Tag Archives Bangkok

Stepping into school-holiday mode

by Saturday, December 15, 2018

I’ve just stepped into school-holiday mode, alongside my annual, ‘Harvest Widow’ period. So, just as I wrapped my last trip for 2018 with "Getaway" last week, my Fresh Farmer hubby began the busiest period of his year, harvesting his crops. When single, I accepted this favourably and went off to visit friends. As a Mum, ...

Three nights in Bangkok

by Monday, December 10, 2018

What are long weekends for? A 72-hour adventure to Asia of course! So when Journeys to Come’s Jack Walden had the opportunity to meet a friend in Bangkok for a couple of days of rest and recreation, he took it. Jack Walden. After a somewhat short flight (well, from Australia anything under 12 hours is easy!), ...

A positive step for tourism

by Thursday, February 8, 2018

I do love a regional airport. When I was living in the city, the only ones I’d really visited were for "Getaway" and I just thought they were sweet little hubs, with lovely Grannies serving freshly made sambos, and wonderful art in the foyer. Hello Broken Hill, with your Pro Hart art. I’m looking at you! It wasn't ...

Making the most of your stopover

by Friday, September 8, 2017

The Stopover has become the Story! I know this because I was recently in Dubai filming hotels and activities for travellers - just like you and me - who are turning a stopover into a full-blown holiday. Travellers no longer just pass through the world's biggest airport; they're milking their flight path for all it's worth. I've ...