Author Archives: Eagle Travel
After spending a fantastic few days in Cape Town, I headed to the next destination on my South African Adventure; the Mala Mala Game reserve. A 2-hour flight from Cape Town we touched down at Skukuza Airport – a tiny building where our luggage w...

With a miserable UK forecast, 3 friends and I decided on a last-minute trip at the beginning of October. We quickly settled on Malaga – just 2 hours away, as the destination for our 48-hour getaway!       Often overlooked...

From time immemorial, the shores of Japan have been the first part of Asia to be awakened by the morning sun. Each day this country, consisting of four main islands in the Pacific, would emerge again from darkness into light.  A country I have been...

One of the many privileges of my long career in travel is to explore new River and Ocean-going ships, which is why I was excited to cruise the Danube aboard the beautiful AmaMagna in November. Launched in May 2019 she offers new innovations in Riv...

Sorrento is a popular Italian holiday destination with many people going for a week-long duration, but we found it a great place for a short break. We chose a 4 night stay at the Hotel La Vue D’Or which due to its elevated position enjoys wonderfu...

January, as you know, is cold over here, so along with “her indoors” we decided that it would be a great idea to find some sun and to also relive our enjoyment of wildlife. It meant combining a land safari and linking it with a cruise so we could...

Thailand had always been somewhere myself and my nieces had wanted to go, so using my experience I designed a great itinerary for us all! We flew with Thai Airways to Bangkok, an excellent airline and I would highly recommend them. Then a short fl...

Australia is one of those destinations that is on most people’s travel wish list, including that of my 10-year-old Daughter. I’ve been lucky enough to visit this spectacular country that has so much to offer. We started our journey with a 3 ni...

As my niece now lives and works in Dubai, my sister and I took the opportunity to visit her in October. Having previously visited Dubai in June 2018 when I found the temperature unbearably hot, I found it a lot more comfortable this time around. The...

All aboard the newest Luxury Cruise Ships  Cruising used to mean formal dining, limited ports of call and seen as a holiday to be enjoyed by those of a certain age – and bank balance, but in recent years there has been a shift. Thanks to innova...