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Travel care for cancer patients

When you are travelling, it is important that you take care of yourself. People with cancer can be at a higher risk of developing blood clots, infections or lymphoedema. Blood clots People with cancer can have additional proteins and cell fragments that can cause the blood to clot. Other reasons why cancer patients may be Read More

Things to consider when travelling after cancer treatment

People with cancer usually travel for the same reasons as everyone else- to enjoy a great holiday. After cancer treatment however, there are certain extra things to consider and plan for. Your destination When planning your holiday after cancer treatment you should first confirm with your doctor that you are fit to travel. When choosing Read More

Guess the location #3

Answer:  Gozo island, Malta. Gozo island is one of the sister islands of Malta located in the Mediterranean sea. The island is truly beautiful with many stunning beaches and a variety of amazing panoramas.  Within the island there are many historical sites, forts as well as one of the archipelago’s best-preserved prehistoric temples, Ġgantija.

5 ways to become a better traveller

For those of you that travel regularly you may need a few tips on how to become a better traveller. Here our 5 quick tips that you may find useful:  1.     Avoid taking a plane and instead take a train By taking a train instead of a plane you can become a part of the ‘slow travel’ Read More

Fully charge your devices before flying

All passengers flying into or out of the UK are being told to make sure that all portable electronic devices such as phones, laptops, tablets, MP3 players and cameras that are being carried in hand luggage must be sufficiently charged so they can be switched on for security checks. The UK airports that have begun Read More

How to say hello in 20 languages

 In the second of our series of language blogs, we’re teaching you how to say hello in 20 languages: German – Grüßgott French – Bonjour Spanish -Hola Portuguese – Olá Russian- Iszdravstvuyte Norwegian-Goddag Japanese- Kon’nichiwa Korean – Annyeonghaseyo Thai- S̄wạs̄dī Latin- Salve Italian- Ciao Albanian- Përshëndetje Swahili -Hujambo Mandarin- Nǐ hǎo Danish- Hej Dutch- Hallo Read More

5 ways to cut down on sugar

Every since sugar was discovered we just can’t get enough of it! Millions of people around the world consume some form of sugar every day, with many consuming too much. There are however ways in which you can cut down on your sugar consumption. 1.     Swap your cereal for a porridge Many of the breakfast Read More