I have been at TTG for four years, after returning back to the magazine in May 2014 from a seven month sabbatical travelling the world. I oversee the news team, ensuring that the magazine is always on top of the latest breaking stories from the travel trade. I also cover the cruise patch, following all the new ship launches and latest issues from the sector. If you have a news story, email me at email@example.com, or follow me on @ttgtravelqueen
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Agents must remember to keep innovating and should be focused on targeting the Millennial generation, even if they do not currently sell to them
- Princess launches single-brand agent portal - which sister lines may join
- Record number of Brits took a trip abroad in 2014
- Cruise still needs to do more to make sector 'fresh and appealing'
- Will the new tourism minister Tracey Crouch play ball?
- Cook still has chance to win back support, says expert
- Corfu deaths: Former MD accuses company of 'losing sight of human side of tragedy'
- British tourist found dead in Thailand
Recent blog posts
After two and half months in Asia we landed back into the western world with a bump (and a shock to our bank balances) to explore Australia’s east coast.
We travelled down through Laos to Vang Vieng - once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
From Luang Prabang we travelled down to Vang Vieng, to explore the backpacker mecca once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
- Pens, protests, and one of South-East Asia's poorest nations
- Sri Lanka - our Asian adventure continues...
- Mumbai, white sands and God's Own Country
- The Pink City, and a touch of Bollywood glamour
- The scam continues... the road to the Taj Mahal
- Delhi, dishonest travel agents, and one big scam
- Adventures in the Orient