scales - Answered a Question by owen (17 Jan 08 20:28)

We went on an alaska trip last year in May & the weather was beautiful, but at every port we were told how lucky we were, "It's usually raining". We took ( & some stuff was left unused) hats, scarves & gloves, thermals, pullovers & the like, fleeces & anoracks. And suncream! get to do the White Pass Railway in Skagway, it's very good with great scenery.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Gabbie - Answered a Question by owen (21 Jan 08 21:49)

For June, we took lightweight sailing macs with hoods, lightweight leather jackets, T shirts and some cashmere pullovers. When necessary, we layered up. I don't think you will need thermals or gloves just prepare for some rain and enjoy!!

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Helen Henderson's blog

1.00 to secure your cruise

By Helen Henderson

Yes 1.00We are offering a low deposit of just 1.00 per person on 2019 cruises to help you secure that launch bargain.Its now the time of year that the cruise lines release the availability of there cruises and 2019/20 is now on sale for some and I am always asked when is the best time to book ……NOWGet the early launch deals that are available at the moment and relax knowing that you have secured your trip.I have clients that have not yet booked 2018 summer sailings and are now rea...

Read More

Mar 20 2018 08:43:41:000AM

2020 cruises on sale- Whats the rush?

By Trevor Smith

Trevor Smith's blog

So 2019 to 2020 cruises will be well on sale by this time next week and a question quite often asked is what is the benefit to booking so early?We are all different and normally will be looking to get from our cruise memory and experiences something different to the next person.If you want a particular cruise, cabin, dining time, maybe it’s a group celebrating an occasion then these are good reasons to book early.Others want the best price possible and will wait for a late deal, this is...

Read More

Mar 15 2018 08:00:17:000PM

The Perks Of Working In The Tr...

By Collette Apak

Collette Apak's blog

Working in the travel industry people seem to think we are able to get all our holidays for next to nothing. The truth is sometimes we get a discount, but often it’s no more than Joe Public would be entitled to. Don’t get me wrong there are definitely perks. I am in a position where I have access to enter competitions that are not open to the general public and I have done rather well over the years. In the past I have won a two week holiday in Florida, a two week holiday to China...

Read More

Mar 20 2018 08:15:03:000PM