For many baby boomers, the thought of learning a new language is quite literally a foreign concept. But is it impossible? Laura Parr takes a look.
In 2005, two-thirds of Australian baby boomers booked their holidays to the Asia Pacific via a travel agency. But just seven years on, this has dropped dramatically. Laura Parr investigates.
Traditional travel agencies can be declared dead as their loyal baby boomer customers look elsewhere, says Laura Parr.
Did you visit your GP before you last went on holiday? As Laura Parr discovers, you could be putting yourself at unnecessary risk of catching a disease if you didn’t.