So what is timeshare, really? Is it a one-week vacation slot in the year, for 25 years? Is it about staying at a resort, rather than a hotel? Is it about standing out in your peer group in terms of owning a timeshare plan?

There’s something about timeshare as a vacation platform that makes it stand apart. A timeshare resort is a confluence of holiday experiences unlike a hotel, which is a transit point. A resort is packaged to serve up activities, entertainment, good food and a unique vacation experience.

As far as new customers go, there’s more to timeshare than meets the eye. And I’ve drawn up some examples to illustrate what I have in mind.

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Message of the Month – January 2018

If you’ve always wondered how members of your family can be on the same page on a holiday calendar, please read on – you’re not alone, when it comes to aligning everyone’s free time in the year.

Planning a holiday these days is a lot more than finding a free slot on your home resort website – within your preferred week / month in the year. It’s got to do with coinciding vacation time at school, and when your boss can allow you to take a break during the year. For others, even aligning dates between spouses is a big challenge. We have even come across people finding it difficult to go on a vacation because of elderly parents, or grandparents at home, or a pet that can’t be taken with you on a holiday.

At the end of the day, it’s about going on that vacation totally guilt-free, or worrying about things back home or at the office. So let’s talk to a few vacation seekers and listen to their side of the story. Each one of these people has a different story to tell .

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Q&A – January 2018

Looking back at the concept of going on a vacation, a lot has changed over the years.

Well, how much have things changed?

To answer that question, I need to go way back in time – to my teenage years, when I accompanied my parents on holidays, or long-distance family visits. These long-distance family visits were vacations in themselves and you really wanted to take back some memories with you.

Those days, one of the most popular carry-around cameras was the Kodak Brownie box camera – really ancient by today’s standards. You loaded a reel of black & white film that gave you 12 frames, I think. So you really had to be careful about natural lighting and composition – because you couldn’t waste a single frame.

The roll then went to a b&w development studio for processing and prints. The long wait for your prints to arrive was nerve-racking, because the process was tedious and time consuming. So if you were really hoping that your picture in front of the Taj came out right, all you could do was hope for the best.

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Q&A – December 2017

I’ve been asked this question time and again and each time I attempt to answer it, I launch into a different story. So, will there be newer travel and vacation formats in the years to come? A tricky question to answer, even if you have a crystal ball in front of you. Because we really don’t know what the vacation seeker of tomorrow will be looking for when he’s planning a vacation. Or what he has in mind.

The way we work will have something to do with it
Today many young professionals choose to work remotely. Some of them work out of home, some of them work out of cafes, and some of them pick a vacation spot to work undisturbed.

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Message of the Month – December 2017