A family vacation is certainly one of the biggest events of the year. This is especially true for parents with two or more children, since just the preparation for a trip requires a lot of planning, work and effort. Traveling to an exotic destination and enjoying the beach, the waves and the warm sun is the first thing many families consider to be the greatest holiday. However, a family cruise in France offers even more excitement and gives you the opportunity to see all the wonders of this magical country. Continue Reading ›
I’ve heard a lot of people saying this year that the cost of holidaying in the usual European resorts has been really expensive – the price of food and drink is getting ridiculous and we aren’t really getting value for money anymore with the fluctuating currency markets. Next year avoid paying outrageous prices (like the equivalent of £10 for a local beer) plus the added expensive of travelling to Spain, and stay in the UK. You’ll be surprised at the options available that are right on your doorstep. Try this ebookers discount code for a great saving off the total cost of your trip. Continue Reading ›
Heading out on a spectacular road trip is one of the most exciting forms of modern holidaying. It’s a brilliant way to see the world, with home comforts crammed in your vehicle, but also a sense of adventure as you replicate the likes of Jack Kerouac’s get up and go sense of fun from the Beat Generation era.
So, as you may know, I’ve been travelling around Europe a lot and I plan to head back out into the big wide world sometime in the near future. But in the meantime, I’ve got this blog in which I will be recounting my memories, as I’ve done already here where I spoke about my road trip from Seville to Barcelona or this post where I put some tips into a piece about how to travel around Europe on a budget (even though my title is slightly different, you get the jist). Continue Reading ›
Summer Break Safety: Why You Should Track the Mobile Phone Location of Your Children on Their Vacation?
If you have a child who likes to travel a lot, especially for educational trips, you should be really happy about it. The prospects of travelling are immense for your teens as they learn new skills, languages, and have more chances of getting better jobs and higher education. Continue Reading ›
Beyond doing up my own apartment on one of the many occasions I’ve changed residences in my short life, I’ve never really been overly interested in interior design and decoration topics. But that’s what travelling does – it exposes you to so many different things and so many different ways of looking at those things that you end up just picking up a broad-based knowledgebase of just about everything. Continue Reading ›
Italy hosts the greatest number of UNESCO heritage sites in the world. It has one of the most diverse landscapes in Europe, gathering the majestic Dolomites and Alps mountains, amazing sea coasts that are famous all over the world, lakes, and rural areas to die for.
There are so many important sights in this country that you will need a lot of time to see at least half of them. But what you should know is that this picturesque European nation has a train system so well designed and so efficient, that you can jump on a train and enjoy the trip of a lifetime. Today we will get our travel gear on and take you on an Italian tour: backpacking the unbeaten path! Continue Reading ›
Family ski holidays in France are just better…
When you think of ski holidays a multitude of destinations come to mind. Perhaps Cervinia in Italy, or maybe Obergurgl in Austria – perhaps even Telluride in Colorado – or if you’re particularly adventurous maybe you imagine indoor skiing in a place like Dubai. Continue Reading ›
As a firm believer in feeding my wanderlust and as someone who maintains my own travel-related blog, I spend hours on end drawing inspiration from other fellow travel-bloggers and “life-livers.” Yes it’s great to have a platform over which to share my own travel stories, my points of view and my travel dreams, but it’s always nice to be able to entertain the one topic I’m most passionate about from the point of view of other travellers and travel bloggers as well. Continue Reading ›
A transatlantic cruise headed in the direction of the Americas makes for a great way to get away from the northern hemisphere winter, especially if the ultimate destination includes some Caribbean locations. The closer one gets to the equator, the more in line they are to enjoy guaranteed summer climates because some Caribbean locations do indeed have all-year-round summers. Those which have anything close to winter like the Cayman Islands have very mild winters in comparison to many other locations. Continue Reading ›