17 Nov Contact
While we welcome genuine inquiries about our travels, we obviously don’t want messages from people trying to sell us stuff, which unfortunately is what often happens on contact forms these days.
We’ve got a little trick in our contact form, in that it captures users’ IP addresses, and if a spammer tries to get through, we block them server wide using the IP.
So on the understanding that you’re a real person with a real question (or a tip for us in relation to a destination), type away!
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