Single parent holidays

Going on holiday with a newborn

Are you mad?! That was my initial reaction to the title of this article when asked to write it. When my two kids were first born all I wanted to do was curl up in my cosy home and enjoy restful snuggles with my squidgy little bundle of joy. But then I started to think

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Buying a caravan for the family

Caravanning is a fun way to spend time with the family and introduce children to the great outdoors. There is the freedom of travelling from campsite to campsite and the luxury of taking a mini version of your home on the road. But what should you consider before buying a caravan for the family? Think

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15 Pound holidays from the Sun

Going on holiday for £15.00? It sounds absolutely wonderful doesn’t it? But is it really possible? Well The Sun newspaper tells us so, but what is the real damage to our pocket? Let’s have a look at exactly how much a £15.00 family holiday really is and how to avoid the ‘hidden’ extras that could

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Passport requirements for british children

If you are thinking of taking a family trip abroad any time soon, then it’s important to make sure you have all the right documentation. In years gone by it was possible to add a small child temporarily onto a parental passport, but these rules were updated some time ago. Now, every child under the

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Planning a family holiday

Holidays with kids in tow can be vastly different than the ones you took as a couple. What was once an opportunity to chill out, relax and explore new places may now seem like a military operation that needs precision planning. But going on a family holiday doesn’t have to be stressful. Here’s how to

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Tips for going on holiday alone

Gone are the days when only business people travelled alone, these days more of us are packing for a solo holiday than ever before. So, what is the best way to make sure your holiday alone doesn’t become the holiday from hell!? If you are a female travelling alone, safety must always come first. Feeling

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