Trees4Travel

Most of you reading this blog will be aware that we have partnered with Trees4Travel, an award winning environmental “Tech for Good” company that is working with travel brands worldwide in the business and leisure sectors. They provide free carbon management technology to calculate and help reduce the impact of emissions created when we travel […]

Happy Days!

Happy Holidays!

I feel extremely blessed to be doing a job that makes me really happy.  Of course, it helps that travelling is a passion for me and I get a huge amount of pleasure in making holiday dreams come true.  Getting to know our lovely customers is equally rewarding.   Many of them have been booking holidays […]

An Interview with Holiday Fixer, Priyanka Kreutzer

In the second interview in our new series, we are delighted to introduce you to Priyanka Kreutzer, another member of our growing team of home-based Holiday Fixers. What inspired you to become a Holiday Fixer? Travelling is a very important part of my life.  I’ve always prioritised and loved spending any precious annual leave I […]

Sustainable Travel – Helping to Offset Carbon Emissions

At The Holiday Fixer we believe it is important for us all to consider how we can travel more sustainably.  One major problem is carbon emissions and to help us offset them we are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Trees4Travel, Trees are one of the most powerful absorbers of carbon emissions.  By […]

A Few Good Reasons To Book Your Holiday through a Travel Agency

Family Holiday in the Sun

There is always a lot of debate about whether or not to use a travel agency to book your holiday.  As we all know, deciding where to go and what to do is time consuming.  And, trying to do it on your own can be exhausting, frustrating and stressful.   So, why not let the experts […]

Travelling to Spain during Covid times

So, I’m no travel blogger by any means but the lovely Britt-Marie aka The Holiday Fixer asked me to share my recent experience of travelling to Spain. I was apprehensive. It was a girls getaway for a few days (I say girls – we’re all mums in our late 30s/early 40s)  This trip had been […]