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Archive for: October, 2013
Travel to Relieve Stress

Stress seems to be more common than the common cold (and that even has common its name!) these days, but simply ensuring that you are aware that you have become stressed is the first step towards beating it. Spot the Symptoms. Stress can manifest itself differently for different people so find out how it surfaces in Read More

A Hole in One for AllClear Travel Sponsored Charity Golf Day

  The entire event was sponsored by AllClearTravel and organised and managed by sister company LeisureLink Golf Holidays. A magnificent £5,000 was raised on the day which was donated to AllClear’s nominated charity the Willow Foundation. The Willow Foundation provides special days for young people aged between 16 and 40 living with serious illness. The Read More

Unplugging On Holiday

  Around 90% of British Holiday makers spend 4 hours or more staring at one screen or another everyday whilst on their holidays, based on a survey carried of 2,000 Britons out by lastminute.com Social media websites are perhaps most responsible for the increased use of technology, with people posting pictures of their trip on Read More

Don’t let a medical condition or disability stop you from travelling

If you are one of the millions of people around the world who have the time and the resources to travel, but who have physical restrictions or are disabled, you are not alone. Today you are part of a growing trend of travellers. The travel and tourism market for people with physical restrictions or disabilities Read More

Wise Investment Pays Off for Cardiac patient

While there are plenty of destinations to choose from in the world, many find that they have less choice when it comes to the all-important travel insurance. This is something that 64-year old Barry Everett from West Yorkshire experienced first-hand after having a double cardiac arrest after Christmas in 2010. “I knew very well from Read More

GUEST POST- New travel ideas for Over 50’s- By Leo Josh

It has become a well know fact that many people are choosing to travel later in life, especially over 50’s! The older traveller has a wide variety of luxury holiday destinations and activities to chose from, whether is nice glass of wine in an American vineyard or an intellectual tour in Rome. You may have Read More

Planning a trip to Australia? Need to know info on Australia’s Reciprocal Health Agreement

Are you planning on travelling to Australia soon? Here is some vital information on Australia’s reciprocal health care agreement. The Australian government has signed reciprocal health agreements with the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, Belgium, Malta, Slovenia and Norway. These agreements mean that residents of these countries Read More

Some great ideas for the summer

This summer is proving to be a great one and is definitely living up to the unforgettable Olympic Games of last year. We want our customers to make the most of their summer, whether at home or abroad, so here are some great ideas for you to consider: Get fit- We have all heard of Read More

Fly like Superman: Fuelled by the Power of Sun Rays

  Allclear Travel is trying to encourage greener holidays and Bertrand Piccard is helping us out with this. His ultimate mission is to build a plane that is fuelled by the power of sun rays that will circumnavigate the globe, a desire he first acquired after 1999 when he became the first person to circumnavigate Read More

Great food worth travelling for. Culinary tours more popular than ever

  While not as extreme as the New York-based woman who travelled 350,000 miles in the last three years to feast on delicacies such as sheep’s brains, live shrimp and duck face – you might be dreaming of your own culinary tours adventure. If so, you are not alone. Culinary travel is a big trend Read More