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1. Packing Hacks for Stress Free Family Holidays
June 19, 2018

You’ve decided on your destination, booked your flights, picked your accommodation and got yourself some cheap family travel insurance... looks like the only thing you’ve got left to do is the p-word: Pack. Although many dread it and procrastinate and throw their suitcases out the window in frustration because the 25kg weight rule airlines have is impossible to comply with, packing for a family holiday doesn’t have to be a nightmare. We all know what you bring can make or break a trip – check out this list of dos and don’ts to help ensure the latter doesn’t happen. Packing Tips ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Short, Sweet & Can't be Beat: The Benefits of Short Breaks
June 18, 2018

While some people love to use all their precious holiday days in one go in a weeks-long, all-out summer extravaganza, they often spend the rest of the year pining for the sun and for some R&R. Wouldn’t it be better to sprinkle four or five shorter breaks throughout the year, so you always have a holiday just around the corner? Need more convincing? Here is my list of the top benefits of short breaks. • Planning – Half the fun of a holiday is the sense of anticipation you have leading up to it. With multiple trips a year you will always be looking for flights, checking out bijou hotel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Global Budget Beaters: 3 Affordable Travel Destinations
June 18, 2018

As backpacking has grown in popularity, it seems to have become more expensive, but seeing the world doesn’t have to cost the Earth. Some of the most unique experiences can be had, not by spending huge sums of money, but by encountering fascinating cultures with friendship and respect. Some think that travelling on a budget is dull and restrictive, but this is far from the truth. Here are three budget-friendly locations that are anything but boring. Armenia Armenia is a classic, budget-friendly destination. Hostel rooms cost a couple of pounds per night and public transport is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 5 Hot Backpacking Destinations you Don't Want to Miss
June 18, 2018

For backpackers just setting out, the world is your oyster. There are so many beautiful and fascinating places to visit, many wish they could continue travelling forever. Every few years there are a number of backpacker destinations that become the new ‘hot’ spots for young wanderers to visit. Some of these popular spots have seen massive growth over the last couple of years, becoming must-see destinations and great places for meeting like-minded people and future travelling companions. Here are five 2018 hot spots you should consider when planning your next trip. Columbia Bogo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. 4 Season Surfing Safari Around the Globe
June 18, 2018

Most surfers have their favourite spots: the beaches they know like the back of their hands. However, surfing in different locations offers new challenges, as well as unique opportunities to improve, meet like-minded people and have unforgettable experiences. To make the most out of what our oceans have to offer, why not take several trips throughout the year all over the world? Whether you’re just beginning or a seasoned expert, these destinations will keep you catching waves all year round. Portugal The Mediterranean coast of Portugal offers a variety of conditions well suite... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Tignes: A Hopping Resort for Little Snow Bunnies
June 15, 2018

Make the most of your family holiday in the French Alps by choosing from a range of high quality catered ski chalets. Tignes resort is the perfect destination to take advantage of such accommodation. Purpose built family residences minimize the hassle of travel and maximise the pleasure of the snow. Accommodation The first thing you notice as you step into your chalet is the superior wooden flooring and traditional stone surfaces. However, this luxurious environment is also complemented by an undeniably family friendly and welcoming feel. These are high quality catered ski chalets- ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Weird But Wonderful: Europe's Top Strange Attractions
June 15, 2018

A museum filled with locks of strangers’ hair, castles inhabited by monsters, swimming pools filled with beer...who comes up with these things? Find out for yourself. (And remember, it’s always best to prepare for the surreal by basing yourself in reality. Book your flights in advance and invest in some travel insurance.) Europe is home to some of the most bizarre and obscure attractions in the world. If you’re looking for an utterly unique and sensationally strange holiday, consider adding some of these attractions to your itinerary. Out of the Box Oddities • Museum of Broken Relati... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Visit Europe's Fabulous Family Fun Parks this Summer
June 15, 2018

Travelling with the kids this summer and not sure what to do to make sure they’re entertained? Take them to a fun park – no family holiday is complete without it. The children will have a blast and when they’re having a good time, so are the parents. It can also be a great idea to invest in some family travel insurance before you go, so you can focus on making sure the little ones are having a good time and not worrying about what happens if they accidentally hurt themselves. Now, here’s a list of Europe’s very best and family-friendly fun parks. Picking Your Park • Disneyland, Paris... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Top Tips for Travelling in Europe with Children
June 15, 2018

For even the most experienced travellers, adding children into the mix can make it a whole new ballgame. You have to do a lot more preparation, budget much more carefully (thank God for cheap family travel insurance) and be far more aware of your surroundings once you’re actually abroad. These helpful tips and tricks will make all that planning a snap – and before you know it, you and your family will be enjoying a croissant in front of the Eiffel Tower. The Right Age Before taking your child abroad, it’s a good idea to consider whether or not it’s practical to do so. Lots of parents... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. 6 Places in Europe You've Never Heard Of!
June 15, 2018

You’ve seen it all. Paris. Rome. Milan. Berlin. It’s all been done. You’re absolutely sure you’ve explored every last corner of Europe. You’re desolate and depressed – and in luck. I’ve scoured the globe and found six secret spots that most people have never even heard of. Now, you can happily continue on your whirlwind European adventures, free of repeating anything you’ve already done. And don’t forget to grab some cheap travel insurance – Europe is notoriously safe, but you can’t always predict the future. Got all that? Read on and see the places on the map you’ve probably missed. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. 3 Off-the-Beaten-Track European Gems
June 14, 2018

For would-be explorers, living in the contemporary world can be a bit of a drag. Apart from outer space and the bottom of the ocean, just about everything has already been discovered. It may seem as though there’s nothing new to find unless you want to invest in deep-sea diving gear or a spacesuit. But what about the treasures that have been forgotten, tucked away from the public eye as tourists trample each other to get a glimpse of Mona Lisa or the Berlin Wall? Modern day Magellans looking to go where no man has gone before should consider European gems that take them off the beaten tr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. A Cultural Bucket List Trip to Europe
June 14, 2018

No bucket list is complete without a European adventure. One of the greatest parts of travelling to places such as Paris, Athens and Venice is all the culture and history that surround these fascinating cities. I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the top cultural gems of Europe – perfect additions when you’re planning your next trip. I always find the hardest part of a holiday is choosing what things to do and see. Hopefully by the end of this article your itinerary will be sorted and all you’ll have left to do is book flights, get your European travel insurance for peace of mind and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. 5 Barcelona Attractions for the Hard of Hearing
June 14, 2018

Putting together holidays for disabled people can oftentimes be difficult to do. You want to find appropriate and inclusive activities that are still a whole lot of fun. Barcelona is great place for anyone to travel to, especially if they happen to be hard of hearing. With all the wonderful and colourful visuals, there are endless things to see and do in this sunny Spanish country – and here’s a list of some of the best attractions for the hearing impaired. So Much to See, So Little Time • Mirador de Colom – Built in 1888, Mirador de Colom is a tribute to the explorer Christopher Col... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. USA Adventures Under your Own Steam: Kayaking the Na Pali Coast
June 13, 2018

Hawaii’s Na Pali coast, off the coast of Kauai, is one of the most beautiful places in the world, beloved by world travellers and Insta celebrities alike. And how better to experience it than under your own power? More and more tour companies are offering the opportunity to kayak around the sea-carved cliffs of the coast, an experience that’s unrivalled in the area, making its way onto bucket lists the world over. So what can you expect, what will you see, and what should you bring? The Cliffs, the Sea, the Beaches, the Rainforest Na Pali (“the cliffs”, translated literally) is ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Car Hire Excess Insurance: Don't Drive Off Without It!
June 13, 2018

Freewheeling... Exploring a new place by car is one of the most convenient and exciting ways to get around. There’s a freedom in being able to pick your own times rather than hanging onto a bus timetable, maybe enjoying an extra hour or two at the beach, or striking out to find your destination’s hidden treasures off the typical tourist trail. Even picking what’s on the radio and what setting the air conditioning’s at. But driving in unfamiliar surroundings carries its own risks. Not every country has the same driving customs – and some can be outright hair-raising. Add to that the c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Say ‘Oui' to a Fantastique French Road Trip
June 13, 2018

Sometimes paradise isn’t on the other side of the world. Sometimes, it’s a ferry or Eurostar away. Whether you have a few days on a long weekend, a couple of weeks, or even several months, road tripping around France is often surprising, always rewarding. C’est la belle vie! What to See, Where to Go Like any major European country – especially one that’s been at the forefront world history from the Middle Ages, to the Enlightenment, World Wars and beyond – France is incredibly diverse. Be it long countryside drives, visits to historic vineyards, gastronomic delights, or bustling cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Bucket List Bonanza: Hiking the Appalachian Trail
June 13, 2018

What goes through 14 states, (approximately) 2,184 miles, and almost every climate and ecosystem America has to offer? The jaw-dropping Appalachian National Scenic Trail – known as the Appalachian Trail, or just the AT. It’s taken partway or end to end by over 3,000,000 hikers each year, and along with the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail, it’s one third of the Triple Crown of US long distance hiking. Where – and Which Way? The trail runs from south to north, from Georgia up to Maine. If you’re on a roll, you can even continue into Canada to the Atlantic – a jaunt... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Weekend Breaks: A Sophisticated Stop Off in St Julians
June 13, 2018

Located up the eastern coast from Sliema and Valletta, St Julians is the Maltese district of choice for those seeking vitality and vibrancy from their excursions. The area is not only a cluster of casinos and bars but a town of exquisite shopping and, more than anything else, of prestige – this is a place to be seen in. What’s in St Julians Arriving at the international airport, Malta airport taxis only have to travel 8 or 9 kilometres to reach St Julians. Tourists can go straight to their hotel – of which there are many and of stunning quality. Westin Hotel at the beautifully named ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Save Big On Your Stay by Booking Budget Hotel in North Conway New Hampshire
June 10, 2018

For Immediate Release:   North Conway, NH, June, 2018: Every tourist wants to avail the best yet affordable services, be it a hotel room, travel tickets or food. Most of us try to save our hard-earned money on trip. One of the best ways to save money on trip is to book a budget hotel. If you are planning to visit North Conway in New Hampshire, then you should stay at Quality Inn North Conway.   Being a renowned family hotel in North Conway New Hampshire, they will assure you that you will have a holiday with your loved ones which you will always remind. No matter,... (read more)

Author: Lein West

20. We Can Meet Your Need For High-Quality Meeting Rooms Near Heathrow Airport
June 08, 2018

We Can Meet Your Need For High-Quality Meeting Rooms Near Heathrow Airport Given that Heathrow Airport is the second-busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic and a strong hub for onward travel, it’s easy to understand why you may be seeking nearby meeting rooms. The great news is that the Atrium Hotel can serve this need. The Complete Solution For Your Organisation The Atrium is a new iconic hotel for London in an excellent location, a mere two-minute walk from Hatton Cross tube station within the Heathrow Free Travel Zone. In fact, anyone travell... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

21. The online market of bulk smoking supplies and raw king size papers!
June 05, 2018

Travel anywhere in the world and you shall definitely find a lot of people committed to smoking. Smoking as a habit has taken over not just the age-old people but also the youth. The culture has fast transformed and led to not just the tobacco smoking but other different forms which are new inventions of today’s time. Therefore, being it the natural weeds and herbs or just the vaping of chemically infused flavors – smoking is slowly becoming a culture that is exciting for both youth and the adults. Smoking supplies have definitely triggered over the last decade and are predicted to rise e... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

22. MEDICAL TREATMENT LONG STAY VISA (SUBCLASS 685)
June 04, 2018

You were eligible to medical treatment long stay visa (subclass 685) if you were planning to travel to Australia for medical treatment, to give organ, if you were accompanying to offer support to the person in need of medical attention and if you were above 50 years and at the same time you are in Australia and you are not in a position of possessing a permanent visa as a result of health issues. Though medical treatment long stay (subclass 685) visa closed doors for new applications in 2013, you can be eligible for medical treatment visa (subclass 602). If you had already been issued wit... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

23. ELECTRONIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY (BUSINESS ENTRANT) VISA (SUBCLASS 956 AND 977)
June 04, 2018

The electronic travel authority (business entrant) visa (subclass 956 and 977) has closed doors for new applications in 2013. The visa is meant for the people who intend to visit Australia for short-term business purposes like to attend a business-related seminar, conferences or to attend informal studies. Subclass 956 allows you to stay in Australia in every visit while subclass 977 allows you to stay 3 months of each visit within 12 months from the day when the visa was granted or the life of the visa if the visa is less than 12 months. The visa cannot be extended after the expiry and i... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

24. ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN AUSTRALIA VISA (SUBCLASS 845)
June 04, 2018

Established business in Australia visa (subclass 845) has closed doors for new applications although the not for family members if your visa is not decided yet. The established business in Australia visa (subclass 845) is a type of permanent visa that allows you to travel to and from Australia for 5 years. You only eligible for the established business in Australia visa (subclass 845) if you a holder of temporary resident visa if you have been in Australia as a temporary resident for 272 days if you have the ownership interest that is well proven by the successful businesses in Australia. Y... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

25. ELECTRONIC TRAVEL AUTHORITY (VISITOR) VISA (SUBCLASS 976)
June 04, 2018

The visa allows you to travel to Australia for holidays, or as a tourist or for the informal study. For you to be granted electronic travel authority(visitor) visa (subclass 976) you were required to be free from tuberculosis, you were not supposed to have record of criminal activity, you were not to train or study for more than 3 months and you were not allowed to work while you were in Australia. Electronic travel authority (visitor) visa (subclass 976) has closed doors for new applications in 2013 and now you can apply subclass 601. You were only eligible for electronic travel authori... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

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