Alumni Travel News
Announcing Australia and New Zealand: from the outback to the glaciers
October 20 to Nov. 8, 2011
If you are going to travel in the fall of 2011, this is the trip to take! We have a great package that will give you the opportunity to look at Australia and New Zealand in greater depth during a 20-day trip ‘down under.’ With an early booking discount of $200, this phenomenal trip will cost less than $6000, including air from Portland and all other transportation within the two countries.
We have 30 spots reserved for another great trip for Willamette alumni and friends, which will cover much of central and eastern Australia and southern New Zealand, with highlights including Melbourne, Alice Springs, Ayers Rock, Cairns, the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney, Christchurch, the Franz Josef Glacier, Queenstown, Milford Sound and Mt. Cook National Park. An optional 2-night Fiji post tour is available on the way home!
Informative webinar scheduled for Monday, Dec. 6
If you're interested in more information, join us in the comfort of your home for a fun and easy (no-obligation) webinar, hosted by the travel company, at 7 p.m. PST on Monday, Dec. 6. To register, visit the webinar webpage (click here) and follow the on-screen instructions.
Also, note that the early booking discount is open until December 31, 2010, so your deposit of $250 per person will not only reserve your spot(s), but save you $200 per person. You can deposit directly to our tour operator, Collette Vacations, at 401-642-4767. Contact Jim Booth ’64 at 503-370-6746 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Deposit time for the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland
July 7 to July 10, 2011
As we mentioned last month, this year's Ashland trip to see the Shakespeare Festival promises to be another solid (and popular) one -- and the cost will be the same as 2010.
This year's productions at the Ashland Shakespeare Festival include the Bard's classics Henry IV, Part 2, Julius Caesar, Measure for Measure and Love’s Labours Lost. Contemporary plays will include August: Osage County, Moliere’s Imaginary Invalid and Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance.