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Single Parent Travel
Single Parent Travel Single Parent travel can be a thrilling and exhilarating experience, it can teach us new skills and also bring to the forefront skills that we didn't even know we had. It can also be very scary, being a single parent and traveling with your children can bring out the best in you once you overcome the fear. What fears would a single parent traveling or planning to travel experience? Prior to traveling us single parents feel we will be alone, very alone in a strange country, we may not speak the native language, we may not even have any experience with...
Tips for buying your travel gear
If you’re on a budget, like most of us are, building up your travel kit is something that could take a lot of time to do. It’s important to make sure you have what you need for your trip, but at the same time, it’s easy to get swept up in a frenzy of talking to shop assistants and buying the extra-water-proofing one-time-only-sale-you-really-need-this-stuff that can really drive up the cost if you let it get out of control. Here are some tips to ensure that you use your money wisely and hopefully have some spare cash to spend while you’re away.
This weekends turnout was amazing, so many people of all ages, from the frail elderly men and women to young 4 year olds chanting "Free, Free Palestine" leading the crowds on the streets of London...
I was surprised to see that Krakow wasn't as expensive as some people tend to say it is, I mean any very touristy city has slightly higher prices than other rural areas but then again, is there really a city as costly as London?
Random 1) Crazy Restroom - Moscow I was in Moscow zoo when naturally I needed the bathroom. I was peeing when I looked up towards the ceiling to see it was mirrored, yes! it was mirrored, I could see the person next door to me, I freaked! I got out as fast as I could. Honestly, the female bathroom in Moscow zoo has a mirror for a ceiling! Random 2) Freak In Kids Play Area - Lima I was with Joshua at Park Kennedy in Lima sitting on the bench checking my emails using the free Wi-Fi (yes! Lima has loads of Wi-Fi...
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