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5 of the world’s longest beaches

Have you found that a lot of the beaches you have visited never have enough space? Here are some of the longest beaches in the world which you might find a little more spacious! Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh The sandy beaches, coconut palm trees and tropical weather make Cox’s Bazar a great candidate for an ideal Read More

3 unusual festivals this April

When travelling it is always a good idea to research whether there any events such as festivals happening in the place that you are going to be visiting. This could be for two opposite reasons. It might be that you want to plan your travels so you can visit the festival and absorb the atmosphere. Read More

Travelling with Parkinson’s Disease

It’s Parkinson’s Awareness Week this week (7th-13th April), organised by Parkinson’s UK to help raise awareness for a condition which affects around 127, 000 people in the UK. Living with Parkinson’s can be difficult, particularly as everyone with the condition experiences different symptoms. So, in recognition of Parkinson’s Awareness Week, we have put this blog Read More

Best places to travel this April

With spring time warmth beginning to heat up many parts of the world, April could be a great month for you to grab some early sunshine. Here are our tips on the best places to visit in April. Experience Easter in Italy Easter (Pasqua) in 2014 falls on Sunday April 20th. There are several events Read More

How to get your flight attendant to like you

We all know that flights can be a little uncomfortable, especially long haul ones, but showing some charm to your flight attendant could make it a whole lot more bearable. 1)      Manners are a must- Yes,it is their job to be nice to you, but it doesn’t hurt to say hello back! A simple ‘Good Read More

Travelling with autism – 5 tips for flying with an autistic child

Yesterday was Autism Awareness Day! All around the world, autism organisations celebrated the day with fundraising and awareness-raising events. If you are a parent or grandparent of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), planning a holiday can be stressful and extra organisation and preparation may be required. Here are five tips for making a Read More

Heart Transplant Patient takes on scariest Disney rides

When Nicola Hague suffered a devastating stroke at the age of just 18, doctors advised her parents Michael and Denise to prepare for the worst. They did not think Nicola would survive the night. Despite the grave concerns of the medical staff, she pulled through, and today, 34-year old Nicola leads a full and active Read More