As empty nesters, you finally have the time and freedom to indulge your wanderlust and travel to all those destinations you’ve been dreaming about over the years. With the kids grown up and out of the house, you can fully immerse yourselves in planning the holiday of your dreams without worrying about fitting anyone’s schedule but your own. Whether you fancy exploring the wilds of Africa, absorbing the rich history of Europe, or taking in the majestic sights of America, crafting the perfect holiday as empty nesters is all about focusing on quality over quantity and choosing locations and experiences that speak to your passions.
In today’s digital age, travel bloggers have become influential figures in the travel industry. With their captivating storytelling, engaging content, and extensive reach, travel bloggers have the power to inspire and influence the decisions of countless travellers. Recognising this, travel companies should embrace the opportunity to collaborate with travel bloggers. In this article, I will explore the numerous benefits of working with travel bloggers and how it can enhance a company’s brand visibility, credibility, and overall success.
Do you get travel sick? I’ve never had a problem myself but my mum used to have terrible travel sickness on boats and buses/coaches and also in the car if the road was winding. A friend of mine also had terrible travel sickness if the journey was more than 30 minutes long.
While travelling alone with an infant may seem like a near-impossible task, it can be done. Yes, you will probably have to deal with a few people who ask if it’s even legal – yes really! But don’t let that deter you from taking your family on vacation. Once you land at your destination, you’ll probably have a bit more peace of mind thanks to these 5 tips for travelling solo with little ones!
If you are a regular reader of the blog, you may have read my article on how to put a ‘busy bag’ together and the advantages of doing this before travelling with your children. I always see planning ahead as being central to the success of any big trip with children. Here are a few reasons why.
Are you planning a holiday? Have you booked something? Getting excited?It’s never too early to make sure you’ve got all the important things in place. Here are a few things to think about before you get carried away with packing or shopping for holiday bits and bobs.
When thinking about taking the plunge to work remotely and live the life of a digital nomad, the first thing that comes to mind is what to do with the assets you’ve already accumulated. It’s important to assess the all available options that can set you off stress-free and allow you to return to your assets as you left them.
While dolphins are generally considered to be an endangered species across the globe, it’s fair to say that South Africa bucks this worrying trend. In this region, the respective dolphin populations are thought to be fairly healthy, with up to five species regularly seen from the shore.