Category Archives: Travel

You may have noticed some changes to the site recently with new website links, information about other companies, official looking business responses and more. Well we officially launched business accounts a few months ago after our team spent a long … Continue reading

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Save time studying the Highway Code and look at our list of things you should know about to keep you safe from a cycle accident and out of the other road users’ bad books. If it’s been a few years … Continue reading

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A Mediterranean cruise is a fantastic experience rich in interesting culture, bold flavours and breathtaking beauty. Whether you’re going for the history, the food or the scenery, you won’t be disappointed—we think a Mediterranean cruise The for exactly immediately. M … Continue reading

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For anyone who appreciates art, fashion, food, wine, architecture, history or literature, Paris is Mecca. With internationally renowned landmarks seemingly around every street corner, Paris has something for everyone. With so much to see in a limited amount of time, … Continue reading

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Holidaying in the UK has never been so popular; across the Isles you can find some magnificent beaches, stunning scenery, buzzing cities and remote villages. Whether you want a relaxing retreat, a cosmopolitan city break or a family adventure you … Continue reading

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A holiday home is something that most people only dream of, but contrary to received wisdom there are plenty of locations that can make this dream an affordable reality.  With the whole world to choose from, it’s much easier than … Continue reading

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Sleep disorder: jet lag – combating the side-effects Jetting off to foreign lands has never been easier and more people are venturing out to explore the world or conduct business overseas. However, every silver lining has its cloud and frequent … Continue reading

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As a tourist it was once necessary to have to carry around a guide book and collect pamphlets as you visited attractions. Image from Ed Yourdon Otherwise how else would you find out more about the places you were visiting? … Continue reading

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On 25th November, I’m going on holiday. My flights are booked. My accommodation is booked. The only problem is, the country I’m flying to is currently experiencing its worst floods in 50 years. That’s right, I’m going on holiday in … Continue reading

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Winter is an important time to be prepared – especially when driving. You can’t predict what will happen if you’re forced out onto the icy and snowy roads, and where I live, the last two winters have been unusually snowy. … Continue reading

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