Thinking of going to your dream destination on your next holiday but worried about airfare rates? Depending on where you’re going, plane tickets can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars. Add to this your food and accommodation expenses, and you’ve got plenty of saving to do. Fortunately, if you play your cards right, you wont have to spend all your savings on your next trip. Check out the tips below that prove air travel doesn’t have to be expensive.
Bringing your furry buddy with you on an aeroplane is stressful. As most pet owners know, dogs and cats don’t really like being cooped up in a cage for a long time.
You’ll probably stress yourself out thinking about how your pet’s doing inside the cargo area. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make the trip less stressful for both you and your pet.
In one week, you’ll be on your way to that much-needed 5-day vacation. You know what to pack, your flight and airport car parking is booked, and you just can’t wait to soak up some sun and surf the waves of Bondi Beach.
But before you leave for your holiday, don’t forget to make arrangements to keep your house safe while you’re away.
Thieves these days are quite smart and will go to great lengths to get inside a house. If you want peace of mind while on a trip, and don’t want to come home to an empty house, check out these tips:
Your flight getting cancelled is an inconvenience. You instantly lose money and time.
Travel experts and airlines advise being there at the airport early to avoid inconveniences. In case your flight is cancelled, here are some tips to help you deal with a cancellation:
Getting through airport security with kids in tow can either be a breeze or a parent’s worst nightmare. Just imagine this: you’re carrying your luggage to the check-point counter when your toddler suddenly throws a tantrum.
You want to pick up your kid and calm him down, but you can’t put down the luggage because your companion is busy with the rest of your bags. Fortunately, travelling with young kids doesn’t always have to be like this. Here are a few tips that can help you and your kids get through airport security in one piece.
Going on holiday without breaking the bank doesn’t mean you have to go without. In fact, there is a range of great travel destinations for budget-conscious travellers.
Travelling on a budget can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Depending on where you travel and what you want to do, you can find a vast array of adventures. We have put together a list of the best budget-friendly places to travel in 2015.
The airport can be very a stressful place, everyone has somewhere to be and people can sometimes forget about common courtesy.
To save you some stress for the next time you travel, here are some tips of how to keep relaxed and organised during your next trip to the airport.