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27 Ways to Slash Your Travel Costs

Posted on 12 February 2019 by

For many of us, going on holiday or taking a longer trip abroad is an expensive undertaking. But it doesn’t have to be this way. With a little determination and research, and by sacrificing a few luxuries, most of us can afford to get away. Here are 27 ways to slash your travel costs…                                                                                                               

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Sensational Cyprus - For Families: Our Guide

Posted on 12 September 2018 by

Family lies at the heart of Cypriot life, one of the key reasons why UK families love to holiday on this unique Mediterranean island. Alongside a warm welcome, family groups are drawn by the world-class beaches, the pine-clad mountains of the interior and the rich and varied historic sites scattered across the island. With a decades-old tourism industry, it's no surprise that it’s easy to find family-centric hotels, as well as excellent water-parks and activities that prove popular with kids and grownups alike. Add shimmering seas and mouth-watering food, and you have the perfect family beach holiday destination.

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Taking Older Relatives on Holiday

Posted on 01 September 2017 by

A third of Britons feel guilty about leaving an older relative at home while they take a holiday – that's according to research by Anchor, a non-profit provider of housing and care for over-55s.

In a recent Huffington Post blog, penned by Jane Ashcroft, Anchor’s Chief Executive, the conundrum facing many UK families was laid bare.

More than half of under-35s feel bad about leaving older relations behind when they take a break.

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