One of the places we intend to travel as a family is to Canada. It is somewhere I find hugely exciting because it has so many of the things we love to do as a family.
London certainly holds a special place in lots of people’s hearts, but, if you are visiting London and have time to travel around a little, don’t miss out on taking in a village with an “old-fashioned” character with special cottages and cobbled streets, or the stunning countryside.
This includes 10 tips for a relaxing campervan holiday, to give you the experience of a lifetime.
None of us have been on very long car journeys with children over the last 12 months due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. However, with every jab that goes into an arm somewhere, we get one step closer to the world opening up again. Here, are a few tips to help ease children back into long car journeys.
Predicting the future at this point might be unlikely, but planning for the future is imperative. As 2020’s unique chapter is finally behind us, many are eagerly looking forward to starting to travel again. The anticipation of 2021 though, has so far been a huge disappointment to so many people, beginning with a lockdown and no signs of travel on the horizon.
2020 and now 2021 have been very different for everyone. For children, this has meant that everything they know as the norm has altered and there is now a ‘new normal’.
It’s quite hard to believe that we are only two months off a year from when the UK first went into lockdown and schools and business closed. When the bulk of the UK, or world even started to work from home, whilst simultaneously trying to educate children…almost a year!
I wonder how many millions of holidays have been cancelled during 2020? I know people who had spring holidays booked during 2020, optimistically re-booked for autumn 2020 and then had to cancel, re-booking for 2021, or in some cases 2022 (to be on the safe side). Have you had to cancel anything this year?