Category Archives: Travel Advice

First family holiday abroad

Booking your first family holiday abroad can be exciting but also a little bit stressful. When going with children you often need to think about thinks a lot more and will also have to pack a lot more! The first thing to do is make sure that everyone has a valid passport. Children can no […]

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Using a family caravan for your holiday

If a member of your family owns their own caravan then this can be the perfect opportunity to get away often without having to fork out a lot of money. If the owner also rents out the caravan to the public then they may ask that you pay for your time there but often this […]

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Is it safe to travel to another country?

With the a number of events occurring over the past few years in places such as Egypt, Paris and South Africa, many holiday goers are questioning how safe travel is. There are always risks to your safety no matter where you are, but often trouble arises from political issues or changes. You may not want […]

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Travel advice – top places to avoid

There’s plenty of articles out there telling you which spots are currently hot, but you see far less about places to avoid. In turbulent times globally, this can be an ever-changing list, so here’s our handy round-up for this month. Of course, there are many places it’s probably common sense to avoid, so we won’t […]

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Should you get your travel money before you go?

When going on holiday abroad where the currency is different then it’s always a conundrum as to whether to get your money exchanged before you go. There are pros and cons to both getting it whilst you’re in the UK and waiting until you reach your destination so it’s not always an easy choice. Things […]

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