England Countryside - Crete Luxury - Cirque du Soleil
Take a holiday in the English countryside
It can be comforting to be part of a small group tour in a strange country. That's not to suggest that England, and in particular Cornwall are strange – but you know what I mean!
Back-Roads 7-day "Corners of Cornwall" small group tour will explore Salisbury and its magnificent cathedral, the gardens of Trebah and Heligan, and even Port Isaac which features in the TV series Doc Martin. You'll even get to have lunch in Padstow at the restaurant of celebrity chef, Rick Stein.
If you book and pay in full by 28 February, prices start from $2261 per person twin share, which is an early bird saving of 5%,
Going to see a show is a pretty good reason to have a break. But when that show happens to be Cirque du Soleil's latest offering, then it's probably worth having a holiday.
OVD by Cirque du Soleil is worth travelling far and wide to see if you miss it in your home city. OVD means "egg" in Portuguese, and represents a world teeming with life, where insects work, eat, crawl, flutter, play, fight and look for love in a non-stop riot of energy and movement. While tickets to the general public don't go on sale until February 20th, advance online ticket sales are available for Cirque Club members. To join for free, simply go to www.cirqueclub.com <http://www.cirqueclub.com>
The new show is set to premiere in Brisbane from July 14 under the trademark BIG TOP, and will then move on to Sydney, Adelaide, and Melbourne, before finishing up in Perth in April 2013.
* Please note conditions may apply to these packages and prices are subject to change and availability. This information is provided as a guide only. Check with your travel agency. Block-out periods may apply.