Category - Travelling With Vision

18
May

Making Air Travel Comfortable with comfortable pricing!

Even though domestic airlines seem to be cramming us in like sardines and charging us for meals and baggage these days some long haul carriers are focusing on passenger comfort. Now you don’t have to fly business or First anymore to enjoy more space and better food. One such airline is Air New Zealand and […]

13
May

The Land of Kung Fu

The Complete Guide for this Kung Fu Tour I am delighted to welcome you to our 2011 Group Tour Departures. I have designed exclusive escorted tours and groups to the Sources of Kung Fu and other “Hidden Knowledge” which is available in the World, for whom has the desire to FIND! Everyone’s Path is different […]

13
May

The Land of Tai Chi

The Complete Guide for this Tai Chi & QiQong Tour I am delighted to welcome you to our 2011 Group Tour Departures. I have designed exclusive escorted tours and groups to the Sources of Tai Chi & Qi Qong and other “Hidden Knowledge” which is available in the World, for whom has the desire to […]

12
May

The Miracle of Flight!

Do you ever wonder about how amazing it is that we travel by plane to places all over the world in less than a day and hundred years ago it would of taken us anywhere from a week to a month to cover that same distance? I just recently went to a travel conference for […]

10
May

An Argument for Travel During Turbulent Times – NYTimes

I am frequently asked, where would you NOT go. I just read this marvellous piece in the New York Times by Paul Theroux. It seems to me to clearly reason why travel is still pretty safe for most of us, and a compelling opportunity to experience the world beyond our neighbourhood. View the article here: […]

10
May

Silversea – Aland

Aland. Pronounced almost like Holland, without the “H”. What a charming, beautiful place. We arrived at 12.30, and were greeted by a local band, in a fabulously clean port. I joined our group of twenty or so for a cycle ride, and we went around 20 kilometres, slowly, firstly through town, then to a beach […]