Have you pre booked your airport transfers?



As summer approaches we start to receive many airport inquiries so we would advise always making sure you supply us with the flight number , contact number and calling us asap if there any delays .   Go to our web site and use the quote now form and complete as fully as possible …



Revenge of the Cacti


A few years back we went to Tenerife. You will probably be aware that they sell little Cacti everywhere, but I decided I wanted a ‘Native’ one. To retrieve a cactus I hung precariously over a rocky ledge, pulling a muscle and scraping my ankle. We then took a bus journey with the retrieved cactus in the pocket of my shorts. Out of spite the cactus secretly stuck its barbs into my thighs and testicles. I was unaware of this until we reached the nearby town where we were to disembark. When I stood I screamed in agony attracting the strangest of looks from all around. Hobbling off the bus to a nearby bench I then spent a good ten minutes removing the barbs and a further five removing the remaining ones from the cactus. Victorious we then moved on and entered a supermarket through a turnstile… The cactus in my pocket became trapped between leg and bar and BANG! explosion of red dye and cacti pulp! For seven days I had a purple leg and for the rest of that first day I walked around looking like I had been shot

Alyssa & Crew Take on the Ocean

Before disaster struck…

“On a vacation in Key West, my family rented a pontoon boat and sailed out to spend the day at a sand bar. Eventually it was time to sail back and everyone piled into the front of the boat.

After a little while, we realized that the boat was moving slowly so we shut the engine off to restart and the whole boat started to tip over—like the front end was completely submerged and the motor was 3 feet out of the water. We all ran to the back, but the water just kept pouring in the front.

We all started panicking and tried to get the water out with little shot glass-sized Dixie cups. After we’d given up all hope of staying afloat, we realized that the anchor had fallen off the front of the boat…and we were dragging it through miles and miles of endangered coral reef.”


Enjoy the hols