Now Travel Is Going To Be One Big Adventure!

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Surprise! Now travel is going to be one big adventure with the new bundle of baby on the way with 1 week to go.

Yes! We are going to be travelling the world with a new baby!! A cutie little girl! This takes travel to a whole new level! We are so excited and looking forward to our little addition and the sweet future and all the new adventures in store for us as a little family. From Autumn 2017 I am going to be World-Schooling Joshua for about 1 year whilst taking care of baby, for which I will be spending my Maternity leave doing.

I hope to travel the world for a year and with Joshua leaving school, depending on where we stay the longest I would like to send him to an International school as I believe it to offer a great experience by providing him with a global education. Learning through our travels is number one on the list, more than anything else I want my children to have an all round practical, hands on education from around the world – besides who can sit in class all day when the world is out there to see, touch and discover!

You may be where I was 3 – 4 years ago; lonely, feeling down and struggling to get by, I understand it. I worked really, really hard for years saving and deciding what I truly wanted from life. It hasn’t come easy at all, it’s been more than a struggle, but you have to know, if you want something to happen, it will, you have to keep striving and NEVER lose track of that goal in your heart.

 

Global Data – Flexiroam X

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Flexiroam Single Mum Travels

What is Data Roaming?

Data roaming happens when you travel outside your own country’s network into another. By having data roaming activated you will be using another country’s network for connecting to the Internet, making and receiving phone calls and text messages.

 

Downsides of Data Roaming while Travelling to Multiple Countries

The number 1 downside of data roaming is that it’s expensive, you’ve likely read horror stories of travellers running up huge data bills from their own network providers, one way to get around this is to buy a new SIM card for each country you visit but this incurs the cost of a new SIM, topping up and once you leave to another country you have to start the whole process all over again, not my idea of fun. You could also try to connect to free WIFI hotspots but this again is not easy and time consuming as well as dealing with slow Internet connections, not ideal if you’re working remotely while travelling either.

 

A Solution Discovered – What is Flexiroam X?

Flexiroam X is a new product launched this year in 2016 based in Kuala Lumpur; they created an ultra-thin SIM card that discreetly attaches to your current SIM. This means you are able to use two SIM cards in 1 changing over when needed just by restarting your phone.

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How to set up Flexiroam

I got my Flexiroam SIM card pack within 3 days, I opened the parcel and found the neatly presented SIM pack with clear, simple instructions on how to set-up and use the SIM. Hassle free and within 10 minutes I was able to start using the free data that I accumulated by signing up after unlocking my phone from my network provider.

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Single Mum Travels Flexiroam X

I needed to download the App from the Android store, set up an account in a matter of minutes, inserted the microchip on top of my own SIM card by following the easy to understand illustrated instructions contained within the Flexiroam X data pack as well as the App walkthrough instructions. The Flexiroam X chip does not affect your own Sim card, as it is just a thin film that sticks on your own Sim card.

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What Devices Flexiroam X is Compatible With?

Flexiroam X is compatible with any unlocked iOS and Android smartphone with any SIM size. You need to check with your original service provider if you need to unlock your device, as I needed to arrange for my phone to be unlocked.

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Flexiroam X works with Nano-Sims as long as they are not cut from micro or regular sizes, in other words it must be original Nano-Sim.

 

How Many Countries Does Flexiroam Operate In?

Flexiroam currently has 3G coverage in over 100 countries and 4G coverage in 56 countries which you can check out below or here: http://web.flexiroamx.com/#coverage

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I used my Flexiroam X in London, United Kingdom with 4G coverage; I give the speed and reliability 10/10.

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Benefits of Flexiroam X

Flexiroam X is the ultimate flexible roaming experience, here I am in the heart of London with so many attractions and green spaces available to visit. It’s not always easy nor possible to go through the process of searching the free Wi-Fi hotspots, signing up, and then logging in.

Moving fast-paced from location to location, not returning to the same attraction more than once, it’s just too much of a hassle when on vacation to search for free WIFI. The more streamlined a process is, the easier it is to focus on what matters most and that’s having fun and enjoying every moment of your holiday.

Flexiroam X completely solves this issue for me; it allows a constant streamlined 4G roaming experience, no hassle, and just a simple process you have to go through only once to sign up and get started. I don’t have to worry about changing Sim cards as I change countries. I can spend my holiday roaming fast and freely instead of searching for random WIFI hotspots.

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Single Mum Travels Experience of Flexiroam X

I found Flexiroam X to be such a unique product. The experience has so many added benefits from being able to see Trip Advisor travel highlights at thousands of supported locations via the Flexiroam X App, the ability to unlock FREE DATA by allowing each user of Flexiroam X to create custom referral codes, I can ensure I get more data for my money!

If you truly seek to take advantage of the Flexiroam X benefits, you can unlock even more data through several levels of referrals. The more friends and family you refer the more FREE DATA you gain to use at all corners of the globe.

Flexiroam X is so ideal for frequent multicounty travellers on a budget just like me who want the benefits of easy data roaming without worrying about running up a huge mobile bill.

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Would I recommend Flexiroam?

Yes I would! For a large data user like me I have found the holy grail of data roaming.

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HOW TO PACK FOR A CRUISE

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Are you off on a cruise this year? If you’re a first-timer or aren’t a regular cruise-goer, we’ve pulled together some useful tips and tricks to help you get the best out of your cruise holiday, from organising your holiday outfits so that you get maximum use and minimal baggage weight to important advice for your travels!
Cruise ships often have glittering evenings so dine on board in style and feel like a star in our gorgeous occasion maxi dresses, ensure you’ve packed a formal maxi dress and a casual maxi dress for those days out, as well as casual tops and shorts to chill out in. Not forgetting of course, the all-important pool-side attire which you’ll probably be living in, soaking up the beautiful Mediterranean sun paired with your favourite sandals, be it embellished, gladiator style, flip flops or wedges!

Cruise Packing Guide

Look like a cruise pro with our tips below…
TOP 10 TIPS

  1. Know the dress-code! Look at the itinerary for your cruise beforehand and note down the specific dress code for your cruise liner – there may be specific evenings where formal dress is required.
  2. Don’t miss the boat. Be prepared with a watch, alarm clock and map/directions to ensure you get to your port on time when exploring the islands.
  3. Some cabins may be small, so don’t over-pack. Most ships offer a laundry service so you can recycle & mix and match your outfits (we show you how, below!)
  4. Be clear on what’s included in your ticket and more importantly what’s not. You don’t want to end up racking up a huge bar bill by the end of your trip.
  5. Avoid high phone charges. Check your cruise has WiFi and use a service such as Whats App to connect with friends and family on board for free.
  6. Don’t miss the shows. Get up to speed with the planned activity for the week, highlight your favourites so you’re sure to make the most of your trip without missing out on the entertainment.
  7. Binoculars are a great item to pack – explore the great sea, go whale watching or simply use in when exploring on dry land.
  8. Keep important documents with you such as passports & travel tickets.
  9. Before you book, if you’re prone to sea sickness try and get a cabin in the mid-ship on a low deck, this is where you should feel the least amount of movement.
  10. Interact with the ship’s crew, you never know what insightful knowledge they can pass on, from sharing little known facts about the ship or what to see and do on dry land.

 

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