When you book on our website (or with one of our agents) you are assigned a complimentary travel concierge to be there to assist with questions, requests & any changes that may come up along the way. She’s 👆🏼pretty stoked about this news.
A special thank you to all participating schools who supported our fundraising efforts in aid of a great charity @cmrf_crumlin. We were delighted to present an incredible €6,000 to go towards “The Giggle Fund”. Read more through the link in our bio
Last one, and my favourite! 💜
FRENCH TOUR – Part 12
I love the fact that I can tell my baby girl that I have taken her to Disneyland!
Even though this trip wasn’t relaxing, it was an incredible experience and a challenge, and I learnt more than I anticipated. The memories are different, but mine, and great.
Hopefully I will be able to take my daughter to France again one day, this time without a uterus obstructing her view!
One of the greatest challenges of Paris was figuring out the metro system. Getting 30 teenagers and four adults onto the same train, all travelling in the same direction, and off at the same station, stressed me out like you would not believe! Trains just aren’t a thing in South Africa!
We figured out a system very quickly – each adult got seven or eight learners that they were responsible for. We spread ourselves out across the station and used sign language to indicate when we had to get on, each group climbing into a different compartment.
It became quite a competition to see which group could get on and off the train the fastest without losing anyone along the way. My group won, obviously. 😉
I really wanted a nice photo of the Eiffel tower, my bump, and me, but there were so many tourists that all selfie and other attempts were futile 🤦🏼♀️ We did go up the Eiffel tower though, something I hadn’t done before. It was amazing, but honestly a bit too high up for my liking. I was quite happy to be back on the ground.