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Journeys : Dec2011 Jan2012
Kingston Shop 49A Channel Court Phone 6242 3211 Glenorchy Corner Terry Street and Main Road Phone 6212 9500 Launceston Corner York and George Streets Phone 6335 5655 Devonport 119 Rooke Street Mall Phone 6421 1977 Ulverstone 38 Reibey Street Phone 6425 8050 Burnie 24 North Terrace Phone 6434 2955 Here, there, everywhere with RACT Travelworld Meet an RACT Travelworld Team Leader Rudi Jacker How long have you worked for R ACT Travelworld? I’ve worked here for the past 3 1⁄2 years. I have worked in the travel industry for 37 years and love the industr y. What is your favourite travel destination and why? Austria, because of the laid-back lifestyle, mountain scener y and the fr iendly, interesting people. Which country would you like to visit next? I would like travel to Egypt because it is the start of civilization and I have seen the areas of the world that came after, such as Greece, Italy and Europe. So it would be good to see where it all started. What do you like to do when not working? Play golf, snow skiing and bush walking. What would be your dream holiday? To tour the Middle East, especially Egypt and Jordan, to get a better understanding of the Muslim culture. What do you like about working for R ACT Travelworld at RACT House? The R ACT staff and management have created a very friendly environment to work in and for my clients to experience. The new building is at the same time very professional and welcoming – it’s a fantastic place to work. Free Travel Information Sessions: 19 January Amazing Africa with APT 24 Febr uar y Vietnam with Jenny Fulton 30 March Self-dr ive in the UK 26 April Independent USA Which ship is for you? Large resort style ships – 1600 to 6000 passengers – offer a w ide range of entertainment including cabaret shows, choice of eateries, bars, back to back activities and kids programs. Mid-size ships – 600 to 1600 passengers – fewer public spaces and less glitzy entertainment. Decent range of activ ities with opportunity for quiet times. Limited choice of dining venues. Boutique small ships – 50 to 600 passengers – offers choice of luxur y ships to the most basic expedition ship. Luxur y ships offer award-winning food and wines and provide unique experiences and oppor tunities to do once in a lifetime activities. Emphasis is on excellent service. Exciting news Following on from all this information on cruising – we have our own exciting news! R ACT Travelworld has launched Tasmania’s first dedicated Cruise Travel Centre. Situated at 110 Collins Street Hobart, this office’s focus is purely on providing you with that specialised detail to make sure you get the right cruise for your next holiday. It is said that once is never enough when it comes to cruising, so ring Mike Pigden and his team at Collins Street – they will tell you that ‘the best cruises start here!’ December 2011 / January 2012 63
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