Season’s Greetings From John & Nilla

December 14, 2019 john 0 Comments

Hi There,

Welcome to this week’s Travel Hub.

I wonder what New Zealand has done to be on the receiving end of another tragedy? Our hearts and thoughts go to the people who have suffered both from the cruise and the locals who will feel the ongoing effects…

I am not sure what we can learn from this terrible event. Perhaps it was just a case of wrong place at the wrong time.

So let’s move to something a little lighter hey?

Looking Back At The Past Couple Of Months…

Wow, what a couple of months its been here at Travel With Purpose. Back in October, we started our four-day week… By all accounts, it has been well accepted. Thank you.

Wow, what a couple of months its been here at Travel With Purpose. Back in October, we started our four-day week… By all accounts, it has been well accepted. Thank you.

I know Nilla is really appreciating a better life balance.

She is loving her swim at Middleton Beach on Mondays.

Click on the image to the left to watch the video.

 

– Christmas & New Years Open Hours –

As Christmas rapidly approaches I wanted to pre-warn you of what our office hours will be:

We will close on Friday evening the 20th December and not reopen until Tuesday 7th January 2020.

However, while we won’t be in the office Nilla will be checking for calls and can be reached directly on her mobile in case you have something urgent.

 

Are You Single or Alone This Christmas?

I know it can feel just the opposite of what everyone wants us to feel… Lonely and stressful.
Remember if you are wanting to get away at the last minute for Christmas, then reach out, as there are some super value options available. The social interaction of a group might just be the tonic for you!

In closing for this week, I would like to acknowledge the tremendous support you have given us and to say it is very much appreciated.
Enjoy a rather warm to hot weekend, and remember if you live in Albany to appreciate this wonderful climate in its abundances.
With Purpose.

John C. Spark