Five things you’ll love about the new Disney Fantasy

Five things you’ll love about the new Disney Fantasy Click here to find out more. I can’t help feeling a tinge of excitement which started with this article on the new Disney Fantasy, thanks to The Cruise Log by Gene Sloane. Vancouver was home port for the Disney Magic back in 2011 for theContinue reading “Five things you’ll love about the new Disney Fantasy”

Abu Dhabi one step closer to Vancouver.

ETIHAD ANNOUNCES CONNECTING FLIGHT FROM YVR TO ABU DHABI Great to see long haul destinations such as Abu Dhabi easier to get to from Vancouver Airport. I think this  being offered in light of the new service that Emirates have commenced from Seattle to Dubai. This opens up the whole country of United Arab EmiratesContinue reading “Abu Dhabi one step closer to Vancouver.”

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”

Rainbow Travel Blog 10thJune10

 Maui resort offers 50% savings Maui’s Honua Kai Resort & Spa has introduced a fall special offering travellers 50% savings on rates. Special fall rates start at US$263 per night for the Ohana Resort View category and 50% off published rack rates in Ohana one- and two-bedroom suite categories, based on availability. Rates are validContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 10thJune10”

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”

Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights.

Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights. Now that the Chinese government has finally granted Canada Approved Destination Status, the goal is to increase at least a 50-per-cent increase in the number of Chinese visitors by 2015. Starting in June 2010, Air China will add three more Vancouver-Beijing flights per week, going from seven toContinue reading “Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights.”

The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto.

The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto. There is still time to see a very important aspect of the Israeli and Jewish culture dating back thousands of years. “The words that changed the world”, that’s what the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) calls them Widely considered among the greatest archaeological finds of the past century,Continue reading “The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto.”


Well, how much better can it be living accross the road from the YVR 2010 Olympic Village with The British Columbia Mountains in the background and Vancouver’s version of Disney’s Golf Ball at Epcot-Florida. I took this picture this morning on the way to my travel agency office. Who says the sun never shines inContinue reading “VANCOUVER 2010 PREPARATIONS.”

Wild Wednesday’s Bargain’s to Mexico

Wild Wednesday’s Bargain’s to Mexico! ONLY $395.00* ALL INCLUSIVE, THREE STAR HOTEL, 7 NIGHTS. PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO, DEPART VANCOUVER NOVEMBER 12th or 19th 2009 BOOK ON WEDNESDAY ONLY,11th November and save $704.00 per person! *Based on double occupancy, taxes extra, prices in CAD per person.

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”