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    Most of the international tourists coming to Ho Chi Minh City try to book a hotel room not far away from the myriad of attractions in District 1, also called Saigon. As the trends go to cozy boutique hotels instead choosing the impersonal high rising hotels typical for the mega-cities in Asia, it is utmost laudable that the […]

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    Many of us more mature travellers will recall the days of the traditional kangaroo route, with the first short sector on the way north and a stop over somewhere in Asia, and then the long sector to Europe after that. The ever changing world of aviation changed all that with the advent of what I call, the “super airlines” of the middle east, with Etihad being one that I have not flown on since its […]

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    Staying in a corporate hotel and I am not knocking them, can be a great experience, but many in which I have stayed, could be anywhere in the world. I like individuality and being different though and without doubt, staying in TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel, Brisbane, is definitely different and if you are visiting Brisbane, I urge you to give it a try!  You will not regret it! Boutique, contemporary and modern, funky and […]

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    “Where are you going” she asked as I boarded the train at North Sydney heading to the international airport? “Hong Kong for the Rugby Sevens” I replied. “My son played Rugby for Australia” she announced, “Whittaker was his name.” she shouted as she headed to the northern line. “That would be Chris Whitaker the halfback,” […]

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  • 04/20/18--07:02: Coral Beach Hotel, Cyprus
  • There are some hotels that leave an exceptional lasting impression and the Coral Beach Hotel in Paphos does just that. Situated on the beautiful, UNESCO protected peninsula of Akamas, the Coral Beach Hotel is as pretty as it is vast. Located on prime beach territory, visitors need only venture a mere 10 minute walk to […]

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    When Australia’s original Parliament House opened in Canberra, our bush capital, on September 12, 1927, the guest list of the Hotel Ainslie included the city’s main architect, Walter Burley Griffin, and John Smith Murdoch, who had designed Old Parliament House itself, now the Museum of Democracy. These days — as the Mercure Canberra — the […]

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    “What do the passengers around us think?” asks my seating partner ensconced in G on the other side of the four seater aisle. “I was wondering the same thing”, I replied. Robert, 2IC of the cabin crew introduces himself with a goodie bag with two of Canada’s and two of Australia’s main stream papers and […]

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  • 05/20/18--03:03: Seadream
  • A check on Google tells me Arctic P, the $80 million 87 metre yacht owned by the Packer family has been spotted in New Zealand. The Ruler of Dubai’s $400 million floating hotel Dubai, the third biggest privately-owned yacht in the world with a crew of 88 people, has nosed into its home port. Meanwhile, […]

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    It would take about two coaches and a few cabs to ferry the 115 passengers taking a cruise on a SeaDream yacht. Royal Caribbean’s giant Oasis of The Seas, pictured alongside, would require at least 118 coaches. The big ships offer up to 6,000 passengers balconies, New York style shows every night and endless activities […]

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    Ian McIntosh has just been experiencing Seadreaming – not cruising – aboard SeaDream II from Malaga Spain to Nice France. The first thing you notice about travelling on a yacht is the fact that nothing is too far away. No need for a lift although there is one available – from our cabin on Deck […]

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    Ian McIntosh has just been experiencing Seadreaming – not cruising – aboard SeaDream II from Malaga Spain to Nice France. There was just one day at sea on our 10 night itinerary – so we were greeted by a new port most mornings and we were usually able to walk into town in a few […]

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    Over the past few months I have conducted inaugural property & destination inspections of Da Nang, Hoi An and Ha Noi  all flying for the first time with Vietjet. My initial impression commencing with the on-line booking system was great with no issues at all. This was for my inaugural visit to Da Nang and […]

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    ASIA SPA RETREAT is a bespoke Wholesale Travel and Tour Operator specialising in Ladies Only Spa & Wellness Tours into Asia. It is so important all the right components that make up a Tour for example, Hotels and their services, DMC’s and utmost important, Airline/s that are recognised by travellers world wide for their service, […]

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