7 Alaska Daytrip Ideas

With Alaska season just around the corner Vancouver is getting ready for another busy Cruise Ship summer. So what is one to do when you get there, well here are 7 ideas with thanks to Travel Age West. 1. Get up close to The Alaska Wildlife There is an abundance of wildlife such as moose,Continue reading “7 Alaska Daytrip Ideas”

Tomas Reaks Havoc With Cruise Ships.

05 NOV 2010: St. Lucia was hit hard last weekend by Tropical Storm Tomas, then a category 1.  While the island’s tourism office says it is making a quick recovery, St. Lucia’s ports will remain closed to cruise ships at least through Sunday. Calls scheduled for yesterday and today by Princess Cruises’ Caribbean Princess, Carnival’sContinue reading “Tomas Reaks Havoc With Cruise Ships.”

Key West Is Closer Than You Think

Key West is an incredibly diverse tropical island. It is America’s most talked-about resort. My first experience of the island of Key West was a port stop on my Norwegian Cruise Line Caribbean adventure, like the other 660,000 cruise ship passengers who visit Key West every year to experience the beauty & zaniness that makesContinue reading “Key West Is Closer Than You Think”

How To Save Money On Your Cruise

Cruising is generally a great vacation value. Being in the travel industry for over 25 years, I’d like to share some ideas on how to save money on your next cruise. Book Early – Cruise Lines usually finalize their itineraries at least 12 – 16 months before the sailing date. Take advantage of their early bookingContinue reading “How To Save Money On Your Cruise”

Introduction to Rainbow Travel’s Blog

Welcome to the first post on my travel blog.  My inspiration for this sharing of travel related information stems back to my career in this industry.  Being a native resident of Liverpool, UK (aka “The World in One City”), this inspired me to change my career from Dispensing Optician to Travel Agent.  From working in theContinue reading “Introduction to Rainbow Travel’s Blog”