June 3, 2020

A trip to Australia and New Zealand

Travel to the land down under with the College Study Tours next year.  USU Eastern business professor Betty Hassell planning a 12-day community/campus trip to Australia and New Zealand in 2014.  She said departure date would be approximately June 23. 

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Travel to the land down under with the College Study Tours next year.  USU Eastern business professor Betty Hassell planning a 12-day community/campus trip to Australia and New Zealand in 2014.  She said departure date would be approximately June 23. 
 Participants can see for themselves why Aussies and Kiwis have more in common than hopelessly endearing accents. Tourists can spend time crossing “The Ditch”—what natives call the Tasman Sea— and after a few days, it will become apparent that there are two distinct cultures in both countries—one of British influence and one of indigenous descent.
 While their histories may be a little rocky, they’ve wound up being closer in political relations than ever before. From spiny echidnas to small flightless birds, neither suffers from a shortage of unique wildlife and raw iconic beauty. Aesthetically gifted Auckland makes its case as one of the world’s most beautiful capitals in New Zealand, and you’ll see why after watching steam pour out of mystical Rotorua.
 She says if anyone is serious about this trip, let her know which departure date would work best.  The tour enhancements are extra. Hassell recommends a tour enhancement to Kuranda. 
A $200 discount if you sign up for the tour by Feb. 28.  The departure date is not final, it is just the date they used for now, she said.  It is expensive because of all the airline flights. For additional information email Hassell at [email protected].

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