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Showing posts from August, 2009

Top 5.... Food Experiences

Hi fellow travellers! Our latest newsletter focuses on various food experiences our staff have encountered during their travels. From Satay in Malaysia to Lamb and Date stew in Muscat, we’ve had some fun trying out the local grub! Check it out: More details of our various culinary delights can also be found on our website: Bye for now! Darren

Another week.... even more great offers

Hi everyone, Blimey another week has pasted already, where does the time go? Anyway, check out this weeks great long haul holiday offers: Some great destinations this week, with probably one of my fav, Cuba fly drives. Cuba is an amazing place and the best way to do it is on a fly drive! Also we have a great Bali and Kuala Lumpur twin centre offer, chill out in gorgeous Bali before shopping for bargains in KL! Happy travelling everyone! Darren

Holiday Costs in Singapore

Mark was asked to get some up to date holiday costs from Singapore for one of our guests visiting soon. “Overall, the thing I found with Singapore is that prices vary depending on where you are, as they do in most major cities, so it's a case of keeping an eye on prices if you don't want to over-spend. Some parts of Singapore (mainly the office areas of the city centre or the expat hangouts) tend to be pricey (I'd equate them to London prices) but elsewhere it can be better value for money. If you like Indian food I’d recommend staying in the hotel we stayed in, the Parkroyal on Kitchener Road. This hotel is located on the edge of the Little India area of Singapore, so within two blocks of the Hotel are literally dozens (if not hundreds!) of dining options for Indian cuisine. Our best meal of our stay in Singapore (I'm travelling on this trip with my colleague Natalie, and it's her first visit to the region) was at a local food centre closer to the city centre, wh

Latest holiday offers

Check out our latest holiday offers: We have some great deal to the Maldives at the moment, especially the 5* Sheraton Full Moon, which Karen in our office loves! Or check out the deal we have to the Evason Hotel in Hua Hin. I stayed here in June and it is a beautiful hotel, perfect for a relaxing break....and what a deal too! See you soon! Darren

BA Club World and First Class service

Karen recently went to San Francisco with British Airways on a work educational (someone has to!) and flew out in Business Class and back in First Class, to fully test their in-flight service. “I’ve seen quite a bit of the world since I started working at Escape Worldwide, but never flown in any class other than economy, so this was a completely new experience and one I thoroughly enjoyed, as you can imagine! The difference between Economy and Business Class is very impressive, and I can now appreciate why people are willing to pay quite a lot of money for it - the main difference being the fact you can get a decent night’s sleep! There are about 20 seats in Club World (British Airway’s Business Class service) in pairs which are next to each other, but the two people are facing each other. There’s a screen in between the two seats if you wish to put this up for extra privacy – personally, my neighbour was such a pleasure to chat to that I didn’t feel the need for the extra privacy! T