How To Be An inclusive Travel Company

There’s been a big push for inclusivity amongst BAME influencers, bloggers and writers in the past couple months. Along with those representing other minorities such as LGBTQ+ and single travellers. Following global movements such as BLM and Pride, companies have been showing an effort to send minority writers on press visits to hotels, employ a […]

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living with quarantine – through the eyes of a travel agent

Following from my previous post, where I explained what it was like living in a safe bubble-like island with no coronavirus cases… I wanted to get a different perspective from someone working in an industry, in Guernsey, that relies on that bubble being popped, safely. Luckily, in the UK, things are looking up for my […]

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The island that became covid-free

When I permanently lived in Guernsey, we used to say it was like living in a bubble. A place that was safe, secure and a sense that you were somewhat disconnected from the real world. But never did we think this would become such a reality as when coronavirus arrived. Guernsey became the first island […]

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Boarding Post-Pandemic

Queues will be longer… Check-in will be longer… Masks must be worn… All discussions of flying in the post-Covid world. Which, if you ask me, aren’t going to put me off at this stage. I’m, quite frankly, missing the repetitive announcements of “a bag left unattended will be removed and maybe destroyed”. I’m even missing […]

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Hang in there

With a Selection of Ophir PR’s Hammock Holidays. Note: I appreciate that we are all living through difficult times right now and COVID-19 has stalled our travel plans. I, however, hope the below blog can offer a bit of light content in the interim before life returns to normal. 14th June 2020…// Whilst we sit […]

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This Cocktail is like Velvet

“Hi girls, is it your first time at the 1 hotel? … You like gin? I’d recommend our finest cocktail with Hendricks gin, 24 year infused champagne and Cuban salt mined specifically for you this morning” You may sense a slight exaggeration. But to us it sounded as impressive as that. We only wanted a […]

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Sunset Pier – The name is in the Picture

As my friend and I swam in the warm waters of Florida we heard a familiar voice. It wasn’t a familiar person but instead a familiar accent. English people! They overheard us and jumped into our conversation about the soft sand… It really was like candyfloss. Moving on from the discussion of the sand we […]

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How much for a Tuk-Tuk?

Well, we learnt the hard way that tuk-tuks are very, very cheap. It’s our first day in Cambodia and a while since we’ve seen each other seeing as my travel buddy and I live on opposite ends of the globe. Travelling all the way from Australia and England our first point of call is a […]

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Closest Pub to a Church in the British Isles

The ability to touch a wall of a pub and a wall of a Church at the same time is not common… So uncommon in fact that the ability to do this in the British Isles only comes around in one location… Guernsey. Guernsey in the Channel Islands is a 9 by 5 mile island […]

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The Butt Brigade. A new movement in Guernsey

The name of this article may have caught your eye and perhaps that’s the reasoning behind the name. But the Guernsey butt brigade has bigger ideas than just its name. On the first Monday of every month the Guernsey Butt Brigade meets in the main town of St Peter Port to collect harmful waste abandoned […]

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