Posted on Feb 26, 2010
I just have to share this with you all…….
A lovely client of mine called me today, and it was good to chat to him as we hadn’t spoken for what seemed like ages. I asked him how he and his wife had enjoyed the full world voyage I booked for them last year. He told me that they had thoroughly enjoyed it, but they wanted to go somewhere different this year!!
And you think I’m joking………
Posted on Feb 25, 2010 1 Comment
I am really pleased to find this article on the Travolution website . They do say that everyone has their fifteen minutes of fame!
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
The highlight of a cruise for many passengers is the Baked Alaska Parade. So, when you want to have this cruise highlight without going on a cruise, you can prepare your own Baked Alaska at home.
Posted on Feb 2, 2010
I had many calls about my previous posts (here, here and here) about Cougars Cruises. There seems to be a high demand, both from Cubs and Cougars for this kind of activities.
So, I had a look and found out that there are still sailing options, organised by “specialised” companies. When you look at their sales talk, it looks a like like the “singles” cruises (see here for that).
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
Posted on Jan 7, 2010 1 Comment
Well, not literally, rather he ditched his car! This is what happened to Head of Sales and Operations here at Cruise.co.uk, Andrew Adler, early this morning as he was making the 35 mile daily drive into our office. Fortunately Andrew was only shaken up by the incident and the damage to his car was minimal. We look forward to seeing him back in the office early tomorrow, all in one piece!
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
On a recent trip to Barcelona I visited this wonderful Park – an absolute must for anyone visiting the city on a cruise. The park is one of the architect Gaudis most universal artworks, and it is inspired by English style gardens. It is a testimony to Gaudis capacity to find solutions in a rational and creative manner.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009