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Moving abroad? Make sure that you learn about your destination

If you're considering moving abroad for a new life, this applies to you. A life abroad spent toasting early retirement on the beach might sound heavenly, but there's so much you should consider before you move abroad. Will your pension be able to support you, and will your savings be enough? Will y... Read more

The top ten things couples row about on holiday

As far as rows go, a holiday seems like the least-usual time to have one. Right? Wrong, we're afraid. Despite the lack of work, copious amounts of sunshine and the absence of day-to-day stress, rows can still happen, we're afraid - and here are the top ten behaviours that trigger them while you're ... Read more

Six travel mistakes that could cost you your holiday

Everyone occasionally makes the odd mistake - but this lot take the biscuit. Travelling is the best time to let your hair down and experience a certain degree of freedom; but it doesn't mean that you're above the law the minute you leave the country.. It's still important to respect your surroundin... Read more

Double misery for travellers heading to France this week

If you're travelling to France this week, there's a chance you could fall foul of French air traffic controller strikes and new passport checks. The Telegraph reports that up to half of the flights between France and Britain could be cancelled as the SNCTA, France’s largest air traffic controllers’... Read more

How to beat the ten most popular travel scams

Many of us have been scammed on holiday; sadly, it comes with the territory. Tourists are always easy to prey upon as they're in an unfamiliar country and may not be as confident as they would be back home, and thieves and con artists know this. However, there are ways you can outwit them. Familiar... Read more

Keep your holiday off social media if you want your insurance claims to stand up

You might think it's fun to brag about your upcoming holiday on Facebook, but it could do more harm than good if you need to claim on your home insurance. If your post pictures, allow your page to revel your location or mention the dates that you'll be away, your payout may be refused. You may not... Read more

How to successfully move house with a cat in tow

Moving house is always exciting - it's a new start for you and your family. Unfortunately, your pets might not see it that way - and cats, who love their routines and bond strongly with their home territory, are especially prone to taking the upheaval in their lives badly. We've spoken to the Blue ... Read more

What's working as British Airways cabin crew really like?

Last week, we spoke to a member of British Airways' cabin crew, and we asked her everything about her job - the perks, the unexpected parts, the pitfalls and the intensity of her training. Here's the unadulterated truth about working with the world's most prestigious airline. What made you want to ... Read more

Tunisia attacks: What you need to know, and what your insurance covers

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) have amended their advice to say that no travel should take place to Tunisia unless essential. Read their latest travel advice here. Currently tour operators are flying customers home, and cancelling further trips to Tunisia. Airlines are also engaged in b... Read more

Forget austerity! British holidaymakers taking 'up to a third' more cash away with them

If you think that Brits are a nation of scrimpers and savers while on holiday, think again. New research from from Sainsbury’s Bank Travel Money has shown that 33% of holidaymakers intend to take more spending money with them on holiday than last year - around an extra £157 per person.  Who are th... Read more

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