So, we made it to our destination but it wasn’t without a little trouble with our luggage at check-in. We knew we were going to be over, it was inevitable in our eyes. I mean, we have 2 children, 1 being a baby and we were coming away for 2 weeks. We had only been allocated 15 kg per person and I know what I’m like for overpreparing and packing for every possible scenario. I just can’t help myself, Continue reading “Top Tips For Keeping Your Luggage Weight Down When Travelling With Children”
The days of travelling without a credit care are long gone. Nowadays, almost every town or city in the world accepts card payments. Most of them don’t even need you to type in a PIN number. Plus, cash and travellers’ cheques are a security risk. Anyone who wants to globetrot around the world safely needs a piece of plastic in the back pocket just in case. Continue reading “4 Not-So-Plastic Travel Credit Card Tips”
Europe is wildly diverse. You could be sunbathing on the stunning beaches of Spain or skiing on the snow-capped mountains of France with just a short plane ride between the two destinations. You have incredible landmarks, all kinds of weather and terrain and lots of different languages and cultures that call the continent home. Whether you’re planning on backpacking across Europe or are planning a luxury trip to one or more of the countries, you will, of course, want to make sure you’re getting the very best out of your time. Here are three ways to explore Europe that you might not have thought of. Continue reading “Three Exciting Ways to Explore Europe”
Come the summer months almost everyone going on holiday will plan a trip south for sun, sea and sand. While this is a lovely way to spend a fortnight, and there is nothing wrong with reading by the pool, it isn’t the most imaginative way to spend your time.
If you are a traveller by nature, you are doing yourself down by going on the same holidays over and again. You can still go on a pool holiday every now and then, but it’s time to think more creatively and buck the trend. Continue reading “Buck the Trend and Go North This Summer”
As a mum, it can be tricky to find any time for yourself. With teething toddlers, tantrumtastic offspring and more play dates than you can shake a stick at, the ability to find those all-important moments to unwind becomes almost non-existent. However, it’s vital that you get that respite away from your little darlings. Yes, you love them unconditionally, and they are the best things that have ever happened to you, but at the same time, you need to maintain your friendships, look after your own social life and ensure that your existence doesn’t revolve solely around Peppa Pig, nappies and breastfeeding. It’s vital that you can head out once in a while and let your hair down with your girlfriends. Take a look at these three awesome ways that you can enjoy a girls night out. Continue reading “3 Awesome Ideas For A Girls Night Out”
Better safe than sorry. These days, that phrase could easily relate to one’s travel plans and the care that should be taken while travelling. The more precautions you take, the safer you will be. And as a result, you will enjoy your travels that much more.
The following list of essential travel safety tips will help guide you on your journeys: Continue reading “7 Tips for Travelling Safely”
Seeing the world has always been something I have been drawn to and even though I love the UK there is so much more I want to see and experience. I must admit I’ve never been one to consider travelling for a long period of time and I certainly wouldn’t want to hostel it around Europe, I’m just not good at ‘roughing it’! Instead, I am perfectly happy to see the world gradually, taking a different holiday each year and eventually getting to those countries that are on my ultimate dream list to visit, one of my top ones being Hawaii. Continue reading “Why Hawaii is my Ultimate Holiday Dream”