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Charlene Underhill


Biography

Who is Charlene:
I started in the travel business in January of 1970.  Most of my years have been spent working in retail travel agencies, both as a travel counsellor and various management positions.  But the actual travel counselling is my true passion.  I love the interaction with my clients and being able to concentrate on this aspect.  Over the years, I have had the opportunity to travel to many countries of the World and enjoy discovering the history, culture and people.  I have also taken over 60 cruises to date with a wide variety of cruise lines and types of sailings, from main stream cruise lines to river cruising and, for obvious reasons, while I handle all types of travel arrangements I have chosen to make this one area in which to specialize.

What are Charlene’s TOP 5 travel experiences:

  • Hot air ballooning at sunrise over the spectacular landscape of Cappadocia
  • Exploring with a private guide some of the lesser know tombs in the Valley of the Kings
  •  Viewing lions, elephants, giraffes, hippos and much more wildlife in Kruger National Park
  •  Flight-seeing from Queenstown to Milford Sound in New Zealand
  •  Standing on the edge of the Northern-most point of Europe, North Cape, Norway, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Arctic Ocean

What is Charlene’s closing comment?
“The World is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine


Blog

Friday, September 8, 2017

10 Reasons Why You Still Need a Travel Agent Consultant

 

In the age of online booking sites, using a travel consultant may feel like going the way of the dinosaur.  But, consultants are more useful than simply selling airline tickets, trips to Disney World and cruises. Many consultants provide services or have knowledge that you just can’t get online – and sometimes, especially in times of crisis, working with a real live person is just plain superior. Read More >

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Guinness™ Part 3 – Beer and Books

Being at the Guinness™ brewery in Dublin got me to thinking about the Guinness™ Book of World Records.  Was it related to the famous Guinness™ stout I’d learned so much about at the Guinness™ Storehouse?

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Monday, July 31, 2017

Guinness™ Part 2 – The Storehouse

When I was in Dublin in March I visited the Guinness™ Storehouse at St. James’s Gate.  A seven-story, converted warehouse where you learn all about the Guinness™ story, it is Ireland’s #1 tourist attraction according to TripAdvisor®.  The centre court is built in the shape of a monstrous Guinness™ glass, reaching from the ground floor all the way up to the 6th story. They’ll even tell you how many pints of  Guinness™ it would take to fill that gigantic glass! Read More >

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