do go wrong, a good travel agent...
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