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|Page: Travel Bug 56 - October 2009 Vanuatu travel news|
Over 50 delegates from various hotels, resorts, tours and bank houses in Port Vila went on a famil trip and the launching of Evergreen Tour’s new product, Ma’tepara Magical Evening Tour. When asked what ‘ma’tepara’ meant, the term translated to ‘eye where noise comes from’. For these 50 or so people, the evening of Wednesday September 30th ended with style, class, and pride of a Ni-Vanuatu’s capability and potential to be successful in tourism businesses. Evergreen Tours is 100% locally owned and managed by Philip Malas and Family, from Mele Village.
The Melanesian Port Vila is organizing a delicious Italian pizza and pasta night on Saturday 30th October 2009, featuring a variety of pasta and risotto, pizza and desserts. The special dinner extravaganza will be presented by Head Chef Joemar Peregrino who has, over the months, been lavishing The Melanesian’s Thai and Gino restaurant with exotic and authentic tastes of Asia, Europe, and world wide. Chef Joemar worked in Cebu Plaza, a 5 star Hotel in Philippines, and today he is available at the Melanesian Hotel whipping up a great range of cuisine that stretches out to all sides of the globe. For more information or to book for the Italian pizza and pasta night, contact Lydia Kalopong on Tel +678 22150 ext 404. (Source: VTO Island Nius)
Mirvac Hotels & Resorts will cease management of The Sebel Vanuatu, including all associated activities of sales & marketing, the food & beverage operations and conferencing from 1st December 2009. Mirvac Hotels & Resorts took over management of the property under their 4.5 star Sebel brand in April 2007 and quickly reached a competitive operating level within the first 12 month trading period. The Sebel Vanuatu has enjoyed a robust trade over the past 12 months drawing upon the brand’s strong distribution network, Mirvac’s CRS capabilities and the group’s national and global network of sales and marketing professionals.
Under The Sebel banner, the property has played host to many important events and conferences, including the most successful Tok Tok to date, government delegations, international VIPs, cabaret artists and entertainers, and opened the Jupiter’s Casino. Mr Andrew Turner, CEO of Mirvac Hotels & Resorts said, “We wish the owner of the hotel every success under his own brand of The Grand which will continue to operate along-side sister hotel Iririki. We feel confident the ground work achieved by Mirvac in gaining international prominence as well as positioning the hotel within the local market, will place him in a strong position going forward”. (Source: VTO Island Nius)
Ocean Blue's new 43ft Cabo is fishing Espiritu Santo in the north of Vanuatu next month, sampling the excellent blue marlin fishing this destination is famous for. We have 2 spots available for anglers to join this November trip, it's a great opportunity to get onboard a heavy tackle gamefishing adventure of this caliber at a fraction of the usual cost. This adventure offers anglers 6 nights accommodation and 5 x full days fishing the rich waters easily accessible from your base. For those not familiar with this region, Espiritu Santo is a remote northern island surrounded by seamounts and warm cobalt waters. Rarely visited due to its remoteness, direct International flights now allow anglers to experience what this destination has to offer.
Espiritu Santo Gamefishing Adventure – Itinerary: 6th November 2009: Flights ex Brisbane 0930 arrive to Santo 1310. Arrive into Santo, and transfer to Coral Quays Resort for the first afternoon of your stay. After dinner and few drinks, retire to your bungalow for your first night of accommodation. Fishing Days x 5: 7th – 11th November 2009 Board the 43ft Cabo each morning from the pier located in front of your resort. Depart Coral Quays and fish the productive waters surrounding Santo and it's neighbouring islands, which offer phenomenal game and sport fishing. (Source: VTO Island Nius)
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