Travel Insurance
You certainly can’t cancel travel insurance that you have already paid for, but your insurance will surely come in handy when an event that you’re travelling for gets cancelled. So many of us have looked back on previous trips and are thankful for the travel insurance taken out to cover ourselves and family members. Event cancellation insurance is usually an extension that is optional in travel insurance policies. You have the choice to avail of this extension in cases where you will be traveling because of a special event.
What is a bucket list single mum travels blog
Everyone has heard it but what is a bucket lis? How do you get started and create one and best of all check off your list? Here I tell you how to make a bucket list and live it. My bucket list consisted of two things; places I wanted to visit that inspired me and secondly things I wanted to experience in my life.
Worst Case Scenarios When Travelling
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.
Tips to help children deal with the holiday heat
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.
How to Pack for Pregnant Travel - 5 Suggestions There’s no doubt you deserve a well-earned break before your little one arrives. Here are 5 tips for packing while pregnant. There are plenty of extra things to consider, pregnancy has the potential to turn packing into a minefield. Take the stress out of it with our suggestions and you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing trip. (Remember: Travel is normally prohibited after 36 weeks, sooner if there have been any complications or if you’re expecting more than one baby.)   (Photo by Rui Silvestreon Unsplash)   1) Prepare your travel documents Pregnancy means you’ll need extra...
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