How to survive flights with kids.

Posted on November 19, 2017

This is a long-standing topic for worried parents everywhere, as they know just how unpredictable kids can be. Especially if it’s their first flight, you don’t know how they will react to it all, the queuing, security checks, potential problems with their ears and sitting still for an extended period of time- which we still have trouble with!

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Millions of Brits are Wasting their Holiday Allowance

Posted on February 22, 2017

According to recent research by Direct Line, over four million Brits are not taking their full holiday allowance, either deliberately or because they are unsure of their annual entitlement. Men are marginally guiltier of this than women, at 14% of males compared to 11% of females failing to take all of their hard-earned time off.

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The Rise of the Babymoon

Posted on December 07, 2016

What are your travel plans for the next nine months? Most peoples will include at least one holiday abroad, but would you change your plans if you or your partner was pregnant?  According to recent research, a third of couples plan on taking a celebrity inspired ‘babymoon’ during their pregnancy.

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Do you Collect Things or Experiences?

Posted on November 16, 2016

As Christmas draws closer, many parents will have their shopping lists well under way, however recent research from Cornell University suggests that experiences make people much happier than ‘things’.

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Brits Named Fussiest Holiday Eaters

Posted on July 13, 2016

Holiday company Expedia recently surveyed 14,000 people in 14 countries, and found that Brits are the least likely nation to sample local food when travelling abroad, when compared to our European neighbours.

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Children are not a Barrier to Travel

Posted on April 20, 2016

The idea of travelling abroad with young children can be extremely daunting – will they behave? Will they enjoy themselves? Will the adults get any time to relax? However one couple proved that children aren’t a barrier to travel, by spending eight weeks traveling from Europe to Africa with their nine month old baby.

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Most Annoying Airplane Passenger Habits Revealed

Posted on February 03, 2016

Boarding a plane should be an exciting time – in a matter of hours you will have reached your destination and can start your holiday. However, this excitement can quickly be dampened if your fellow passengers have frustrating habits or unruly behaviours.

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Women find Holidays more Stressful than Men

Posted on November 11, 2015

The title of this piece may not be shocking for most, but according to recent research by travel site Momondo, women find holidays more stressful than men.

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Tax Hikes add Hundreds of Pounds to Holiday Costs

Posted on September 09, 2015

According to research by the TaxPayers’ Alliance, families are paying hundreds of pounds extra for their holiday compared to previous years, and all because of tax hikes.

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Three Generation Family Holidays on the Rise

Posted on June 17, 2015

According to research by top holiday companies, there has been a sharp increase in the number of families taking group holidays together, including children, parents and grandparents.

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