It’s been years since we came back from our trip in Western Australia. We had wanted to write down our journey and memories we had but was a bit too occupied with work and other daily matters. Anyway, here it is, better late than never. Brownell travel advisors are largely recognized as the very best in the world in terms of expertise and professionalism. Our travel advisors are encouraged to specialize in several destinations and travel types in order to offer clients true insight and also to deepen our team’s collective knowledge. Beware of the holiday travel agents who claim to be qualified to plan your very complicated independent tour of any destination on the planet – you’re much better off working with someone who knows a lot about several destinations, instead of a little about a lot!
Outbreaks of dengue fever and Chikungunya, both transmitted by mosquitoes, have been reported in recent years, with the first recorded outbreaks of Chikungunya being in 2012, the first descriptions coming from West Sepik (Sundaun) Province. Both virus infections are transmitted by daytime biting mosquitoes so travellers should take steps to avoid mosquito bites. See Fact Sheets and Travel Health Reports.
I would rather write a glowing review about a company than write about problems, and I have shared fabulous reviews about companies that have gone above and beyond what was expected. Not just travel companies-a few companies that have wowed me with their service are Garmin, Sunset Produce, and JC Penney.
We initially thought we would take the bus (colectivo) to the ruins, and then I happened across information about an amazing private tour guide operator. I contacted Monica via email to make arrangements. You can find more reviews for her on TripAdvisor, and she has a Facebook page titled SOY La Pesera Our excursion was a bit unusual, as we had friends who happened to be staying at a resort in Cozumel at the same time we were staying at Luxury Bahia Principe Sian Ka’an Monica picked up our friends at the ferry dock in Playa Del Carmen, and then she picked us up at the resort for our day.
An illness that commenced in northern Uganda in early November 2010 has been confirmed as Yellow Fever. As of January 2011, more than 200 cases (more than 50 deaths) have occurred in 12 districts in northern Uganda. There is concern about spread to other parts fo the country. Health authorities wil be implementing a mass vaccination program against Yellow Fever, proposed start date is 22 January 2011. Travellers are reminded to be in date for Yellow Fever vaccination for travel to Uganda and other Yellow Fever endemic countries. See the personalised Travel Health Reports and Fact Sheets for further information.