A selection of useful apps that can come in handy when going for a trip. I’ve put them in order starting with bookings, trip planning all the way to the actual trip. So here we go: #1 HotelTonight App: From … Continue reading
#1 Eat a good breakfast: Start your day with a fulfilling balanced meal. It will wake you up and give you a good energy boost needed for a day full of activities. Opt for a bed and breakfast option when booking … Continue reading
#1 Get a good suitcase: A good quality suitcase with the right size will protect your belongings, give you ample space to pack and will last for years. Yes it might cost you a bit but it is something definitely … Continue reading
#1 What’s on my bucket list? If you have a list of dream destinations you want to visit then it’s a good start. Look at the places you’ve jotted down somewhere or pictures of places you’ve saved for inspiration. Now … Continue reading
Following up on the tips I gave on how to find a good hotel, thought I’d share a list of the best (and favourite) hotel and accommodation booking websites I have come across each with a different edge and all … Continue reading
#1 Waiting till the last minute to prepare your travel documents: You don’t want to discover that your passport is almost expired a few days before your planned trip or scheduled appointment to get your visa. Make sure your travel documents … Continue reading
Dreaded by everyone, long flights are truly of one of the most painful experiences in travel . But being inevitable for many (after all everyone is on one side of the world trying to get to the other) there can … Continue reading
Randomly pick out 10 travel bucket lists from people around you and chances are you will find Greece in almost all of them. A country with a mix of Mediterranean and European vibes, world famous for its historic sites on … Continue reading
Heading to a foreign country for study, work, or relocating with family and need some help getting yourself prepared? Here are a few useful tips:
Take the children to football practice, that’s how you can discover they have a passion for this sport.
Get them a musical instrument or a sketch pad and water colours, that’s how you can get them started on music or art.
But with travel how would you do that? How would you kick start a passion that can turn them into world explorers with an ongoing desire to go from one place to other? While an obvious answer may be to take them on trips around the world, this is not a convenient option available all the time. Still, there are certainly a few things that parents can do that can pave a way for children towards that passion: (based on personal experience and talks with travel aware parents) Continue reading