Kate Langbroek's vacation in Italy turns into a nightmare while she is on & # 39; the Fyre Festival of ferry trips & # 39; … after the 20-hour boat trip by travelers was labeled as & # 39; pure hell & # 39;
She moved with her husband and children to Bologna, Italy in January for a & # 39; family gap year & # 39 ;.
But the idyllic holiday of Kate Langbroek seems to be a living nightmare after she booked them for a 20-hour ferry from Palermo to Genoa.
During a guest appearance on Hughesy & Kate on Tuesday, the 54-year-old said she was worried about the trip because the online reviews are terrible.
Bad idea! Kate Langbroek's idyllic holiday in Italy seems to be a living nightmare after she has booked her family for a 20-hour ferry ride from Palermo to Genoa. Depicted with her sons
& # 39; We read the reviews, they were so terrible, we thought, "Why don't we do this?", Kate said and explained her decision to buy the ferry tickets.
An online review that radio presenter Dave Hughes read in the air stated: & # 39; Never travel for this hell again. & # 39;
Another reads: & # 39; If a ride on a container ship lifts, one star is too much. & # 39;
Dave joked that Kate & # 39; s upcoming trip sounded like the Fyre Festival of ferry trips & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The Fyre Festival of ferry rides & # 39 ;: during a guest appearance at Hughesy & Kate on Tuesday, the 54-year-old said she was worried about the trip because the online reviews are terrible
Kate and her husband Peter travel with their two youngest sons, because their teenage children are back in Australia and visit friends and family.
According to Kate, Peter has booked a single room without windows and four bunk beds for the trip.
& # 39; I told the little boys, it's not going to be the best day of your life, but it's going to be an unforgettable day! & # 39; she added.
Adventure Time? Kate and her husband Peter (left) travel with their two youngest sons, because their teenage children are back in Australia and visit friends and family
The family, who recently spent time in Sicily, moved to Bologna in January for what is expected to be a one-year vacation.
Before she went abroad, Kate had appeared in The Project and said she was hanging on a thread & # 39; because she was so nervous about the move.
In recent months she had broadcast her Hit Network drive time show from a home studio.
However, she recently decided to resign and has been replaced by Ed Kavalee as a co-host, but still lays & # 39; occasional segments & # 39; in.
Gap year! Kate's family, who recently spent time in Sicily, moved to Bologna in January for what is expected to be a one-year vacation
During an appearance on sunrise earlier this week, Dave revealed what Kate had said to him when she announced she was stopping their program via text message.
The 48-year-old comedian said he had not heard from Kate in weeks when she came in contact with him out of the blue.
& # 39; It's weird because she went to Italy to find herself with her family, & # 39; he began.
& # 39; Can't bother the rest of the year & # 39 ;: Kate recently left her Hit Network radio show via text message and has been replaced by Ed Kavalee. Depicted with co-host Dave Hughes
& # 39; She is there and we have followed her and have set up a small studio in Bologna so that she can broadcast the show from there and she did so for the first six months of the year, & # 39; he added.
& # 39; And then she sent me a text message a few weeks ago and said, "No, I can't do anything about it for the rest of the year". & # 39;
Dave concluded with a smile: & # 39; It was just a text message! I had not heard from her for a few weeks and then only a text message! & # 39;
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