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Taxis To Heathrow: 4 Things You Need To Know Before You Pack

Going on holiday is full of excitement and is often one of the best times of the year. However, getting your stuff together, makings...
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Fly Free As A Bird – You’re Off To The Canary Islands!

Whether it’s Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria or one of the smaller islands you’ll be in for a treat when you get there. It’s no wonder the Canary Islands are such a popular holiday destination. Some tips to help them travel light which will make their life easy and make their trip to Canary Islands a memorable one!
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Flying With A Pet – Without The Sweat!

Many people worry about the impact flying will have on their pet's health too – nobody wants their pet to suffer or be unhappy, particularly when there is nothing you can do about it. A little thought beforehand and some planning will help make it as easy as possible. Your pet will be absolutely fine – and you will be happier knowing that they are safe and comfortable. Here's how to do it:
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What To Do To Get The Most Out Of Your Trip To Australia

Australia is big, and so are most of the cities within Australia. Whether your trip is short or long, you want to get the most out of it.However, it is hard to fit everything comfortably in one trip. Keeping some things into consideration when travelling to and staying in Australia to get the most out of your trip is essential. Rather than cutting trips short to save a few dollars, consider some of the following tips and ideas.
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Travelling Safely Where You Don’t Speak the Language

Are you planning an international vacation? Going somewhere on vacation can be very exciting, but when you travel somewhere that likely won't speak your language it can also be quite nerve-racking. Even if you are surrounded by people you can feel isolated and trapped when you aren't fluent in the native tongue. Don't let that stop you from travelling internationally, because being taken out of your comfort zone can end up becoming one of the greatest experiences of your life. You don't have to be fluent in the native language of the country you are travelling to but you should learn some words and some etiquette. Here is how.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of an Aussie Road Trip

Taking a road trip across Australia can be one of the biggest adventures of your life, just keep a few tips in mind to be sure you arrive home safely.
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Are You Sun Smart This Summer?

Most Australians only pay attention to skin and eye care during the sunny summer months. However, harmful rays can still damage eyes during the winter months. Snow blindness is a common problem among winter sport enthusiasts and for some other people as well. When the sun reflects off the snow onto the eyes, it can greatly damage the cornea. This form of snow blindness can be quite painful and will last a few days. Snow blindness is a reminder that skin and eye protection is a full time job. How to Prevent Eye Damage?
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How To Move Around Cheaply On Holiday

There are many things to consider when you head off on holiday. Something that perhaps doesn’t get the attention it should is how you intend to move around when you are in your destination itself. However, why would you want to be stuck in the same place for the length of your trip, even if it is a beautiful place? Surely, the big appeal of a holiday is that you have the opportunity to explore a place that you might never visit again, and enjoy experiences that you have never had before. The question to answer, then, is how you can move around a destination easily and at a reasonable cost, allowing you to see all of the great places that are within reach.
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Most Common Dangers When Camping

Camping is an exiting experience and brings humans closer to nature. Especially for children, as it is a very nice experience during which they will have fun and learn many things. In fact it is possible to organise outdoor activities and games to make it even more fun for children. That’s why parents let their kids join scout associations, which are known to be camp-friendly. However camping is not only about fun, as it is also about responsibility and awareness. In fact, it is important to be aware that dangers and risks are present in this kind of activity. Once you know what the possible dangers are you will be able to avoid them and to teach your child/children to do the same. Here are the most common dangers of camping and safety precautions to prevent them.
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4 Things To Do Before Your First International Trip

It can be refreshing to step out of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in an entirely new and unique environment where the language, lingo, culture, cuisine, and landscape are entirely unfamiliar. The lure of international travel entices many people, and planning a getaway to another country is always an adventure. If you’re thinking about taking off on your first one, here are a few tips to help make your trip run as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

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