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How to keep your cash safe on holiday

The crisis in Greece has prompted travel organisations to advise tourists to take cash with them on holiday, as using cards may not be an option. However, this has worried many tourists, who don’t feel comfortable with carrying - or stashing - their cash. Tourists will need to be vigilant - but the... Read more

Find the perfect book for your holiday

Whether you’re the kind of holidaymaker who lives for adrenaline or you prefer a more sedate adventure, you’ll need something to read on your travels. A plane journey without a book is unthinkable - and don’t even get us started on a day at the beach without something to read. Holidays come in many... Read more

How to organise a group holiday without going mad

It normally happens after a boozy night out, and more often than not, it’s around Christmas. After your fifth glass of fizz, you embrace your friends and say, ‘Let’s go on holiday next year. It’ll be no fuss - I’ll organise it.’ You are rewarded with applause and loving smiles. So far, so good... T... Read more

Chemmy Alcott shares her top tips on how to prepare for a skiing holiday

Going skiing soon? Lucky you - the season’s just started and there are plenty of resorts for you to get to grips with the white stuff. However, before you get too excited, remember the old mantra - if you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail. Here's a brief guide to what you need to prepare for you... Read more

My Essential Pre-Trip To-Do List

In my early twenties I was invincible. When I travelled I was care-free and on occasion, don’t tell my mother, insurance free. These days, I wouldn’t jump on a domestic flight without insurance. Working in the travel insurance industry, I’ve had the benefit of learning not only from my own experien... Read more

The Ultimate Bali Travel Guide

Bali is Indonesia’s smallest province, but it’s also one of the most popular, and it’s not hard to see why.  With gorgeous beaches suited to everything from surfing to snorkelling, a delicious and diverse cuisine as well as a lively nightlife and rich culture, this charming island in the Indian Ocea... Read more

Best ski resorts for families

Skiing is a holiday experience like no other, especially for kids. If you’re planning a family get-away to the slopes this year, the following line-up of ski resorts will help you choose the perfect destination, whether you’re travelling on a budget, or looking to splurge on the holiday of a lifetim... Read more

The ultimate travel snacks for train plane bus or ferry trips

When you’re on the move and you get hungry, there’s nothing worse than stopping off at a garage and eventually picking up three chocolate bars in a panic, wolfing them down in a matter of minutes then hating yourself for the rest of the day. There are so many delicious travel-friendly foods availab... Read more

How to help a treasured holiday destination get back on its feet

Natural disasters are beyond horrifying, and when they hit, we’re all affected. We all want to help as much as we can, either by donating to charities providing help, flying to the stricken country to assist, or organising fundraisers for the cause. However, what if it’s a treasured holiday destina... Read more

The best nationalities to hang out with when you’re backpacking

Backpacking is a melting pot of opposites; it’s the most relaxing, tiring, inspiring, exhausting, awesome and frustrating time of your life. You have amazing adventures and find yourself in the occasional tight spot while feasting one day and being faced with nothing but crisps the next. You oversl... Read more

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