Tips for Weddings Abroad

When we decided to get married abroad, we quickly realised that the help of a Tour Operator was needed. Having found some recommended ones in a magazine; we discussed our requirements with four and quickly scaled it down to Tropical Sky. They are specialists in weddings abroad and with the help of our own dedicated bridal co-ordinator, we always felt …

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Temple of Amun, Luxor

When travelling to Luxor, a visit to the great temple of Amun at Karnak is not to be missed! Karnak Temple is the single most magnificent monument in all of Egypt as it was the premier site of worship for most of the New Kingdom, Libyan and Saitic Pharaohs who all made additions to it during their reigns. As a …

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Singapore Sling

When visiting Singapore, a trip to Raffles is a must! It first opened in 1887 and is a beautiful colonial style building. I thoroughly recommend stopping by the Tiffin room for the most delicious high tea which is served daily from 3.30pm — 5.30pm and serves wonderful food including hot and cold savouries, alongside the best cakes in the world! …

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Diving on the Great Barrier Reef

Having never been diving before, I was slightly apprehensive about jumping into the deep blue sea and going under! After a very involved briefing and medical, I was certified fit to meet the fish. This was only a short introductory dive, but where better than on the Great Barrier Reef itself. I found the process of breathing came quite naturally …

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Underwater ‘Spa’ing

When booking your once of a lifetime trip to the Maldives, if you select Huvafen Fushi, then ensure you book your spa treatments as early as possible. They have an amazing underwater spa, which really can’t be missed but does get really booked up in advance! Ensure you ask for one of the underwater rooms, which you pay a hefty …

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Hanging out of a helicopter over the Okavango Delta

Being terrified of flying didn’t really seem an option when invited on a ‘Once In A Lifetime Trip Flying Over the Okavango Delta’. I started off at the crack of dawn and met the pilot who seemingly thought and subsequently tried to convince me that he had the best job in the world — I was sceptical! He calmly explained …

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