Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & Podcast

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Gary Bembridge's Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & Podcast. Based on 1st hand experiences from the 130 days a month he travels for work and pleasure.



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Cruise Shutdown: What To Do About Cruise Bookings and Plans With everything going on in cruising at the moment, and the cruising shutdown, I’ve decided I’m not going to post any regular cruising content until the shutdown clearly ending and l...

What are the 8 big downsides of cruising and how should you deal with them? What are the biggest downsides, cons or negatives of cruising? In another article and video I explored the positives and good things about cruising, but now I want to explore...

The best and worst things about staying local to a cruise line? The ins and outs of cruise loyalty programs. I’ve been looking at loyalty programmes with cruise lines and looking at the pros and cons of staying loyal to a particular cruise line. Cr...

The best and worst things about staying loyal to a cruise line? The ins and outs of cruise loyalty programs. I’ve been looking at loyalty programmes with cruise lines and looking at the pros and cons of staying loyal to a particular cruise line. Cr...

Can Your Job Get You A Cheaper Cruise? Did you know that there are a whole range of jobs or industries where by doing a few simple things – or even just asking – you can actually get cheaper cruise fares? This is not something I had realised unti...

What are the seven best things about cruising? We often talk about the cons – I have a whole other video where I talk about the negatives – but what are the biggest pros of cruising? I’m going to explore the positives and list what I consider t...

You are about to discover some key things to consider about cruise line excursions. And, importantly, 9 reasons not to do them! Is it best to explore using the excursions offered on board, or would you rather strike out on your own? I thought it woul...