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Read our most recent newsletter for some unique travel experiences and Holiday inspirations. Traveltime Newsletter Issue 18 - Winter / Spring 2012 Happy reading! Traveltime  

KENYAITIS !!! Well what can I say I have officially got the disease called “Kenyaitis” I was warned about this when I visited.  They call it this because once you have been you will want to return. I went out there in September this year and although this was my 2nd trip was just so excited in returning again. We arrived in the North of Mombasa after travelling overnight with Kenya Airways and was transferred to the Travellers club and hotel in Bamburi Beach. ...

Magical Morocco – An out of the ordinary family break Offering lively souks and miles of golden coastline, Morocco is an appealing destination for a sun-drenched and out of the ordinary family break. Outside the tree tops are reddening and the temperature is cooling. Trips to the park are no longer lingering, sun-baked affairs, but rather a bracing opportunity for my toddler, Josh, to crunch his scooter through heaps of dry, auburn leaves whilst I admire the beauty of...

Top 5 Holiday Facts about The Gambia If I'd be given the choice I probably wouldn't have chosen The Gambia to visit (being a beach sort of girl!) but there I found myself at 6 in the morning at Gatwick, cold outside (and raining), waiting for my plane. 6 hours later I was in 32 degree sunshine, no jetlag (they are only 1 hour behind of us), and about to experience a really great country - I've listed my top 5 things to know about the Gambia below. Gambia is situated in be...

2010 was a difficult year for many, including those in the travel industry. However, we all need our holidays and for that reason we have continued to provide many for our regular and new clients. In 2010 Traveltime expanded with the opening of two new branches - in Weybridge and Henley on Thames. I hope you enjoy reading our Newsletter which hopefully will give you some good holiday ideas. Traveltime Newletter Issue 16 - Jan 2011 Happy reading Traveltime

Its hard to believe that it is now 18 years since we set up Traveltime in 1993. Have a read of our most recent Newsletter for holiday ideas from around the world.  We started with branches in Watlington and Beaconsfield and have expanded steadily from there. We will be introducing offers and initiatives to celebrate our 18 years in business so look out for our news/events page on our website coming soon. Traveltime Newsletter Issue 17 - Summer/Autumn 2011 Happy ...

This year there are some great value holidays on offer with great Holiday Advice from Traveltime. In some cases to use that hackneyed phrase ‘ we have never had it so good’. Well in the case of holidays this may well be true. The economic troubles of countries such as Greece, Spain, Portugal are well documented.. Their tourist industry has suffered along with everything else and as a result they are keen to encourage more visitors. So there are some excepti...

It is difficult to summarise simply all of the regulations and risks, so if in doubt speak to one of our travel consultants. Holidays are enjoyable and we do not want to be killjoys by talking about all of the bad things that might happen when you book a holiday. In recent years, however, the failure of airlines, hotels and holiday companies has meant that many would-be holidaymakers have had their holidays ruined and lost considerable amounts of money. More worryingly due...

Global warming, climate change, CO2 emissions are increasingly in the news. Tourism itself can be responsible for destroying the very places that we visit. In response to these ever growing concerns Traveltime is working with holiday companies that are committed to protecting the environment and working responsibly to ensure that tourism does not destroy places visited by putting investment back into local communities. Holidays by rail do help save the environment. A rail ...

There are times when all men need to earn a few brownie points with their other halves! I was offered some advice by a good friend of mine which I thought was most helpful. He was taking his family for a half term short break to Istanbul. The expert local guide who took him and his family to Hagia Sofia, the Blue Mosque, Cisterns, monasteries, boats on the Bosphorus and saved them from the charms of the pearl sellers in the Grand Bazaar. His daughters tested the spa facilitie...