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Jet lag can easily ruin the first few days of any long haul trip, leaving you feeling tired, groggy and generally not up for much. However, there are things you can do to try and prevent and limit the effects of jet lag, as London-based expert (and founder of Sleep School) Dr Guy Meadows recently explained to the Daily Mail.
After meeting in 2007, Karolina and Bartek Wudniak have been indulging their travel passions together through a mix of short and long term European trips, but once they got engaged they embarked on planning a honeymoon to end all honeymoons, and 200 days later they are still enjoying their adventure.
With the overwhelming competition for jobs plus the difficulty in getting on the property ladder, it’s no wonder that so many millennials are forced to abandon their dreams of a gap year adventure to pursue more ‘grown up’ pursuits in their early twenties. However, there is still a way you could get that once in a life time trip – plan a maximoon.
Pre-holiday excitement can quickly turn to frustration if you arrive at the airport only to find that your flight is delayed. Delays can range from a few minutes to days, and could eventually lead to cancellation of your flight and trip altogether. There are ways you can claim compensation, depending on the reason for the delay, but it is impossible to protect yourself from delays altogether, except perhaps, to choose an airline with the fewest delays.
It may seem ridiculous to get excited about something which won’t be available until 2050, but when we heard about the possibility of non-stop flights from the UK to Australia, we couldn’t resist researching and sharing this travel tech news.
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