Following on from my Baggage Savvy Blog, I wanted to discuss the issues of taking extra baggage with you when you go on Tours.
I appreciate when you have a cruise included in your trip you want to look nice but you really do have to be aware of all the facts when deciding what to pack and how much to bring.
Over the last week there have been serious issues for customers travelling into China or hoping to on the 144 Hour visa waiver. Passengers who have checked with the embassy before travel and met the criteria to travel have still been turned away and seemingly randomly.
It is a sad time in Travel.
Like many in my tight-knit industry, I am very shocked at the loss of Thomas Cook (1841 – 2019) and my heart goes out to all the employees some of which are dear friends and ex-colleagues both in the shops, in the field and the airline staff who have now lost their jobs.
Cruisers, in general, are a friendly outgoing bunch. Over the years I have booked many couples who have met on cruises and now cruise quite regularly together. It’s also great for the single scene with most cruise lines seating singles together at dinner and having ice breakers for them to meet early on in the cruise.
Have you been to somewhere unusual, somewhere amazing and not well known.
When you talk about it do people say where is that?
We are always looking for unusual places to add to Land Tours and I would love to hear some of the places you have been or perhaps you have not been but want to?