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Canada say hi to Kate and Wills

Kate and Wills Clemmie
6 July, 2011 by Clemmie

Over the last few days all eyes have been on Canada and, whilst there’s no denying that Wills and Kate have handled their first foreign tour with impressively assured grace, the host country has looked equally great in the limelight. The Royal couple’s first tour has provided a global stage ...

Why choose Cook Islands? We quiz the tourist office

Cook Islands Clemmie
24 June, 2011 by Clemmie

In the latest instalment of Travel Secrets from the Red Chair Peter Stephens and Clemmie Harvey are joined by Andy Price from Cook Islands Tourism to explore the underappreciated tropical charms of the Cook Islands. With the Rugby World Cup just around the corner it’s the perfect time to highlight ...

Booking travel is quicker, easier and safer by phone

DialAFlight Clemmie
24 June, 2011 by Clemmie

Anyone who has used DialAFlight before knows that booking travel is easier and safer by phone. And with all calls answered within 5 seconds by a real person, you'll save time too. ...

Australia is still amazing value

The Olgas Clemmie
24 May, 2011 by Clemmie

Tourism in Australia suffered a difficult start to 2011 when Cyclone Yasi ripped through Queensland leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. The Sunshine State, a sizeable chunk of which saw significant flood damage, is regarded as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and has long been a ...

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