Month: August 2017

How to travel on a budget

How to travel on a budget

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
Wherever you plan on going away this summer, your holiday doesn’t have to cost the earth. Here are a few tips and hints, which could help you travel on a budget. Set a budget One of the golden rules of relying on a budget is to set one out. Before going overseas consider what you can realistically afford and how much you plan on spending. The last thing you want to return home to is post holiday blues with post holiday debt. In the run up to your holiday, start saving to make sure you have enough cash for your needs. It would also be advisable to have an emergency fund set aside. Travel light If you’re travelling via a budget airline, more often than not they will charge you for taking large luggage on board. If you can survive for the duration of your trip with ever
Where to buy a holiday home in Cumbria

Where to buy a holiday home in Cumbria

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
Finding the right holiday cabin begins with knowing where you wish to spend your future holidays. If you are planning on purchasing a home, you need to determine where you will enjoy spending your time in the future. Then you can look for holiday homes that are available in that area. If you are planning to purchase a holiday home in Cumbria, there are a number of areas available; and knowing which of these best suits your interests will help you to ensure that you buy the right cabin for your holiday now- and in the years to come. So where should you buy in the region? Bowness Where to buy a holiday home in Cumbria Bowness-on-Windermere is an excellent location for your holiday cabin. The Lake District in general offers a number of wonderful attractions and amenities an...
What Is The Essential Clothing I Need For A Cruise?

What Is The Essential Clothing I Need For A Cruise?

Europe Travel, UK Travel, Worldwide Travel
Leaving aside the fact that cruising the Canadian coast looking for icebergs, is totally different from sweltering on deck through the Suez Canal, once inside these floating vessels, you are going to be wearing much the same cruise clothing, no matter what your location. Ideally you need to split what you pack into two categories: formal and informal. The ships don’t usually put much of a restriction on the amount you can take on board, but remember you may have limited cabin space and an allocation of only half a dozen hangers, so it’s important not to go overboard. Jeans and t-shirts versus chinos and shirts Jeans and t-shirts may be ok in some informal eating areas, but you will find that unless you are on an under 21 cruise, most men will be wearing chinos, casual shirts a