My parents started traveling in their 60s. They booked their first night in Athens and from then on found their way via trains and accommodation across Europe.
I envy them. To feel ‘safe’ I need to get a bit more planning under belt, but no way do I want to find myself on a busload of people all going to the same place.
A new option I have just come across from UK based eShores is a multi centre holiday. You choose from their range of options, where you want to go and they make it work for you in a personalised itinerary.
I am always keen to see off the beaten track, but I am also keen to learn from others to have done it before, and who can recommend the best way to get from A to B to C, while diverting via Z!
Australia – this is my home country, so I was interested in what kind of itineraries eShores would have. Their base package seems to be from 2-3 weeks, prices include Flights, Hotels and Transfers. There are several here that really tempt me.
Rock and Reef – 14 days that take me from Singapore to Sydney, to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Great Barrier Reef.
- Islands and Reef – 14 days visiting Sydney and Brisbane with the Whitsunday Islands, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef.
Golden Triangle and more – here they offer an itinerary that includes the Golden Triangle of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur with a visit to Kerala.
- Delhi and Kerala – Even better I think – to combine the full on life of Delhi with time to relax and unwind in Kerala.
What do you think
– will a multi centre holiday help you to travel well?
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