Posts tagged with ‘travel safety’

  • Travel Safety Advice Based on Our Survey Results

    Based off of the responses we got from our recent survey, we wanted to provide you with some of our best advice for areas of travel a lot of people felt unsure about. This guide will cover going through the airport security process, feeling more comfortable flying, who to contact and where to go in an emergency and travelling from the airport to your accommodation.

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  • Travelling Solo Safety Advice

    Regardless of the crime landscape in your area, we all have to travel. We have to go to work. We have to go buy food. And, as the pandemic has so keenly highlighted for everyone, we need to see our friends and family somewhat regularly or we’re going to lose it a little bit. This is just how we all live our lives. It shouldn’t be up to us to try to be the least attackable person walking home at 6pm on a Thursday when you should be deciding what to have for tea but this is the world we live in. A predator is going to attack what appears to be the easiest target so you need to make it hard for them.

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  • What’s the latest on going on travelling this winter?

    Going abroad for anything other than essential reasons is currently banned throughout the UK, but the reports of a potential vaccine have led to a rising interest from people eager to get back out there and travel.

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  • Adventures in Canada

    I never really considered myself as a thrill-seeker, but in 2015, that all changed. My family and I decided on an intense celebratory holiday in honor of my Mum’s birthday. A three week Canadian adventure, exploring BC – Vancouver, Whistler, Jasper.

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  • How Not To Travel To Havana

    In this blog post, I’ll be recalling my experience in Cuba and touching on some lessons that we learned the hard way so that you hopefully don’t fall into the same mistakes. It was the summer of 2017 and I’d just finished my 2nd summer working at a camp in Upstate New York. After working at camp, the staff tend to split off and spend time travelling with friends with the money earned over the summer.

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  • Mountain Biking Adventure

    Mountain biking is an exciting way to explore a new area when on holiday, but it can be as dangerous as it is thrilling. Mountain bikers tend to receive more severe injuries during accidents than other cyclists.

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  • Family Travel in Africa

    Africa is a continent boasting fifty-four countries and although it may not be the obvious choice for a family holiday, there is so much more on offer than just safari trips for families.

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  • A River Cruise to Moscow

    The river cruise is such a safe way to travel. You are escorted on and off the ship. Tour guides are with you constantly along with some of the crew from the ship.

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  • If Things Go Wrong

    The first thing to remember is DON’T PANIC. If you discover that your bag is lost or stolen you should: Report your credit cards as being lost or stolen to your bank.

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  • Girls Travel Tips

    Girls’ Travel Club was started by Becci Coombes, following two long trips backpacking around the world. She wrote a journal full of tips, recipes, anecdotes and bad jokes while she was travelling and kept notes of all the remedies she found useful.

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