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What We’ve Been Reading: July 2017

It’s been a busy old month here at HQ and, as ever, we’ve been getting our teeth stuck into a number of tasty travel articles during the last four weeks. Read on below to check out just some of the posts that have caught our eye…

Shooting Travel Photos When You’re Flying Solo

Now we all know that coming home with a huge collection of travel snaps is one of the best things about holidaying. Did you even go away if you haven’t filled your Instagram feed six times a day for the last week!? Well, that’s fine if you’re with the other half, family or a group of friends but what about when flying solo? Do you just have to take your good mate ‘the selfie stick’ or perhaps only make do with scenery images? This post has all the answers!

How to Plan a Luxury Holiday on a Budget

We’d all love to live the life of luxury when on our travels but sometimes there’s this little thing called money that seems determined to ensure the opposite. Well, it’s actually easier than you perhaps first thought to organise a trip abroad with all the trimmings if you take these steps into consideration. Give them a go and you’ll be amazed how far that holiday kitty can stretch.

Top 5 Things to do in New York City

It’s called The City That Never Sleeps for a reason and this post will leave you wanting to be a part of it (New York, New York) for sure! Its every food lover’s paradise, with a whole host of famous attractions and a constant hive of activity, so you’d be forgiven for feeling slightly overwhelmed when it comes to deciding actually what to do during the time you’re there. Fear not, all the answers are here so read more to ensure your next trip to the Big Apple is a rosy one.

Hilarious Predictions For The Future of Travel That Didn’t Quite Come True

We all like to wonder what certain aspects of life will be like in 10, 20, 50 or even 100 years’ time and let’s face it, our predictions are sometimes a little farfetched. None perhaps quite as whacky as these forecasts. From flying firemen, policemen and postmen to whale buses, sea trains and aviation cars, it’s fair to say some of the ideas were some way off reality.

Flying With Children: Top Tips For Keeping Kids Happy on Flights

It’s the aspect of booking time abroad with the family that all grown-ups dread. How can I keep the little ones entertained? Will they stay in their seat? Can you please stop kicking the chair in front!? Holidays should be a stress-free period for all which is why we love this little piece which focuses on, well, peace. Planning ahead and staying calm are two obvious resolutions, but find out what else makes the list to keep the kids quiet!

What great articles have you enjoyed reading this month. Let us know by commenting below!