For solo travellers and single parents looking for the best tips on planning worst case scenarios when travelling. It's good practice to have a contingency plan just incase things don't go the way they should. Whether in your own country or abroad where you may not speak the local language or know your way around.
Any parent will know that children and hot, sunny weather aren’t always as good a match as we’d like them to be. Dreams of long happy days playing at the beach can quickly give way to tantrums and demands to go inside, and that’s before you’ve dealt with the warmth at bedtime. To help make your holiday as stress-free as it should be for you and your little ones, the travel experts at Thomas Cook got in touch with Single Mum Travels. Here, they give us their top tips for helping your children deal with the holiday heat.
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..
Any parent knows that traveling with young children isn’t the easiest of the things. At times, it can be outright challenging, especially if you’re a single parent. But most parents are known to be resourceful which is why we know they would love any tip or suggestion that would make traveling with children easier and much more fun! Don’t Forget the Medicine at Home! This is very important and something a lot of parents overlook. Do not forget medicine at home, whatever you do! Bring medicine for pain, upset tummies, fevers, allergies, and anything else (prescription or not) that your child...