About Me

Hi there, My name is Isabelle, I'm 31 years old and I live in a small village in a lovely part of rural Lincolnshire with my husband Carl who I married on the beautiful island of Rhodes in 2012, our daughter Lexi who is 6 and our son Oliver who is 3. Oh…

Posted on Oct 24, 2019

Its been a good while since I was last able to bring you stories of an adventure aboard a fabulous new cruise liner but my dry spell is due to come to an end this month as I fly out to Germany with a handful of Cruise.co.uk buddies to be…

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Posted on Oct 10, 2019
Brits held ‘hostage’ in China!

China is a destination on the bucket list for many of us. When we think of China we imagine most of us envision the sun setting over the famous Great Wall, the calm waters lapping at the shores of the iconic Summer Palace and of course the mysterious expressions chiselled…

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Posted on Sep 26, 2019
What the demise of Thomas Cook means for you

You will likely have seen the sad news this week that after 178 years in business Thomas Cook lost their ongoing battle to save their struggling company when the banks refused to further refinance their debts. Over 22,000 jobs have been lost and it is estimated 120,000 holiday makers are…

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Posted on Sep 10, 2019
Another World First, but which Cruise Line this time?

So we've had carousels, surf machines, sky dive simulators, robotic bar tenders, monstrously scary water slides, aqua parks, sky ride peddle cars, dodgems, ice rinks, rock climbing walls, real grass lawns, 55ft dive boards, laser tag, panic rooms gosh you name it...ships these days seem to have it all. Recently…

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Posted on Aug 27, 2019
The Earths Lungs are Burning

The Amazon is the largest tropical forest in the world, covering more than five million square kilometres across nine countries: Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela. It acts as an enormous carbon sink, storing up to an estimated 100 years worth of carbon emissions produced by…

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Posted on Aug 7, 2019
Trouble in the Gulf creates trouble for cruisers

British cruise line P&O have today announced they are pulling one of their vessels from her Dubai and United Arab Emirates season planned for October 2019 through to March 2020 due to ongoing issues in the Persian Gulf, leaving thousands of holiday makers having to rebook their planned trips. It…

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Posted on Jul 22, 2019
Cruise Ships Still Rescuing Migrants

The Marella Discovery is the latest vessel to have found herself undertaking a rescue mission as she sailed close to the Greek mainland over the weekend, reportedly saving 111 migrants including 33 children from their stricken boat which was found in distress some 40 miles off the coast of Greece.…

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Posted on Jul 8, 2019
Sunbathers narrow miss with a body that fell from the sky

Strange news in the papers this week as a Londoner's sunbathing stint was disrupted by the body of a man falling from the sky and landing in a Clapham garden just feet away from where the occupant lay dozing on his lounger. A Kenya Airways flight was on its final…

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Posted on Jun 21, 2019
Could Virtual Reality be the end of Tourism as we know it?

You may not be a fan of gaming or own a Playstation, Xbox or similar but there is no denying that video gaming is going from strength to strength and as time goes by, technology becomes more and more advanced to a point where it can successfully replicate the real…

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Posted on Jun 7, 2019
TUI Compensation Cop Out

Do you know your rights when it comes to delayed departures and situations arising where you miss part of your holiday? There are regulations and laws in place these days to protect clients from losing out when airlines have 'operational' issues leaving passengers waiting around in the airports for longer…

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