Luxurious houseboat, River Dream Boatel, recently named one of the Best Floating Accommodations in the World by the UK Telegraph has announced a new concept in houseboating. Designed for singles and couples, the concept encapsulates an all inclusive fully escorted luxury gourmet escape in the intimacy of a small group for singles and couples.
Tired of travelling solo because your mate’s just don’t want to go when you do? New website GoPal meets this need by matching like-minded travellers using criteria such as gender, age, interests and destination. The brainchild of avid traveller Bruce Southerden, GoPal launched in December and already has hundreds of members from all over the world.
Membership is free and open to everyone, anywhere, not just singles. Nor are members limited to finding just one companion at a time or a companion in their own city or country. Continue reading GoPal: The new app that lets you swipe left or right to find a travel buddy
Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts continues to realise their dream to maintain its vision of maintaining a sterling reputation as an innovative luxury hospitality brand. Employing 13,500 staff at 22 properties in 8 countries, they break new ground with their first luxury “eco conscious” resort, Jumeirah at Saadiyat Island Resort, set on the pristine shores of Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi.
Research from YouGov on behalf of Priority Pass , the world’s leading and original airport experience program, has found that the trend for experience over material goods is global. Surveying over 3,000 people in Australia, China and South Korea, and more than 10,000 globally, the data shows that respondents in APAC all overwhelmingly value shared experiences — which manifests most clearly in the form of holidays.
– Global research finds holidays are the most valued in terms of how respondents spend their time and money
– 39% of people in Asia Pacific say they enjoy exploring other cultures overseas
Adventure seekers, history buffs and sailing enthusiasts will have the chance to take the voyage of a lifetime as part of the crew on the magnificent replica of James Cook’s 18th century vessel HMB Endeavour. The Australian National Maritime Museum has announced Endeavour’s 2019 voyage program and is now calling for applications to sail.
On 28 January 2019 Endeavour will depart from Sydney for Hobart, to take part in the “Parade of Sail” at the Australian Wooden Boat Festival. The Festival is a four-day celebration of maritime culture and the biggest event of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, bringing together over 500 boats in Hobart’s iconic historic waterfront precinct.
There’s cosy and there’s this! 28 square feet (2 metres long x 1.3 metres wide), making Le Bar European, the smallest bar in Australia. “You could be one of only four people allowed at this exclusive bar at any one time,” says Julie Blyth, who founded the business in 2017 with husband Michael Blyth. “The bar holds a liquor license which allows a maximum of four customers at a time, with European Beers and Australian wines on offer.”
Sitting in the GlowGolf Docklands’ Glow in the Dark Miniature Golf complex in the waterfront area of Melbourne, Victoria, ‘Le Bar Europeen’ has an Italian ambience and has been designed to look as though it has been around for over a hundred years.
The District Docklands shopping centre
Shop: NW F05 Star Cres, (First Floor)
Level 1 / Shop 35 Star Cres
(Opposite Artvo and next door to Dialogue in the Dark)