Monday 09th September 2019
In a nutshell
TripAdvisor is refuting claims by consumer rights group Which? that it has been failing to stop fake and suspicious five-star hotel reviews. It says an investigation by Which? is based on a ‘flawed understanding of fake review patterns’ and relies on ‘too many assumptions, and too little data’.
Industry takes action to help Bahamas hurricane recovery
Cruise lines are rallying round to help the Bahamas following the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian.
The death toll has climbed to 30 and is expected to be even higher. Prime Minister Hubert Minnis described the worst areas as being ‘decimated’.
EU confirms no change to UK flights until at least October 2020
UK airlines will still be able to operate flights between the UK and the EU until at least October next year after the European Commission extended the deadline in their unilateral contingency legislation, released today.
Under previous legislation the deadline for this contingency was set for March 2020, but this extension will now allow customers to book their travel further in advance in the confidence that flight schedules will not be affected, said ABTA. Continue reading
We are very proud to announce that Maggie is now An Elite Canada Specialist.
A fabulous 60th celebration!
6th June – arrive at airport with our party bags in VIP lounge lounge.
I came upon the Faroe Islands completely by chance – I saw it as a backdrop in a music video. Hauntingly beautiful music (so duly added to my music collection) against a hauntingly beautiful backdrop (so duly added to my adventure collection).
Here’s Maggs displaying her new model Aircraft that Air Canada kindly sent to her after a training day last week.
From Charles & Sue Morris:
Thank you Travelwallet for your excellent organisation of our trip.
What a fabulous holiday we have had at Sun Island in the South Ari Atoll of the Maldives.
Just a very few of the many photos we took during our fantastic holiday to Namibia.