Our Top Five Destinations

New York

WE LOVE NEW YORK! As do our clients. It’s a place where you can fill endless days of activities or fill days sitting in a quiet corner of a park reading a book and watching the world go by. New York is filled with some of the world’s best museums, restaurants, buildings, sporting and cultural events. There is something for everyone in the city that never sleeps. Erin was lucky enough to have been to New York twice now and has fallen in love with it. Ask her for her recommendations!



A country stuck in a time warp. It’s where dilapidated buildings and classic cars are the quintessential backdrop for smiling locals and magical moments. It can be one of the most frustrating countries you can visit, yet at the same time it’s one of the most special. It’s where music is life, history is everything and where Skippy is the much-loved favourite Australian. It is the perfect time to visit Cuba – with new bars, restaurants and experiences starting to grow for the tourist market; but still maintains the authenticity of an untouched culture and place.



If you are a lover of stunning views of snow-clad mountains, glaciers, fjords, historical buildings and land masses surrounded by water; then Scandinavia is a must see. Oh, and Vikings! As a lover of medieval history and all of the above, as is Heather, then Denmark, Norway, Sweden and I am going to unofficially add Finland to the mix, this was the perfect place for my family. Of course, the seafood is scrumptious and aplenty, the famous Danish open-faced sandwiches (Smørrebrød) are delicious and who can go past the Danish Pastries.



The perfect mixture of serenity and chaos. Sit back on a junk boat and watch the limestone islands of Halong Bay pass you by; cross the street teaming with motorbikes in Ho Chi Minh City or get lost in Old Town of Hoi An with it’s shops and restaurants. It’s a country that is filled with incredible sights, delicious food (we never had a bad meal), ancient temples and a rich history.


Germany & Austria

Concentrating on the South of Germany and in particular ‘The Romantic Road’; Heather and her husband motorbiked through a picture of lush meadows and mighty castles, wild rivers and medieval alleyways – the Romantic Road begins at Würzburg and ends in Füssen looking over the Alps. It is here we experienced the Bavaria of picture book fame with such romantic adventures like the Neuschwanstein Castle and traveling to where the ‘Hills are Alive’ in Innsbruck; surrounded by the Alps.