It’s now a time-old tradition: an airline comes along and wows us gullible public with what it insists will be the interior of its shiny new A380/787/777 – bowling alleys, private bedrooms and casinos – yet the reality never matches the hype.
A few of us have little girls under the age of three waiting for us at home every evening, so it’s no surprise to read that we’re suckers for cutesy videos of toddlers that make us laugh. It probably takes our mind off the reality of having young kids – food flying in all directions
Les Borjs de la Kasbah, a Hotel de Charme in Marrakech, and one of our clients, has been rightly recognised for its high levels of customer satisfaction and selected as the No. 1 Hotel in Africa and No. 22 in the world in the latest Expedia Insiders’ Select Survey (http://www.lesborjsdelakasbah.com/news.php).
Steering clear of the TripAdvisors, Expedias and WAYNs of this world, I’ve made a list of ten great, but lesser-known travel websites. Not that I don’t get out much during my lunchbreak… (This is not an exercise to plug our own clients this time – although many of them have stellar sites – that’s for another
Overseas holiday bookings, like any industry, suffered at the hands of this recession – the Euro struggled and jobs were endangered, leaving little scope for a summer holiday booking. But recent stories quote analysts as saying that Britain may already be slowly clawing its way out of the recession; that the nadir may have passed.