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How to Stay Fresh & to Refresh After a Long Flight Travel

“Long flights can either be the best thing ever or the absolute worst”, says Heather Greenwood Davis, award winning travel writer and founder of GlobetrottingMama.com. Davis knows, as she travels extensively around the world; most recently to long haul destinations such as the Azores, and Hawaii. Often, she’s expected to launch right into a full day of tours and meetings, without first heading to a...

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Prepping For That First Ski Trip, With Kids Travel

Flight Network Kathy Buckworth Prepping For That First Ski Trip, With Kids Getting the kids out on the slopes early is a terrific way to set your family up for awesome family adventures and vacations for years to come.  And while many parents look most forward to the après part of their ski trip most, with some pre-planning, getting the kids out there on the...

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Getting The Most Out Of Your All Inclusive Holiday, With Kids Family / Travel

All-inclusive holidays have long been favoured by couples and groups of friends getting away and enjoying all they can eat and drink without worrying about blowing their budget with extra add-ons. A sure fire way to reduce post-vacation stress. But some of the most stressed holiday bound folks are those travelling with children. Not only is there an added expense with each little person, but...

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Skiing The French Alps: Vive Le Difference Huffington Post / Travel

French Alps Skiing? Mai oui. Vive le difference. Liste de seau is the French translation for the term “Bucket List”. For most skiers, the French Alps is high on their list, and with good reason. The Alps are famed for their glamour, sophistication, and of course excellent skiing and even better après ski. Skiing in the French Alps can be either a terrific active family...

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Hatchling Sea Turtle, Costa Rica Huffington Post / Travel

“Pura Vida” said our guide, as we arrived in San Jose, Costa Rica, which literally translated means “pure life.” This describes the mandate of this eco-conscious country and the joy its inhabitants take in living in a land which is 46 per cent forested; it is generally used as an answer to, “How are you?” or just as a hello. They say hello, or good...

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