The Dos and Don’ts of booking a last minute holiday in 2020

Dec 03 2020

Travel isn’t cheap, but you can save a lot of money if you book last minute. When airlines and hotels have spaces to fill, they will often sell off cheap package deals so you can get a trip for a fraction of the price that it would normally cost, as long as you are willing to be a bit flexible about times and destinations. 

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Switch up Holiday Travel Routes with these different ideas

Nov 11 2020

When we’re looking at booking a dream holiday, the most typical travel routes will likely involve an economy-class plane ticket. This is arguably the most efficient way to get to our holiday destination because it’s inexpensive (most of the time) and it’s fast. There’s no other form of transportation that will get us to where we want to be in a shorter time.

However, that doesn’t mean that taking a plane is the only way you should consider travelling. In fact, many people are more open to extending their journey as long as it adds value and unique experiences to their journey. As the saying goes; it’s not the destination, it’s the journey.

So to offer you some inspiration, we’re going to discuss a couple of different ideas to help you switch up your holiday travel routes.

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Travel with kids: From London to Lucca

Nov 05 2020

London Mums’ globetrotter reporter Rita Kobrak has told me her lovely travel story, which I am delighted to share here. Enjoy! 

“Four years ago, my husband and I spent a half-term break in Lucca, a stunning, walled city close to Florence and Pisa. That holiday changed our lives, as shortly afterwards we left London and moved to Italy with our then 9-years old daughter, Alessia, and 3-year old son, Sebastian. My Mum was Italian so I have always spoken Italian at home and worked in Italy as a travel guide before having children. Lucca was still new to me, though. It was supposed to be a year-long stay but we are still here four years later. Looking back, packing up our belongings, putting them into storage and leaving with just two suitcases was a bit mad. But, if you are thinking of going abroad with the family for a while, I’d say: JUST DO IT! Life is too short to live in only one country. 

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