Sara is one of Fred Olsen Cruise Lines' executive chefs at sea.
This Week: Gillian Williams, homeworker, The Cruise Village.
Searching for crocodiles or river dolphins and helping locals learn to cater for tourists is all part of the job for Lee Sheridan. Here he describes what it’s like living and working in Myanmar.
The Travel Village Group’s Sarah-Nova Pattison was ‘blown away’ by how much she enjoyed Miami, as well as by Norwegian Cruise Line’s new ship, Norwegian Escape.
Hays Travel’s Petersfield branch manager Fiona Jeffery spoke to Jennifer Morris about her team raising money for a much-loved local charity by making and selling bandanas for dogs.
Jennifer Morris heads to Glen Travel in Blantyre, Scotland – an agency with a tour operator. She chats to retail manager Michele Lister and director Alan Glen, who is also Scottish Passenger Agents’ Association president.
From organising a team of 36 passionate entertainers to ensuring lost toys are returned to their young owners, Butlin’s Micheala tells Juliet Dennis what it’s like to be a Redcoat
Hays Travel agent Sophie Brown had never seen a cruise ship before heading to Miami to experience NCL’s new vessel, Norwegian Escape on a trip she described as ‘amazing’.
Hollie-Rae Merrick spends a day in Portsmouth with the team filming Planet Cruise's new weekly YouTube show
Andrew Rowdon set up a wedding gift list service, Panndorah – The Perfect Gift List, for honeymoon clients five years ago. It is working so well he is now selling the service to other agents.
Miami and the Bahamas were dream destinations for Joe Field manager of Hays Travel Boscombe, who was made to feel like a star on a Norwegian Escape trip combining the best of cruise, shopping and beach holidays
From navigating rough seas to dealing with emergencies, the captain of Azamara Journey tells Amie Keeley what it’s like to command a cruise ship.
In the first of a new series, Hollie-Rae Merrick spends a day with manager Lisa Robinson and staff of Fred Olsen Travel’s best-performing shop, in Colchester
Travel agency owner Bridget Keevil set off last August on the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race, raising money for Abta LifeLine. Sadly, eight months into the race, she was injured during the sixth leg of eight and has just returned home early.
Marie Rowe decided to return to the travel industry 10 years after leaving her job as a high street agent. She has just set up her own franchise business after becoming one of the first agents to complete Travel Counsellors’ Return To Travel programme.