Travel SOS – All your questions answered

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Kay O’Sullivan has worked hard during 2015 to answer your curly travel questions. If you’re planning to travel in 2016, here are five Travel SOS answers that you need to read.

Accommodation in convents
Kay checks out the divine idea of staying in convents and monasteries across Europe for Ivan, who is looking for something different on his next trip.

Pooling your frequent flyer points
Lisa and her husband both collect Velocity Rewards from Virgin Australia, and she’s sure there’s a clever way to combine their accounts to maximise their benefits.

Europe on a budget
Larry wants to do Europe on a budget but is not keen on roughing it, so Kay looks at some of the options that will help him save money.

When to buy a RTW ticket
Alison would like information on round-the-world fares and Kay is only too happy to share her wisdom.

No more bill shock
Kay offers some advice to Beverley who is worried about bill shock on her upcoming holiday.

Kay O’Sullivan is no accidental tourist. More than a decade ago, she decided to combine two of her favourite things – journalism and travel – and become a travel writer. Since then, she has written about travel for numerous papers, magazines and on the internet, both here and internationally.

 

Do you have a travel question for Kay? If so, email your Travel SOS  to [email protected]


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    I click on the link for combine their accounts and it brings up the information about convents


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