AD | Collaborative post The key step in preparation for the travel is planning and doing some research ahead of time. When on the road you are bound to feel the discomfort of missing some of your favourite things from home, but it is easily fixed with a bit of preparation and packing all the things that you might need.
From a long-awaited cruise, to just an afternoon on the water, nothing can put a crimp in your plans more effectively than a bout of seasickness. Seasickness, or more correctly motion sickness, has its root cause in your inner ear. When sitting in a boat and looking at your friends, watching TV or whatever, your eyes tell your brain that you are not moving. However, your sense of balance, which is located in your inner ear, is telling your brain a different story. These crossed signals start you down the road to seasickness.
AD | Collaborative post It seems like winter is finally behind us and we can start to look forward to warmer weather. With this brings plans for trips away. However, the heat can be an issue no matter where you decide to go on holiday. With this in mind, I wanted to share some ways to stay cool on a summer holiday.
Collaborative post Summer will soon be upon us and after months and months of not being able to go anywhere I’m sure a lot of us are getting itchy feet. While most holidays abroad are off the cards this year we still have the whole of the UK to explore, and there are some amazing places that you can go. You might be looking to go on a super fun road trip this summer but make sure you have done all of the necessary car checks to make sure you’re safe before you go.
John, Erin and I are away on holiday at the moment (I may have mentioned that once or twice) but I am so happy to be hosting a post from Cath who blogs at Passports and Adventures. I love hearing about her adventures with her family so she’s here today with some travel advice! We have been flying with BattleKid since he was eight months old. With several flights a year under his belt since then, it’s safe to say we know a thing or two about keeping a toddler entertained on flights. I know
AD | Gifted product In a few days John, Erin and I will be heading off to Majorca on our first family holiday abroad. I have flown plenty of times before and so has John but this is something completely new for Erin and she has no idea what to expect. Although we are only going on a 2.5 hour flight Erin might get worried or scared as soon as she sees the plane. At the moment she’s quite excited but you can never really be sure how a toddler will react to something. I
Up until October of this year, I had never been on a proper holiday in the UK. I think a lot of this is down to not being able to drive as a lot of places I would want to go are not easily accessible by train or the journey would take a VERY long time. For example, I would love to go to places like Cornwall, Brighton, Newquay and to rent a cute little cottage in the middle of nowhere. Without being able to drive, it sometimes seems that holidays abroad are easier and
Today I’m hosting a guest post from Katykicker to help you save money when travelling to Centerparcs. I’m a great lover of Center Parcs and my family and I have been multiple times this year alone. I’m heading back in just a few weeks and I’m already thinking about what I’m going to take to save money at Center Parcs. I’ve got a number of tips on keeping the budget low, while still having fun, so here are my top tips: Meal plan Think about your breakfast and dinner as a minimum. Many of the