April 11, 2018 agentsia

Autumn Newsletter

Hello Travellers,

I am a little late in sending out the newsletter as we are so, so busy!   I hope you are all well and looking forward to your travels ahead.   Since our last newsletter it has been “heads down” with our busiest time of the year for bookings and processing and we are certainly envious of some of the itineraries we have been piecing together!
We enjoyed our annual pilgrimage to Coolum over the Christmas & New Year period and Mum caught up on her years’ worth of sleep as usual. It seems like a lifetime ago now!
I attended our Network Conference in Byron Bay in March staying at the Elements Resort.   It was a great conference and Byron Bay is as lovely as ever.
 
Over Easter I also spent some time in Brooklyn, (NSW, not NYC!) and Crescent Head and can highly recommend them both. The whole area is stunning and driving on the beautiful beaches was a real highlight.

Robyn went on her European Winter Adventure and you can read her post-holiday interview here.

Lots of you also have been out and about experiencing some pretty fantastic places recently too and I have included some client pics below, so awesome!
 
I am lucky enough to be heading to Chile next week on an Educational with LAN Airlines & South America Travel Centre.   Whilst I have been to Santiago before I am far too excited to see Patagonia with the famous Torres Del Paine National Park and also the Atacama Desert in the north.   I will be sure to fill you in in the next newsletter and keep an eye out on our Instagram (@eitravel) for “live” updates from my travels.

 I wanted to draw your attention too to our website because:
1)  It just looks so nice, and
2)  To show you the new Cruise tab we have had recently installed. It’s a brilliant tool to search cruises to suit all tastes and budgets and the latest specials are also available for viewing here.  You can click to enquire with us from here and then we can handle the rest.  
3)   We have also put some specials on here along with our newsletters and any blogs we feel may be of interest (with all our spare time!)
 
We are always trying to find ways to help old Mother Nature in here, and the Travel Industry just loves a piece of paper!   We understand sometimes you just may feel more secure with hard copies of your documents but we would like to remind you that most of your Travel Documents can be sent to you electronically thus saving a tree or two and also some space in your carry-on luggage (double bonus!).   Some documents still need to come to you in a hard copy (especially the fancy ones) and of course if you prefer the hard copies we will always be happy to send these to you along with the beloved Freddos! 
That’s it for our world this quarter, I’m keeping it short and sweet this time!   Below are our regular sections for your enjoyment.   Be sure to follow us on social media via the links below for up to date information, inspiration and a bit of fun. 
Until our Winter Edition, we wish you safe and happy travels!

Þingvellir, Iceland

Susie & The Team 
(Jannene, Robyn & Rochelle) 
#neverstoptravelling

A Maui Sunset

Travel Tips

Check out the Smart Traveller Website
(have you got the picture yet?)

Never ever leave home without GOOD Travel Insurance 
When using Credit Card Insurance always get a copy of the PDS from your bank
and compare it with a comprehensive Travel Insurance Policy

The DFAT website has some brilliant information on all countries, economies around the world

Cute Folk in Aruba

 

Fun Facts

 

If you wanted to spend a night in all of the city’s hotel rooms, it would take you no less than 288 years to accomplish this.

Benefits of travel are almost immediate. After only a day or two, 89% of people experience significant drops in stress.

Citizens of Monaco cannot legally gamble – the famous Grand Casino de Monte Carlo is only for tourists.

Thorong Pass, Nepal

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