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More of Craig Travel's Staff and Group Escort's Favourite Memories

 

While cruising may still be something far off in the future for many, all of us at Craig Travel have been dreaming about our next voyage and thinking back fondly to the wonderful journeys we've taken in the past. We asked some more of our staff and group escorts what some of their best cruising memories are, along with their favourite cruise lines they can’t wait to return to. What's one thing everyone seems to have in common? Not having to unpack, of course!

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As summer winds down and a new season peaks around the corner, thoughts and plans are turning towards brighter days and hopefully a return to some normalcy. We are cautiously optimistic as we finalize destinations, itineraries, dates and contracts for 2021 and beyond. In this issue of Travel Talk our theme touches on cultural greetings from around the world. What a timely topic as we explore how countries welcome their international guests as destinations start to relax their arrival restrictions.

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With over a quarter of Costa Rica's land being protected in the form of national parks and reserves, this country has earned its reputation as one of the world’s most eco-minded countries. Costa Rica is world renowned for its tropical rainforests, abundant wildlife, windswept beaches, magnificent mountains, cascading waterfalls and active volcanoes.

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The stunning Douro River flows across Northern Portugal with its banks scattered with hilltop vineyards, villages and heritage sites. Visiting this enchanting part of our world introduces us to the history, culture and world-renowned wines of the Douro Valley. On our upcoming river cruises, visits ashore offer opportunities to see wineries, castles, museums, monasteries, quaint villages, plus after embarking, the journey continues with a visit to

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Craig Travel's Staff and Group Escort's Favourite Memories

 

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Years from now, when future generations look back at 2020, this year will no doubt be remembered as a challenging rollercoaster ride complete with loop-de-loops and more downs than ups. Despite this ride continuing through the summer season, humanity is persevering and we are seeing headway being made and positivity on the tracks ahead. While we have seen many regions around the world improve, we are also watching with trepidation what is happening in others. Positive news about a vaccine is also starting to develop, which is probably the best news we have had in months!

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Indochina Waterfall

People travel for many reasons. For me, I do enjoy the culture, the sightseeing, a good shopping trip, delicious meals (I am a foodie after all), but it is the rich history: past, present and future in the making, that add all of those destinations to my must visit list. I crave to learn more about why a country is the way it is, why the locals do what they do and what their lives are truly like. My greatest souvenir is the one you can’t buy.

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To experience the excitement of this region at least once in a lifetime is a must!  Extraordinary landscapes, people and wildlife in one of our world's most beautiful corners awaits your arrival in the future. 

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Now that we’ve entered the height of summer, a backyard tasting can be a fun (and safe) way for you and your closest wine loving pals to enjoy the outdoors and try something new. Hosting a wine tasting with just you and your partner, or with your circle of ten while safely maintaining social distancing, is a fun way to spend a summer evening while breaking up the monotony of quarantine life. And best of all – you get to drink wine! We’ve come up with this easy guide to help inspire your own outdoor wine tasting, including some wine recommendations from around the world.

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The Danube River is the second largest river system in Europe and has been inspiring artists, poets and musicians for centuries. Considered by many to be the beating heart of Europe, central countries such as Hungary, Austria, and the Czech Republic are all interconnected by the arteries of the great Danube River. The cities, towns and villages that line the Danube River banks are architecturally beautiful and vividly alive with history and culture.   

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