So often we travel abroad to seek out beautiful places and we miss what is here right in front of our noses. Don’t get me wrong, we love to travel and there is still so much of the world I want to see and so many places I want to take my children BUT – we are also very grateful to live in such an incredible place as well.
As the world emerges from the grips of a global pandemic, so too do the travel dreams of a locked-down population. Holiday bookings surge from holiday-makers and backpackers like, as both short- and long-haul flights find themselves in high demand. For some, the return of global travel means an opportunity – a window to the often-shared dream of exploring the world. However, the pandemic has been an expensive time for many, and the money to sustain such a life-affirming trip may simply not be there.
It hasn’t yet been two years since the COVID-19 pandemic turned so much upside-down, but it feels as though it’s been a lot longer. Everyone’s exhausted at this point, of course: community spirit got people through the worst times so far, but it’s so much harder to be resilient as the months drag on and there’s no clear light at the end of the tunnel.
Cambodia’s beautiful temples, colourful landscapes, and unique culture are still virtually undiscovered by mass tourism, which makes it a fantastic destination to explore!
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the travel and tourism industry to a standstill. People are still not sure if it is safe to resume travelling. You may have ditched your travel plans abroad to stay safe. However, after being confined to the four walls of our house during the pandemic, our hearts may crave to travel.
Holidays are a hot topic for families, despite many of us having to cancel and rearrange them multiple times due to COVID-19. Family holidays have to match everyone’s needs, stay within a budget, fit around work, children’s commitments and much more. There are two ways to handle this: panic or just get super organised.
One of the things we’ve been meaning to do for ages is to visit Angel Bay and try to spot the seals. We managed to get over there in May of this year during half term and then again this summer holiday. If this is something you fancy doing, here are a few things that might be useful to know.
There are so many benefits to caravan park holidays with children. Read on to find out a few of these.