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Carmen Jenner is a copywriter, journalist, travel writer, communications consultant and the founder of travel blog Fluffy Towel. She specialises in many industries including tourism, hospitality, aged care, health, real estate, property, business, charities and not-for-profits. Carmen is also the editor of Menu Magazine, catering to the Western Australian hospitality industry and hungry foodies.


where in the
world is carmen?

Perth, Australia

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Skydiving winner

filed17 Jul 2015 from

We have a winner of the Skydive the Beach and Beyond competition. Congratulations Rosemary Simon, your entry won with,

“I would love for my husband to do it as he works so hard & has made so many sacrifices, he deserves it.”


Happy jumping!

Thank you everyone for your entries and keep up the fun times!

Happy travels,


  • Skydive the Beach and Beyond

    filed16 Jul 2015 from

    Win a jump with Skydive the Beach and Beyond by signing up to the Fluffy Towel newsletter and answering this simple question in the comments below:

    Who do would you like to see jump from a plane and why?

    Click here to find out who won

    Lee-Anne thumbs up flying

    My friend flies through the air 14,000 feet above me and the turquoise coastline of Rockingham. Even from the ground I can hear her screaming. Screams of delight, she later assures me.

    I suspect …

    Glengarry Glen Ross

    filed14 Jul 2015 from

    Aptly named after two real estate developments, Glengarry Glen Ross is a satirical dark comedy. At first glance, it delves into the cut throat business of the Chicago real estate world, but on a closer look, the theme is broadened to examine the sales industry in general.

    Originally written and then performed on Broadway in 1984 by screenwriter and playwright David Mamet, it’s based on his experiences of working in a Chicago real estate office during the late 1960’s. Given …

    Why you should visit Launceston

    filed12 Jul 2015 from

    Hollybanks Reserve

    As Big Ben chimes in the background and the autumn colours adorn Launceston, you can almost pretend you’re in the UK. Teeming with art and architecture, some of the freshest produce I ever tasted and the kind of scenery which will turn even the most cynical of travellers snap happy, I can write with complete sincerity that Launceston should be added to many a travel list. And I haven’t even mentioned the locals. Everywhere I went I was given advice …