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7 Simple Secrets to Totally Rocking Your Travel

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If you want to rock your traveling experience without money, you must have complete knowledge of the destination you are planning to visit. Along with the tight schedule and limited amount of money you can have an excellent experience if you know exactly where to go, how to live there and what to do there? To get a grip on the place, you must study the destinations and the eating and staying opportunities. You must know which airlines can be used to travel to that place or which can cost you the lowest. Talking about low-budget travel, you can also opt for flyDubai Airlines, which provides a number of services including free COVID-19 global cover. They provide travel services to more than 90 destinations to date including Dubai, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Muscat, etc.

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Student Travel – Earn & Save (transferable jobs to take abroad)

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There’s no denying that students don’t quite have it as easy as certain people may think, and even though we may look back on our time at university and recall the late nights and the friends and the fun, there was a lot of hard work that went on in between the revelry. For many students, all of this time spent burning the candle at both ends leads to one conclusion: travel. Continue reading “Student Travel – Earn & Save (transferable jobs to take abroad)”

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Enjoying (and Surviving) Orlando, Florida

As I am off on my holiday to Florida, I wanted to be able to provide relevant content for you as my readers. Trouble is, I have never been before! Having hypothetical posts are ok but I really wanted to get some insight into what it is like to visit Florida, Orlando and of course Disney World. So, I have asked some blogging friends to step in to give us their experience and views from travelling to this part of the world.

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7 Tips for Travelling Safely

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Better to be 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. Continue reading “7 Tips for Travelling Safely”

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Why Cornwall is a Great Holiday Destination With a Baby

Our first ever holiday as a family was to the stunning county of Cornwall when Jake was just 6 months old. We didn’t fancy attempting a holiday abroad with a baby due to the fact we didn’t know how he would take to the heat or even flying so we looked at our options of where to stay in the UK. Cornwall stood out to us because there is just so much to see and do and let’s face it when you have a baby your priorities of what a holiday has to offer completely change – bye, bye long days spent sunning yourself on a beach whilst drinking cocktails!

We booked a caravan on the family-friendly site of Sandymouth Holiday Resort which is set in North Cornwall and has plenty onsite facilities which include a shop, a play area, bar and restaurant, an indoor swimming pool and plenty of green space for playing games. Just down the road is Sandymouth Beach which stretches for 2 miles down to Bude. With its golden sand, beautiful scenery and perfect waves for surfing/bodyboarding, it is the perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. We enjoyed the holiday so much that we returned to the same caravan park and the same caravan the following year when Jake was 18 months old.

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