There is nothing like a global pandemic to test your metal when you work in the travel industry. I've been creating memories for people for over 40 years. and I wasn't going to let a Pandemic stop me. It was In 1978 I put on my BA Uniform and from there the story began; and after a lifetime working in resort, hotel and travel operations management , today I am still here helping people who want to see the world.
I’m a globetrotter; I've sailed multiple cruises (26 in total) and have visited 72 countries. I firmly believe it's a shame to fly over so many places without stopping off at least once or twice; it can turn a long haul flight into a real adventure, and as I get older Ive started to specialise in smaller ship cruises and expeditions offering a more intimate sailing experiences. I've crossed the Pacific exploring Hawaii down to Tonga, Samoa to French Polynesia to New Zealand and Australia, sailed around South America, enjoyed the Indian Ocean, and made the 7 day Atlantic crossing on several occasions - arriving into New York, and "inching" under the Verrazano Narrows Bridge as the sun comes up, glistening against the windows of the skyscrapers in Manhattan.
I've have a Master qualification from the Japanese National Tourist Office - I'm so proud of that achievement and have already helped many clients to explore this mysterious and exciting nation. And in 2020 I was accredited by the Vancouver Tourist Authority for West Canada. In 2019 I organised multi-centre itineraries to Italy, Croatia, Norway, Japan, Costa Rica, Chile and Peru, New Zealand, Australia, Hawaii and mainland USA, USA West Coast driving holidays, Canada fly-drives, Sri-Lanka, Malaysia and Indonesia wildlife holidays including orangutans and Komodo dragons!). I've planned city breaks, ocean and river cruises, with campervans, river boats, barges and yachts in the mix along with complex flight itineraries and group breaks for hen/stag parties and conferences. Honeymoons, anniversaries and special birthday celebrations have featured highly to some very exotic locations and a weekend in a log cabin in Devon. I'm also very excited to be planning an Antarctic experience for my clients with Hurtigruten for later this year, and a Svalbard trip to see the Polar Bears!
In 2020 I looked after my clients with a "whatever it takes" attitude; to get their travel reorganised, refunds made and crown myself the Queen of Travel Administration.
In 2021 we are moving forward, finally getting people to where they want to go - it's not easy and you have to keep your eye on the ball but it's possible.
If you ask me where is my specialist destination is..it's easy for me to pick. I have spent over 20 years of my life in Greece and Cyprus; I'm a fluent Greek speaker and every year I go home on an island adventure. I have also travelled extensively across Australia and New Zealand, the USA and Canada both for work and pleasure.
Travel Counsellors offer me the commercial services, business support and financial security that complement my business ethos and, which give my clients the backing of a powerful and dynamic business. We are completely independent unlike many high street or online travel providers and give me access to a vast array of travel providers and state of the art technology. but it's years of travel experience, as both a business and leisure traveller, which set a high standard for the level of professional and personal service that sets me apart from other tour operators and high street/online travel providers.
If you are tired of surfing the net, worried about getting things wrong, bored with faceless contact centres and are looking for a more personal touch to travel I am more than happy to be available at a time that suits you, including evenings and weekends as my hours are flexible.
My business is built on referrals and repeat business - why not read my client testimonials below and then call me to start your next adventure.
Whatever your holiday needs I'm here to help you, so simply give me a call or send me an email with your contact details on and I can get things started for you:-
I absolutely live and breathe travel and I love to write about my experiences! Please take a look through my posts - you might find your own holiday inspiration.
07 April 2021
Beyond the likes of the well-known Chinatown and Little India, Singapore is home to some more ‘off-the-beaten-track’ neighbourhoods which are well worth exploring! Tiong Bahru: the oldest housing estate in Singapore, this quaint community is an eclectic mix of old and new. Steeped in history, its transformation began in the 30’s and some of the landmark buildings from that era still stand today with Streamline Moderne-inspired architecture. In recent years, younger generations have moved in and there are now many trendy cafes to choose from like Forty Hands serving up speciality coffees. There's also independent bookstores such as Books Actually, and...
12 January 2020
Just recently we've seen so much media coverage on Borneo, and the plight of the magnificent Orangutan. From Judi Dench's adventures to BBC's Natural World and the latest BBC production, Earth's Tropical Islands. I watch them all, in awe of this charming ape. On my desk this year I have a National Geographic Calendar, gifted to me at Christmas and my January Pin Up, is nicknamed Oscar the Orangutan. I was told I should write a blog per month on each of the wonderful animals feature. So here I am ! In this article I wanted to share my ideas for...
12 January 2020
As you are on an island, we’ll add some more water based activities into the mix today with an exciting cruise along the Santubong Peninsular to spot some of Sarawak’s very own fascinating array of wildlife, such as the iconic Proboscis monkey, crocodiles and even the lively dolphins! Starting at Sarawak Boat Club you’ll head for the mouth of the Santubong River. Here, sightings of the Irrawaddy dolphins have often been reported. However, dolphin-spotting is not guaranteed, and it all depends on your luck. Your boat will then take you through the mangrove-lined rivers for a wildlife-spotting adventure. As it...
12 January 2020
A short internal flight of about 40 minutes takes you to Kota Kinabalu, the final leg of your adventure where the following day you will visit Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site and is the Centre of Plant Diversity for South East Asia. The Park boasts more than 5,000 vascular plant species and the Park has no shortage of fauna as well, being home to some 90 lowland mammal species and many others. A list of plants found here are the infamous Nepenthes rajah; the world's largest pitcher plant, Nepenthes x sukaibiensis; a natural cross-hybrid between Nepenthes lowii and...
12 July 2019
Hidden from the tourist trail for the moment at least, Cilento is one of the best kept secrets in Italy. I’d like to share my experiences of this wonderful area with you. Long a retreat for the chic Italians to holiday and stay cooler than in cities like Rome when the temperatures soar, the Amalfi Coast has kept its traditional Italian seaside retreat vibe with (mostly) rocky beaches, indulgences in a long lunches, shopping, siestas, Aperitivos and then indulgences in another long dinner. The people of the Cilento seemed to be a bit more like the coast itself: wild and rugged....
12 July 2019
You will not want to miss the charming medieval village of Teggiano which has a maze of ancient wobbly houses and streets and is, in my opinion, the most beautiful of the park’s villages. It dates from Roman times but the Norman Sanseverino castle dates to medieval times. It’s often called a mini-Rome with six churches, shady cobbled streets and four small museums hidden amid its tangled maze of alleyways. Great for a wander and a gelato! 28km west of Teggiano there is Roscigno Vecchia. There’s an eerie feeling here as it was abandoned early last century following landslides. There are...
30 June 2019
I bet it isn't miles of white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, adrenaline filled activities, delicious cuisine and really affordable luxury hotels? Well if you are planning a late summer, autumn, winter or early spring escape - tune in because this is just for you - there is an Emirate or country in the Middle East that will be right up your street. Bur how do you know which one to choose? I'm so lucky to have spent an extensive amount of time in the Middle East with family connections in the Lebanon which opened up a whole new exciting world to...
26 April 2019
It was International Day of the Penguin on 25th April. Probably a day that slipped past unrecognised to most, but it got me thinking again about Antarctica. If the last time you saw a penguin was at a zoo you really do need to get out more. In February 2016, I sailed a circumnavigation of South America and made several ports of call in the Falkland Islands, Argentina and Chile. Penguins were the order of the day most days from the Falkland’s onward, where daily encounters with penguins were the norm, along with dolphins and elephant seals. Now, I understand that...
21 April 2019
In the news and media a lot recently, and a country on so many people’s bucket lists…Japan. Slightly mystical and far removed from our society and culture, it sparks the imagination and ignites curiosity. I started planning my own adventure to Japan a few weeks ago after passing the Japan National Tourist Office Master of Japan Certification, so I thought I’d share with you my top 5 cruise ports in Japan. Of course, circumnavigating Japan by ship is one thing but exploring the interior is where the mystery lies, and a combination of the two is the perfect combo for...
21 April 2019
Sakaiminato This is a really “out there” pick, but I believe visiting a country properly means taking in a few contrasts. In the prefecture of Tottori Sakaiminato's claim to fame is the Matsuba crab – another opportunity for a culinary exploit. Sakaiminato is also the hometown of Japanese manga artist and historian Shigeru Mizuki. Although Shigeru passed away in 2015, his legacy still lives on through his weird and wonderful creations which line Sakaiminato’s streets. You will quickly find Shigeru is the local hero, as almost everything is named after him. Make sure you see the Kitaro statue, one of Shigeru’s most...
01 December 2018
One of the best experiences of all must be driving somewhere new and exciting. We've all had enough of the M5, M4, M6 by the time we put our out of office on...especially if you have a long commute. But a driving holiday can be hugely rewarding. Read on to find my top 3 destinations... Bella Italia As a specialist in Italy it was inevitable this would come first. The well know SS163, or the Amalfi Coast route follows the shoreline from Sorrento south to Salerno in Italy. This is one of the best, and most heart thumping coastal drives in the...
30 November 2018
Just how many parties can one fit into their diary in December – it’s excess gone mad! Another mince pie and that extra glass of mulled wine are outrageously tempting, especially when everyone else is getting into the "spirit" of things. If like me you follow a healthy lifestyle 10-12 months of the year you may be concerned that the festive season is going to send your healthy habits, into a downward spiral. Because once you start... Ok, so let’s focus and be a little mindful on some health-focused rest and relaxation. Let me take you to...... Bali - not as obvious as you might...
29 November 2018
So, what's wrong with taking a career break? Apparently, we all live longer now, so we have more time on our hands. I did it a few years ago - and it changed my life. Do you like the idea of a long, mid-career break to go do something really different? India is surprisingly the most popular of these locations thanks perhaps to the film, The First Exotic Marigold Hotel. Whilst this article is not about India it’s about the why - which is almost as important as the journey itself. Many of us obsess over our careers, work painfully long and...
14 September 2018
Ah Tenerife. What's the first thing that comes to mind? Package holiday hotels, bars and karaoke? Over the years this popular destination with Europeans has picked up quite a reputation for all the wrong things. When we say Tenerife, you are immediately pointed to the south of the island, with the usual big hotels and all-inclusive brands making their mark but if you venture to the north you will see a totally different side and a plethora of culture, history and spectacular scenery ripe for exploration. It's time to turn things around! Two of my favourite two locations are La Laguna and...
06 June 2018
I see part of my role as a travel professional is to promote travel to places that take responsibility for their footprint and actively encourage eco-tourism. You may have read in the press that The Beach is Thailand made famous by Leonardo di Caprio and the Island of Boracay in the Philippines have been temporarily closed in a bid to save the corals and give the eco systems time to regenerate. In truth it runs much deeper than that. Boracay has recently been described as a cess pit. Humans did that. In Mauritius the eco-tourism industry is expanding; with swathes of...
05 June 2018
In the 1980's I was fortunate enough to spend some time in Mauritius. I was writing a thesis for my degree in Oceanography. Mauritius is an island in the south west Indian Ocean around 2400km south-east of coast of Africa and 855km east of Madagascar. Back then we didn't know what we were doing to our planet. Plastic was big news in the 80's as it was seen as the new and better alternative to paper bags and adoption grew rapidly across the globe. Global warming was a mumbling in University lecture halls after its first appearance is academic journals in...
30 March 2018
These days we have apps for everything. Some are more useful than others and some you just can’t live without. At Travel Counsellors we have access to state of the art technology - you don't usually see it. When I'm researching and booking your holiday I use real time systems that reach out across many platforms to collate and deliver accurate information to build your holiday. Although it's not new, the myTC app is now something all my clients should have on their mobile devices. The myTC app is unique and enhances the personal service I offer my clients. But...
28 March 2018
With hundreds of islands, this is an idyllic location to hop on and off ferries and seek a new adventure every day. A green and lush version of the Greek Islands, this charming country offers something for everyone and is a walker’s paradise. On a trip I did in 2017 I flew into Split and took a 20-minute (17km) transfer to the Maksara Riviera and the town of Seget Donji on the Adriatic coast. The traditional Croatian style holiday village of Medena slopes down towards the sea and is connected by a seaside promenade with Seget, an old fishing village....
28 March 2018
Much loved by yacht owners, artists, celebrities, well-heeled visitors from Italy and holidaymakers alike, Fiscardo is one of Kefalonia’s most charming and elegant destinations. It is the northernmost town on the island and is a port (and fishing town) that offers ferry routes out to Ithaca ports of Lefkada and Frikes. It is beloved by artists for its Venetian buildings painted in pastel colours and the historic tavernas that look out over the water, not to mention the charms of the local fisherman who remain there despite the rising prices brought on by the influx of wealthy visitors. Fiscardo managed...
28 March 2018
Sweden is beautiful in the summer. It is gorgeous any time of the year! A few weeks ago, some clients asked me to put together a two-week itinerary for Sweden for their summer holidays. Too often Sweden is not even on the summer holiday radar which is such a shame. It offers a powerful combination of city, islands and countryside which offers the opportunity to experience many aspects of Swedish life and their gorgeous country. Collecting your car at Stockholm airport you'll drive to Malexander. It’s about 195 miles easy drive through the Swedish countryside taking you through some smaller Swedish towns...
28 March 2018
Arriving in Korcula you will be taken aback by the vegetation, the proliferation of vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Home to the enchanting old town, the island of Korcula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island, stretching nearly 47km in length. It's made up of dense woodlands with numerous pathways ripe for walking, leading you to quiet coves and small sandy beaches which you'll find along the steep southern coast. The northern shore is flatter and pebblier. It's a traditional place, very Croatian where you can still see live folk music and dances being performed. It's a wine-lovers paradise with some...
24 March 2018
There is so much to Sydney; its young and vibrant population of many cultures. My recent three-night stop off in Sydney was exciting. It was at the end of a cruise from San Francisco, although slightly tinged with sadness disembarking the Queen Elizabeth in the pouring rain (yes it rains in Australia). A swift transfer to our hotel in Darling Harbour was pre-arranged and early check-in meant we had the whole day to start discovering this really interesting place. Darling Harbour is a great place to stay as you are on the edge of everything, in particular the area of...
24 March 2018
I’m not sure that February is the right month to visit San Francisco but wherever you go you will need very deep pockets. This is one of the most expensive places I have ever visited, and certainly kept my wine habit in check. Visiting anyway in the US shortly after an election you will feel the out pouring of emotion and a certain post-election fever. I always had certain iconic ideals of this city probably after hearing so many popular songs in the 60’s and 70’s. However, rest assured no one wears flowers in their hair here anymore. In fact,...
01 December 2017
I took a long look at the huge map which covers an entire wall in my office this morning before I started planning today's article. I often refer to this when talking to clients looking for holiday inspiration. I realised that for as far north I was going to travel on my adventure I would also be moving east. Tracing a longitude of 18.955324 downwards from Tromso I would be in the same parallel as Cape Town in South Africa 18.423300. Leaving Tromso and sailing overnight we will reach The North Cape at Honningsvåg late morning after a few short...
01 December 2017
We will arrive in the small town Kirkenes around 9am, located north east in as far north in Norway as you can go. It's the capital of the Barents Region and the gateway to the east. We are talking Russia and Finland - Lapland country! Guess I would have missed Santa in March? The Kirkenes Snow hotel is my next destination, open between December and April (subject to global warming) it is built from ground up every year. The picture above is the lobby bar. I mean who wouldn't want to sip a vodka here? The temperature inside is a constant...
22 November 2017
Arriving into Tromsø, the "Capital of the Artic" 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle with its large islands and high mountain back drop will spark excitement. It's said Tromsø has a mild climate because of the gulf stream, so somewhere between 0C and -9C isn't that cold... really! I last came here many years ago on a conference in the summer and experienced the midnight sun. This time the sky will be very different. We will arrive around 14:30 and as the sun will be setting around 17:00. I will be in a hurry to disembark to get to those...
21 November 2017
The Lofoten Islands have beckoned me for years; I have absolutely no idea why. The sun will be setting as we sail into Stamsund, but I feel sure we wont miss the soaring Lofotveggen, rough and ragged peaks, misshapen and multi-coloured mountains as a backdrop to the westerly skies. Throughout the night we will drift through this Nordland archipelago making our stops; I think it will be a night when I don't sleep. This rare wilderness landscape tempered by the Gulf Stream has a mild climate, majestic mountains and deep fjords, vast colonies of seabirds and long glorious beaches. If the lights...
20 November 2017
As I've previously mentioned Hurtigruten are working ships which have sailed along the Norwegian coast since 1893 bringing much needed supplies and post to remote towns. After a few days of taking in the sights of Oslo and Bergen and having spent my first night on the MS Nordlyss we will have already made a few overnight and morning stops. Firstly at Florø (meaning strong stream) once a centre of herring production now a supply base for the petrochemical industry, then Maloy and Torvik, and the spectacular Hjørundfjorden - until our first point of disembarkation at Ålesund, a port town at...
19 November 2017
As my itinerary "topping" continues before the big voyage, I know I need to be in Bergen (Bryggen) for the Hurtigruten departure at 11pm. My train gets in at 3pm so I have a few hours. I'm quite a laid-back person and I don't like rushing things. After a long 7-hour train journey I think I would probably want to chill out and take in this gorgeous city. Bergen has an ice-free harbour sheltered from the North Sea by a chain of islands (not I'm not going swimming) and is sometimes called ‘The city between the seven mountains’. It also has...
18 November 2017
When going away on any sort of trip I always look to maximise the time I have by doing as much as I feel comfortable with - I call it top and tailing. In my article "Planning an Adventure Day 2" I wrote about my choice of ship for the coastal exploration side of my adventure. Today I am looking at taking the train between Oslo and Bergen, courtesy of NSB (Norges Statsbaner AS) or the Norwegian State Railways. I've read numerous articles about this seven-hour journey; it's considered one of the world’s most scenic train rides bringing you across one...
17 November 2017
With all trips there is a start date and end date, because we all have commitments and a set time span to do things in, unless we are really fortunate, and I'm not there yet! In working out how best to spend my days I've made a list of all the things I want to do (you will find this list in Part One if you missed my opening article). Norway is a long country with approx. 14,000 miles of coastline, and land borders of approx. 1500 miles with Sweden, Finland and Russia. Planning is everything and I want to...
16 November 2017
As many of you know, I started in travel in 1978 and the travel bug has never really left me. I work at home now and run my own business as a travel professional who "delivers travel solutions to people who want to travel". I'm part of Travel Counsellors Ltd. Every day I have access to hundreds of airlines, suppliers; I attend webinars and supplier days and come away armed with brochures, pens and key rings and lots of inside information. I've been to Norway so many times; on a cruise ship bobbing around the Fjords, on a business trip bobbing...
01 April 2015
Darwin was my first Australian experience which really having now seen much more is the real scene setter for this wonderful country. I flew into Darwin from Singapore; the vastness of the landscape strikes you and the colour green is vivid and contrasting to the deep blue sea. This won’t be everyone’s bag, but to say it’s something completely difference won't over egg the stark contrast between Darwin and other major cities on this vast continent. Having been totally rebuilt since Cyclone Tracy devastated the area on Christmas Day in 1974 it’s a selection of quick rebuilds with the...
01 November 2014
We arrived in Colombo to a colorful sweaty hustle and bustle to start our two-week adventure; met by our enthusiastic driver Sammy we joined our private transport, luggage stowed we started on the hectic drive through the capital of Sri Lanka. Nothing prepares you for the array of colour and smell and the disorder of traffic. A front seat in the bus is not for the faint hearted! Our drive to Galle took several hours but we made stops at the Turtle Sanctuary at Bentota and Hikkaduwa along the way. Amazed by the beauty of the island we arrived in Galle...
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Penryn, 15 July 2021
Absolutely amazing service from Vanessa. We have used her services a few times now and she always goes above and beyond what we could ever expect. Will always book our holidays with her and would recommend her to everyone with complete confidence
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TRURO, 15 July 2021
Vanessa is absolutely incredible, the service she provides is second to none. Even in the middle of the pandemic she has gone way over and above what we expected. Thank you.
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TRURO, 15 July 2021
I wish had found Vanessa de Vere years ago, the best holiday planner ever!
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TROWBRIDGE, 28 October 2020
Thank you for your help in booking our upcoming break in Lanzarote. It is good to know you are there as back up should we find we have any problems or queries. Thank you for your note, we both appreciate your help, time and advice, not to mention your patience while I dither with indecision.
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Truro Cornwall, 01 April 2020
Fantastic support at a very difficult time. Vanessa couldn't have done more.
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Southampton, 07 February 2020
Perfect and knowledgeable service as always
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Penzance, 23 January 2020
Professional service with the personal touch
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Penzance, 16 January 2020
Vanessa is fantastic! She's very very knowledgeable, and a pleasure to work with.
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Truro Cornwall, 25 October 2019
Vanessa made the whole process so easy and really listened to what was important to us and created our perfect honeymoon that we will remember for the rest of our lives. Thank you.
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Helston, Cornwall, 25 October 2019
Vanessa is very helpful & has helped us arrange 3 trips now. Ha e recommended her to various people & would continue to do so.
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Penzance, 25 October 2019
Vanessa is the best travel counsellor, we will definitely use her again ! We can't thank you enough for arranging our honeymoon, she listens, understands and finds the best solution for everything.
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Truro, Cornwall, 06 August 2019
Vanessa made my business trip to the USA ....SUPER easy!
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Wadebridge, Cornwall, 06 August 2019
I have found Vanessa's service extremely helpful and professional, and have already recommended her to one friend.
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Penzance, 06 August 2019
Excellent service, very patient, hugely knowledgeable, and made everything as easy as possible. Thank you so much Vanessa
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Penzance, 29 April 2019
Quick easy simple personal service. Thank you
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Truro, Cornwall, 27 April 2019
Vanessa has really gone the extra mile (or ten!) to support us and enable our slightly complicated travel plans come to fruition. I would recommend her to anyone planning a recreational or business trip - she's a delight to work with.
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St Just, Penzance, Cornwall, 20 April 2019
Always so quick to respond. Excellent service
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Helston, Cornwall, 20 April 2019
I’ve already recommended Vanessa onwards. I heard her first do a talk on using Travel Counsellors services, and was most impressed. Although I’d already booked my holiday elsewhere, I decided to use her for the pre flight accommodation and attractions.
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Cornwall, 25 March 2019
Quick easy simple no hassle and very professional, yes do it again straightaway. thanks.
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Truro, 25 March 2019
Best at tailoring travel advice to the individual
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Penzance, 25 February 2019
Vanessa is amazingly good at her job and lovely to work with. Thank you Vanessa!
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Penzance, 20 February 2019
My experiences under Vanessa's care have been wonderful and I would recommend her and her fellow travel counsellors to all of my friends travelling anywhere - she is phenomenal
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Helston, Cornwall, 15 January 2019
Vanessa has been so helpful and has now arranged two holidays for us, both of which are exactly what we wanted. We're really pleased with the level of service we have received. Vanessa is always helpful and friendly. We would definitely recommend Vanessa.
Sent in by Jane Clay
Plymouth, 14 November 2018
Can't fault Vanessa, excellent service every time.
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Truro, Cornwall , 29 October 2018
Vanessa managed to understand exactly what we were looking for in our holiday to South Africa and she conveyed her own excitement at finding the right sort of accommodation, a decent flight and everything else. She was a real pleasure to deal with.
Sent in by Diane Robertson
Melton Mowbray, 17 October 2018
Vanessa was very efficient right from the beginning even despite taking on the job from another travel counsellor after commencement. She followed up any query immediately either directly or with a third party. She was friendly and informative, providing feedback in a very timely manner. She also was empathetic when it came to dislike of the use of technology, which was very much appreciated. The result was the acheivement of a long awaited holiday in Tuscany which was memorable. I will definately use her again, and refer her to others.
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Melton Mowbray, 12 September 2018
Vanessa was always available to answer any question and if not she would get back to us very quickly. She used her knowledge and that of others to put together a fantastic round the world trip for us that included all we had asked for. Would happily recommend her to any one thinking of planning a long haul trip
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Penzance, 27 August 2018
Nice lady. Polite, articulate and extremely knowledgeable about travel.
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Cupar, Scotland, 14 August 2018
Fantastic service, very knowledgeable and thoughtful in her recommendations
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Helston, 13 August 2018
I would like to have put 11/10 !
From the pristine white-sand beaches of Thailand’s idyllic islands to the sprawling wide-open roads of the USA; the historic and breathtakingly beautiful architecture of India to the crystal-clear turquoise waters of the Maldives – there’s a world of wonder out there and it’s just waiting to be explored.
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