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MUMBAI – AN UNRIVALLED TOURIST HUB!

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Why go to Mumbai There’s no escaping it.  Mumbai is gargantuous.  With an estimated population of close to 20 million people, it is India’s largest and most cosmopolitan metropolis, and the most densely populated city on earth.  Often dubbed India’s “city of dreams”, budding young actors and actresses flock to the city hope to join Mumbai’s ever growing “Bollywood” industry...

How To Pack For Your Next Trip

Every first-time flyer’s worst nightmare begins something like this. Your bag is packed and ready to go. Your book and iPod are ready to go in your hand luggage.  After shuffling your way through the crowds, you finally get on the plane. After the 6-hour flight, you wait for your checked baggage at the airport only to find it...

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No Jet Lag I'm particularly proud of this product as it's a Kiwi invention! For the modern or frequent traveller jet lag is all too common.  But it doesn't have to be, as this proven homeopathic remedy will help you "hit the ground running".  It won't spoil your holiday or work trip - even after your long flight. I first used No Jet Lag...

Mark Gwilliam

My idea of a perfect holiday I like to see or try something new and keep active by walking and sightseeing.  I don’t normally just blob out on beaches, as I can do that on one of several that are just a few minutes from home in New Zealand. Favourite place I moved to New Zealand 10 years ago and do not...

Revel in the Romance of Queenstown’s Old World Charm

Widely accepted as one of the most beautiful countries in the world, New Zealand boasts so many tourist attractions that beckon travellers from near and far.  Real Journeys will take you on an unforgettable trip on Queenstown’s Lake Wakatipu. Let the adventure begin aboard TSS Earnslaw Step aboard the illustrious passenger steamship TSS Earnslaw and take a cruise back in time....

Auckland’s Whale & Dolphin Safari Promises To “Make Dreams Come True”

I will admit that, since I was a freckle faced child, I’ve been fascinated with the grace and beauty of dolphins.  Ancient Greeks recognised their beauty and killing one was considered sacrilegious and punishable by death - they were called “hieros ichthys” or “sacred fish”. And so, exploiting a rare window of opportunity of “father and daughter” time, Auckland’s Whale...