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Active Retirees : Active Retirees April-May 2012
14 | www.probussouthpacific.org TRAVEL NEWS Luxury in Halong Bay Cruise Vietnam’s Gulf of Tonkin and Halong Bay in luxury aboard the new Au Co ships. The two vessels, launched in March, each have 32 cabins, all with private balconies, fine dining restaurants offering eastern and western cuisines, bars featuring cocktails, draught beers and strong international wine lists, jacuzzis and spas. On three-day, two-night cruises, guests can kayak, snorkel, swim, cycle and fish, or just rela x and enjoy the luxury on board. Travel guide What: Au Co Cruise Where: Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam W: www.luxuryhalongbaycruises.com E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: (+84) 462 698 528 Beauty on the high seas Cruise the Fijian Islands while soaking up the expert knowledge of New Zealand-based fashion experts Cheryl Polwart and Karen Matich along with Debra Sadranu of Senikai Spa. Captain Cook Cruises’ first ‘Pamper Me’ Yasawa Islands cruise departs Port Denarau on 12 June, with guests spending the four nights at sea visiting Fijian villages, swimming, snorkelling and taking part in fashion and beauty workshops to feel and look good. Topics include avoiding fashion disasters, detoxing, the dos and don’ts of makeup application, weight loss and addressing the needs of specific skin types. Travel guide What: Pamper Me Yasawa Islands Cruise Where: Departs Port Denarau, Fiji When: 12 June W: www.captaincook.com.au E: email@example.com T: 1800 804 843 (toll free) Hua Hin, approximately 200km from Bangkok, is a haven for travellers looking to escape the frenetic pace of Thailand’s major tourist destinations. The resort town – also a working fishing port – has long been a favourite destination of Thai royalty, and its world-class golf courses, temples, palace, beaches and dramatic landscape are now attracting the attention of international tourists. Accor's new Ibis Hua Hin, the eighth Ibis property in Thailand, opened earlier this year and boasts easy beach access, proximity to the popular night markets, and 200 affordable, contemporar y rooms. The eight-hour breakfast – running from 4am through to midday – is sure to be a drawcard. •• Travel guide What: Ibis Hua Hin Where: Hua Hin, Thailand W: www.ibishotel.com Ibis lands on Thai beach
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