Having moved on from buying air tickets I took the step of becoming a member of both SQ and QF points schemes.
Tools used this year are:
Woolies everyday card $89 for QF point per dollar on MasterCard.
Amex Ultimate $495 less free ticket PER-SYD-PER at 1.5 points a dollar on QF.
Westpac Platinum Kris Flyer at $195 with a point a dollar Visa until March15th and 1.5 points a dollar on Amex.
CitiSelect $749 for QF point per dollar.
Biggest issue has been getting
Hi Folks ~ This is my first blog!
I own a company that specialises in arranging tours and travel to Myanmar (Burma). I'm very interested in trying to improve and grow our business by determining exactly what traveller's to Myanmar are intersted in and what their expectations might be. If anyone's interested in discussing this, I'd be delighted to learn more.. Travel safe!!
Well, please may I say that each and every one of you with negatives need to reavaluate just why you go away and even go back to a place again. My family and i had 3 weeks in a Villa in Seminyak in October, how great was that, our own chef cooking any and every thing that we wanted, Bali Deli down the road that have all the goodies including French and other wines, all so nice. The Earthquake in october demolished the Shopping complex as mentioned , a make shift one is around the corner, still
After a few issues during my Jetstar flight from Melbourne to Denpasar (JQ35) on the 26th December 2011, the flight attendant recommended I contract Customer Care at Jetstar, he gave me a business card with the details of Customer Care. I sent email to Customer care on the morning of the 27th December 2011 (and a further 4 times since then as I had no response), it is now 13 January 2012, and I have not received any correspondence (not even an automatic email or manual emails from them) from Jetstar
Today I was woken at 0400 by the light being switched on. Due to poor planning by higher up I was accommodated with the boys. With the light being switched on one of my bosses leapt out of bed in his jocks. Whoa, a sight for sore eyes. We boarded 2 buses and to my amusement headed to arrivals, which I learnt was the location for GROUP CHECK-IN. After waiting for a Japanese group to check-in whilst simultaneously eating their cut lunches it was our 50+ groups' turn. The hurry up and wait continued
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