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Wild, wonderful, scenic, breathtaking and historic are all words that I would use to describe our Craig Travel trip to Ireland in September 2016! From the time we arrived to the time we left, our needs were very well taken care of, and even a little damp weather at the beginning did nothing to dampen our spirits! Travelling in a large, comfortable tour coach, our friendly and extremely skilled bus driver/guide Brendan drove us safely along many narrow and winding roads, entertaining us with his tremendous knowledge and local insights.

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Tuscany is not the kind of place one would call a once-in-a-lifetime journey; not the kind of place you cross off your bucket list when you get home. Once is simply not enough and once you’ve been, you want to return. There is an undeniable charm in its stunning landscapes, rolling hills, neat vineyards and ancient hill towns alive with a joie de vivre that casts a spell on all who venture there.

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A new marketing campaign and the benefits of a drop in the exchange rate resulting in better value, resulted in a record breaking number of overseas visitors in 2016.  Canadians spent a whopping 505 million pounds, up 24% with visits up 12% to 643,000 from January to September 2016.  When considering inbound visits overall to the UK, there were a record-breaking 28.1 million visits from January to September 2016.

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The World Tourism Organization predicts that China will become the largest travel destination by 2020 when some 137 million international visitors will visit. This is a far cry from the early days of tourism when I first visited Beijing and the Yangtze River, travelling on one of the legendary “East is Red” river boats. That was another time and another story. I have been fortunate to visit China several times and every time is a brand new experience. Today the country offers some of the world’s finest hotels and experiences that can only be found in this amazing land.

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Did you know that only one of the original seven wonders still remain today? The pyramids of Giza still stand, while the other six have been destroyed over time by various events; war, fire, natural disasters…The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (Turkey), The Colossus of Rhodes and The Lighthouse of Alexandria (Egypt); all are gone.

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Machu Picchu is truly spectacular! No wonder it is now one of the new 7 Wonders of the World.

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I have just returned from a new and exciting journey down the mighty Mekong River through Cambodia and Vietnam. This region of the world offers much to the adventurous cruiser, from vibrant markets, sleepy towns, smiling faces, varied temples, and unique cuisine. All along the way, I was treated to the comfort of the rv Tonle Pandaw and its wonderful and friendly crew.

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A few years ago, during the land portion of the Craig Travel "Alaska/Yukon Cruise/Tour", something special happened while our coach was winding its way along the scenic, but nearly deserted roadway in Alaska. Someone yelled out "bear!" Our driver safely stopped and pulled over to the side of the road.

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Land locked between China and Russia lies the truly remarkable land of the Great Mongolian Empire. Roslyn and I explored this land in the summer of 2015, following a very similar path as the one planned for this coming journey. It was one of our most unique journeys in many years, offering experiences to be found nowhere else in the world.

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Here is a small ship voyage on arguably the finest expedition vessel on the seas, the National Geographic Explorer.  The experience will allow you to soak in the heat of Iceland’s thermal baths, feel the spray of its thunderous falls, and explore the cool urban capital of Reykjavik.

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