The Boy Scouts have it right with their motto of “Be Prepared!” The beauty of travelling to new places is that we cannot anticipate what we will happen next. That’s what makes it exciting.
Have you travelled to the USA before? Whilst I was lucky enough to travel a lot with my parents as a child, I didn’t head across the Atlantic until I was in my early 20s. Since then I’ve been a few times, some for work, some for family holidays. There are so many things I love about the USA and I still have so much of it left to see.
Whether you’re commuting to work, flying halfway across the world, or city hopping on your weekends, there are so many ways you can travel nowadays – sometimes at a very low cost. But despite travel being such an integral part of our lives, it can get stressful at times, especially if you’ve got a long […]
We love travelling in the USA and have so many more places to see over there. Memphis is not somewhere I have particularly considered before, so I thought I’d look into what there is to do with children in Memphis.
With the summer holidays finally approaching, it’s time to plan some great days out for the whole family to enjoy with the help of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.
A recent survey found that 69% of Brits were planning a staycation this year. If you’re a parent, you know that taking the kids far away in a car can be troublesome.
With today’s hectic and ‘always on’ lifestyle, it’s more important than ever to take time to unwind and relax. Spending time doing the things you enjoy with friends or family or even on your own can help to recharge your batteries and re-balance your well-being.
How many UK motorways do you think you see every year? Backwards and forwards to work, seeing friends and family and UK short breaks – how many times do you need to stop at a service station?