Cruise secrets: Secret line crew use to play this prank on passengers | Travel News | Travel

Cruise staff often get bored when cruises go on for weeks at a time and boat life can get monotonous, workers have revealed. “It got mundane really fast,” one former staff member said on Reddit. “It was basically the same comedy of errors each day of the week, with a different ‘cast’ of passengers each week.”  One former crew member has revealed that sometimes they would entertain themselves by making fun of passengers. The trick was to confuse passengers into thinking activities were available to them that in fact didn’t even…

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A secret retreat for goddesses and royalty | Beach Holidays | Travel

This recently refurbished five-star and all-suite resort, surrounded by mountains and white cliffs overlooking the secluded bay of Pissouri, feels like a resort fit for royalty. In fact, it is. Prince Harry is said to have visited while Zara and Mike Tindall honeymooned here in 2011. The resort, largely made up of two-storey suites with traditional shutters on the windows, restored roof tiles and elegant arches, also has a spa, a kids’ club and a creche as well as several eating and drinking options set around a garden of tropical…

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Hotels have secret pillow menus for guests to request | Travel News | Travel

Hotel secrets have revealed some rather disgusting secrets over the years, from how clean the glasses are to how easy it is to spy through the keyhole. Recently, it was revealed how taking a dog abroad could get guests a bigger room. One thing that frequent travellers may not realise is that there is a secret menu offering some additional luxuries for the bedroom. Anyone looking for a good night sleep can rejoice in utilising it. Most hotels offer a separate pillow menu, according to hotel booking site Hotels.com. They…

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Flight attendant reveals the disgusting secret about food on a plane | Travel News | Travel

Flight attendants know the tricks of the trade to ensure the best possible experience when 30,000 feet in the air. One member of the cabin crew has revealed that they always take their own food onboard. Named Shreyas P, she explained on Quora why passengers should follow in their footsteps when it comes to eating the inflight meals. She wrote: “The food on your tray is prepared not in the galley but in the aircraft catering which is often done 12 hours before and even days before the aircraft departure.…

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