Posts Tagged ‘travel with children’

COMPANIONSHIP, KIDS AND FINANCES – FAMILIES USE CARS TO PLAN FUTURES AND CONFESS FEARS

Oct 23 2012

Family car trips are fast becoming the location for ‘quality time’, as families use car journeys as an opportunity to spend time with their loved ones, reveal their worries and make plans according to the recent Secret Lives of Cars research.

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Top Tips for Mums Travelling Around London

Oct 06 2012

Let’s face it, prams and public transport can be a bit of a nightmare, but driving in and around London isn’t always a barrel of laughs either. Lots of parents – especially new parents – feel nervous about using buses and trains with their little ones. It can be claustrophobic, chaotic and extremely stressful, especially if you’re lugging about large prams, shopping and small children. Here are a few tips on how to make getting around that bit easier, so you feel more confident getting out and about with your kids.

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Travel with kids: The family guide to Lanzarote

Oct 01 2012

Have you ever landed on a beach? Well, that’s what expects you when you arrive at Lanzarote airport and this sets the scene for the holiday. Lanzarote is an incredible island, with landscapes resembling nothing like you’ve seen before. White beaches, black volcanic beaches, gulfs that seem strange mixes of lunar and infernal landscapes.

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Tips to Stay Healthy While Travelling

Jul 04 2012

Are you travelling for the holidays this year? Here are ten pre-boarding secrets, culled from frequent fliers, on what to do to protect yourself from colds, flu, and other ills. Advice from exercise expert ICON Health and Fitness, which can be found on Twitter @iFitLiveUK.

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How to keep little travellers entertained while mummies relax

Nov 28 2011

I always wondered what to do while travelling, when my son outgrew his beloved Trunki…. Until I found a new product that is perfect for school children who need to be kept busy during car trips, flights and on trains as well as learn to carry their own stuff.

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