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Safety Essentials for a Family Trip

July 12, 2017

As the final countdown begins to millions of family holidays, and hopefully some more cherished memory making, why not take 5 minutes to read on and check that you are prepared with the safety essentials for a family trip to keep your loved ones safe while you are away. One of the most sensible safety precautions […]

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8 Tips for a Safe Trip to Brazil

June 13, 2017

With its great beaches, beautiful people, and vibrant South American culture, Brazil is a great country to visit with travellers flocking to take in the festivals, sites and the beach culture that it’s famous for. The 2016 Olympics highlighted both the pros and cons of travelling to Brazil. Although it’s wise to take precautions, don’t […]

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Are you making these 5 Early Summer Travel Mistakes?

May 26, 2017

Late Spring and early summer is an ideal time to travel. Depending on your travel preferences, there are many places around the world where this time of year is full of beautiful blooms, cultural festivals, or just quiet natural beauty. The temperature is warmer, but not uncomfortably hot like high summer.  It is the best […]

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Safety rules for the first-time visitors to the USA

February 17, 2017

If you’re one of the first-time visitors to the USA, you may feel a bit apprehensive with the controversy surrounding new President Trump and his much-disputed travel ban on some countries. The good news is, that its mainly business as usual in airports and other ports of entry in the US and visitors are still going […]

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Top 8 Tips to Avoid Getting Sick While Travelling

December 16, 2016

If you have ever had the awful experience of getting sick while travelling, then you will appreciate the following 8 tips: 1. Hot Water Hand Washing It may sound simple, but you would be surprised how many people get infected by a lack of basic hygiene. Diarrhea, food poisoning and hepatitis A are all things […]

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7 Travel Photography Mistakes to Avoid

October 25, 2016

With the boom of smartphones equipped with cameras, the amount of pictures we take has sky-rocketed. According to statistics, in 2013 alone we took 664.6 billion photos and the compound annual growth rate is at about 16.2%. Taking so many pictures means that not all of them will be good, but don’t worry, you can […]

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Top 9 Movies to Inspire Wanderlust

August 30, 2016

1. Julie & Julia This comedy-drama revolving around the art of french cuisine will make your feet itch to visit Paris, the beautiful capital of France. You can visit iconic places such as the Eiffel Tower (that’s an obvious one), the haunting Catacombs, the Musee du Louvre, the Pantheon or the Palace of Versailles to […]

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How to Make Money as a Travel Photographer

July 28, 2016

They say that travelling is a good investment because you can gain a lot of valuable life lessons and experiences. But it shouldn’t be denied that you’ll incur expenses for each day you’re travelling, and unless you’ve been saving, you’ll need to find ways to make some money on the road to keep you going. […]

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Europe’s 5 Best Destinations for Wine Lovers

June 2, 2016

Holidays are often planned around an individual’s specific interests. Many different food interests draw visitors to international destinations and one of these is wine. Wine connoisseurs make up a large population of travellers from around the world. As they plan their trips to taste the best cuisine that a country has to offer, they ensure […]

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5 Best European Tours for British Expats

April 25, 2016

Europe is arguably one of the most beautiful places around the world. This comes from the fact that, aside from retaining most of its natural beauty, the continent as a whole has preserved castles, palaces, and other man-made attractions that were built hundreds of years ago. It has also become a cultural centre and is […]

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Tips on Travelling with Oversized and Overweight Baggage

March 31, 2016

It is likely that you have experienced a situation when some of your bags were over the weight limit, or you had an item which was too large to take it as a hand baggage. This article contains some useful tips to help you avoid similar mistakes in the future, so keep on reading. Check […]

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Common Angling Injuries and How to Avoid Them

February 29, 2016

Angling in lakes and rivers is popular all over the world as both a commercial and a leisure activity. Despite its quiet relaxing nature, fishing sometimes involves hard physical activity, and you can injure yourself if you are not careful enough. Hence it is important to obtain an angler’s travel insurance to make sure you […]

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Pre-Existing Medical Conditions: How to Travel Safe?

February 1, 2016

Living with a long term medical condition often makes people think they cannot afford to travel as they must take constant medications and see their doctor regularly, not to mention the fear of being rejected in pre-existing medical conditions insurance cover. Even though it does involve extra planning and thorough preparation, travelling is still very […]

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How to Choose a Cruise Trip

December 28, 2015

Whether you are an experienced cruiser or new to exploring the world onboard of a ship, choosing your perfect cruise trip can result in some confusion considering all the opportunities offered. As travelling by ship tends to involve a serious preparation let’s examine the key factors of how to choose a cruise holiday. Itinerary If you […]

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How to Plan your Backpacking Travel Budget

November 27, 2015

The following 14 tips are invaluable for a good backpacking travel budget plan. The less unexpected mishaps you have during a trip, the better. 1. Mindful itinerary planning allows you to see the most of every place you’ll visit without having to return or to wait. Research your destination and interesting places nearby, find out […]

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Sweden Fishing: Best Experience You can Get

October 30, 2015

Sweden is a dream destination for every fisherman. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, you will most definitely have an unforgettable fishing adventure in this Scandinavian lands. Here you will find everything an enthusiast can wish for – crystal clear waters, big fish, and solemn untouched nature. Swedish Fish Huge stocks of various […]

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6 Benefits of Frequent Flyer Programs

September 30, 2015

If you have ever travelled by plane, you have probably thought about signing up for a frequent flyer program to learn miles for free travel. You may even already have a couple of frequent flyer cards in your wallet by now. Whether you’re not a member of such program yet or you are a member […]

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5 Ways to Cheapen your Family Vacation

August 28, 2015

If you’re looking for a memorable holiday without the price tag, you’re in the right place. We all want our family vacations to be affordable but that’s easier said than done when your pay for plane tickets, visas and excursions. Read on for Globelink’s top money saving tips! 1. Get the most from the web There’s […]

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The World’s most Beautiful Ferry Rides

July 30, 2015

Ferries are mistakenly considered by many people as humble and boring ways of transportation but, in fact, these ships provide a relaxing and affordable opportunity to watch beautiful views. Many scenic sights look much better from the water, so mind the following list when planning your next trip. Alaska Marine Highway System, USA This Cold […]

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How to Afford Travelling More Frequently

June 29, 2015

If you are irrevocably infected with the wanderlust, you’ll find travel opportunities everywhere despite your travel budget type. The truth is, the more you save on the travelling expenses, the more you can travel. And here are simple ways of how to afford travelling more than you think you can. Planning Ahead Being spontaneous and […]

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Best Trekking and Hiking Destinations in France

May 29, 2015

For most people around the world, going to France means an opportunity to take a selfie with the famed Eiffel Tower in the background, while perhaps flitting from fashion shops to restaurants served by sneering shop ladies and waiters. But France is a great country for trekking and hiking, as these destinations prove: 1. Tour […]

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Spring Break Cruises: How to Choose the Right One

April 15, 2015

Similar to any kind of travel, there are pros as well as cons when choosing the right cruise. With numerous cruise lines, types of cruise and destinations to choose from, the most excellent method of booking is to whittle down all the alternatives by deciding what type of cruise matches your needs. Size of Ship […]

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Best Motorhome Camping in Europe

April 8, 2015

Have you ever thought of camping in Europe? If yes, then why don’t you do it aboard a motorhome? This way, you’ll get to enjoy the place and at the same time feel that you’ve never left home. One of the most excellent ways to explore Europe is through camping and using a motorhome, RV […]

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Loveliest Spring Backpacking Destinations to Visit

April 2, 2015

Snow-capped mountains, endless evergreens, verdant trees, rugged coastline – all these can be found in the UK. If you’re planning for a short vacation with your loved ones and friends, then read through this list of the loveliest backpacking destinations to visit this spring: Southern Upland Way This coast to coast path measures 340 km […]

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Air Travel with Medical Conditions

March 25, 2015

One of the most important benefits of purchasing travel insurance is the awareness that should anything go wrong while you’re away, you will not have to spend a fortune for it. As with all types of insurance policies, it’s vital to read the contents of the coverage. This is to ensure that the document includes […]

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Top 8 European Foods worth Travelling

March 18, 2015

Food is an important ingredient of human life – lifestyle, survival, tradition, culture, comforts, relationships and festivals – food plays a vital role in everything. Europe is a continent that’s known for having the best of everything, be it fashion, lifestyle, history, food or anything you can think of. So, here’s a list of top […]

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Take Out Excess Travel Insurance and Don’t Waive Goodbye to Your Money

March 16, 2015

Knowing all the necessary information pertaining to travel insurance is not always easy, even for frequent travellers. Most people don’t have an idea of what is exactly covered in their policies because many of them don’t read what’s written in the terms and conditions. Most policies are filled with jargon so regular people don’t really […]

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Best Destinations for Spring Fishing in Europe

March 11, 2015

Europe is filled with fishing sites so that anglers would never run out of options for spring fishing destinations here. These fishing sites have been discovered and used since ancient times and in fact their presence may have led to many great civilisations. If you are looking for the top destinations for spring fishing in […]

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Plan Your Perfect Spring Motorhome Vacation

March 4, 2015

For a lot of people, spring is the time to get our motorhomes out of the garage and finally be able to say goodbye to thick clothing and thermal underwear! Spring break is just a few weeks away and now is a good time to prepare for the perfect spring motorhome vacation. If you’re not […]

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5 Tips for Active Travelling

March 2, 2015

If you enjoy traveling, then you know how important it is to make every moment count. You certainly cannot make the most of your vacation if you’re just going to watch other people have fun in the water while you sit in your lounge chair all day. People watching can be nice but why waste […]

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Best Cruise Vacations for 2015

February 25, 2015

Are you dreaming of going on a cruise holiday this year? In that case, you should start planning and saving now. The earlier you do so, the better your chances of finding good deals. Of course, we want to help you plan an unforgettable cruise vacation and this is why we’ve come up with a […]

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6 Reasons to Quit your Job and Travel

February 23, 2015

Travelling is becoming more and more popular every day making people take extraordinary measures to see the world. Some save for years, cutting unnecessary expenses to enjoy a fortnight long trip to the country of their dreams. Others act more radically; quitting their jobs, selling their property and heading off with nothing but a backpack. […]

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Must Visit European Capitals for Film Lovers

February 16, 2015

Europe is known for a lot of things – the home of the oldest universities in the planet, a place where the rich and famous are born, and the melting pot of culture, arts, and architecture. Movie classics like The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and Sound of Music showcase the beautiful places in Europe, […]

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Winter Travelling with No Limits

February 11, 2015

It is the coldest time of the year in some parts of the globe and while winter might be the best season to travel, it is also the most dangerous one. According to an Associated Press report released in February 2014, more than 75,000 U.S. domestic flights were cancelled in December 2013. That comprises 5.5 […]

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How to Choose a Travel Insurance Policy like an Expert

February 9, 2015

Travel insurance provides travellers with a sense of security to mitigate risks such as cancelled or delayed flights, medical emergencies, accidents, and lost or damaged luggage. Insurance can be a lifesaver. Some travellers opt not to buy insurance because they think it’s a waste of money. Others, on the other hand, unknowingly pay more for […]

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How to Pack for a Long-Term Trip?

February 4, 2015

Long-term trips pose more challenges considering the amount of stuff you need to bring without sacrificing comfort and mobility. Deciding how many tops or trousers to bring for more than a month travel can be daunting. Oftentimes, you end up bringing items that are impractical for your planned activities. A detailed itinerary saves you time […]

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Why Do I Need to Take an Anglers Travel Insurance?

February 2, 2015

Angling is a fishing activity whereby the angler relies on a fish hook equipped with lures at its end and hooked up to a fishing rod. While this is generally considered a safe activity, anglers travel insurance is necessary because you could suffer some injuries like burns or even dangerous ones in case you make […]

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How to Find Budget Hotels for a Backpacking Trip

January 28, 2015

When travelling, accommodation is one of the biggest expenses apart from your plane tickets and food. The good news is that you do not need to be a serial backpacker or spend your life savings to enjoy your trip. As air travel became more affordable, the growth in the number of budget hotels or hostels […]

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What Makes an Excess Waiver the Most Popular Insurance Extra

January 26, 2015

First off, some definition is in order. Excess travel insurance is the amount that you have to pay for in the event you claim insurance, and the remaining amount, up to your cover limit, will be shouldered by your insurance company. The following should further clarify this. Excess Waiver in Action Just like in other […]

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How to Go on a Motorhome Trip with a Child

January 21, 2015

Going on a motorhome trip with a child can be a lot of fun, and one way to make it even better so is to involve the child i.e. ask him/her what he/she wants to eat, to bring along and where you will go. You should also include activities that the child will enjoy, such […]

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5 Tips for Trouble-Free Travel

January 19, 2015

If the travel bug has bit you, make sure to take the time to prepare before you pack up things and go. While travelling is a lot of fun, it can be a hassle if you’re not prepared, so follow these tips to avoid unpleasant surprises or difficulties. 1. Airline Tips Book tickets as early […]

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Top Winter Backpacking Tips

January 14, 2015

Backpacking in winter is a unique experience, and there’s nothing quite like being up close and personal with the snow. Also, it’s quiet, with only a few people around, ideal if you’re looking for some solitude. To get the most out of it however, you should prepare and bring the right gear. The Essentials Make […]

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Top 5 Destinations for Carp Fishing

January 12, 2015

Fishing is one of the favourite pastimes of people in the UK; this is because of the several lakes and rivers in the state that are open for the residents. Carp fishing, to be particular is mostly done during the warm water seasons like summer and early autumn. Although different kinds of fish can be […]

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Which Travel Insurance to Take for a Cruise Trip

January 9, 2015

Taking a trip on a cruise ship is definitely exciting. Though it requires planning and a great deal of money, the experience and the fun in it will always be worth it. However, whether it’s a week-long cruise trip or a 30-day world cruise, it is highly recommended that you have everything you need in […]

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The Smallest European Capitals to Visit

January 5, 2015

Europe is known for its diverse art, variations of food, cultural heritage, stunning architecture, great history and the hundreds of landmarks it offers. It has become one of the greatest tourist spots in the world and visiting the continent has become a luxury for travellers. As mentioned above, there are a lot of places in […]

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Should I Add an Excess Cover to My Insurance?

December 25, 2014

Investing in insurance has not just become popular nowadays. It has actually become a necessity for people who wish to live a happy life when they’re older. For example, more and more younger people are investing in retirement plans to insure their life when they retire from work. And who wouldn’t when the insurance you’ve […]

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5 Reasons to Try Motorhome Travelling

December 22, 2014

Travelling is a good way to strengthen a relationship and one of the best ways to do it is by motorhome travelling. This is because it includes seeing different places in your own time, stopping over at random beautiful spots, meeting people and even staying at campgrounds overnight. Although many people prefer the typical way […]

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Irrefutable Benefits of Investing in Annual Travel Insurance

December 19, 2014

Whenever you’re travelling there is one term that will constantly pop up in your forms and papers: travel insurance. This is insurance that will cover for the costs of losses, medical bills, and delays or cancellations during your trip. However, there are usually two options: one-time travel insurance and year-round or annual travel insurance. Differentiating […]

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Best Cruise Destinations to Escape Cold Winter

December 15, 2014

Planning to escape the winter winds? There is nothing better than to get away from the cold and simply enjoy a nice cruise trip to some of the most beautiful sunny getaways. If you don’t know where to plan your trip then why not take a moment to consider this list of great cruise destinations […]

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Pros and Cons of Backpacking

December 12, 2014

Backpacking is a great way to embark on a grand travelling adventure. For the uninitiated, backpacking is an activity where you travel from place to place carrying everything you need in one backpack. There are no other luggage to slow you down and no big tents. All you have are the things in your pack, […]

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Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Are No Obstacle for Travelling

December 8, 2014

Planning to go on a long trip? If you have vacation plans that will take you on several trips then you know the value of having good insurance coverage. However, regular travel insurance won’t cover the costs for pre-existing health conditions in your record; if you already have heart ailments, cancer, asthma, and the like […]

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Must Visit Places in Europe for Foodies

December 5, 2014

Like food? If you do, and you count yourself as a bona fide foodie, then travelling the globe in search of the perfect dish shouldn’t sound so insane. If you’re on that hunt for the ideal dish, for that perfect blend of ingredients, then you know that the world has lots of famous countries where […]

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Deep Sea Fishing Facts Every Angler Should Know

December 2, 2014

Deep sea fishing or offshore fishing are known as the most exciting and glamorous types of fishing. Anglers, as deep sea fishers are referred to, are often looked upon as the greatest sea farers because of their capability to man the deep seas just to catch 500lb to 1,000lb fishes. If you’re planning to give […]

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Best Places in Europe to Visit during a Motorhome Trip

November 26, 2014

Planning on going on a motorhome trip across Europe? This is one of the best journeys you can take with your family as you can say good-bye to all those long lines for public transport and small hotels. You’ll be on the road in your own vehicle which also serves as a comfortable place to […]

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10 Reasons to Go Backpacking

November 24, 2014

Travelling is one of the best luxuries in life but very few get to go on that month-long vacation half-way across the world. However, you don’t always need to pack your whole home into heavy suitcases. Backpacking can be just as fulfilling, if not even more. The backpacking community is quite welcoming and there are […]

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The Basics of Travelling with Pre-existing Medical Conditions

November 21, 2014

Getting the best travel insurance by itself can be difficult for some but it gets even more difficult if you have pre-existing medical conditions. This is because the average travel insurance plan will cover everything except for concerns you may already have. They’ll cover medical bills if you get into an accident during your vacation […]

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Over 80? It’s High Time to Go on Your Dream Trip

November 17, 2014

Just because you’re over 80 it doesn’t mean you can no longer go on your dream trip across the world. As a matter of fact, being in that age range makes it even more important to take that vacation. If you haven’t gone yet, what are you waiting for? Just make sure you have suitable […]

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Why Take Annual Travel Insurance for Business Trips

November 14, 2014

Do you often find yourself travelling on behalf of your business? If you do then you might want to consider better travel insurance. For most travellers, single trip insurance is just enough but businessmen often have to make three or more trips a year. That means you – and the company – will have to […]

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5 Most Romantic European Cities

November 10, 2014

Paris is considered to be the most romantic city in the world, but there are other places in Europe that can set the mood just right. First of all, to allow lovers to really enjoy, there should be enough area for strolling. A city should also have picturesque sceneries and a lot of surprises to […]

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Benefit of Taking out Excess Travel Insurance

November 7, 2014

There are so many errands to take care of when you are planning to travel and that includes insurance. With the different kinds of insurance, how do you know when you are acquiring the correct excess travel insurance? Here’s a guideline to help you understand it. First of all, you have to know what excess […]

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Top 8 Reasons to Go on a Cruise Trip

November 3, 2014

Cruise ships may not be enticing to younger individuals as they are often associated with retirement vacations but here are 8 reasons that will cast your prejudices aside and rethink the value and benefits of cruises. 1. It never gets boring. Cruise ships are manufactured to accommodate dozens of facilities from the pools, gyms, climbing […]

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Pros and Cons of Motorhome Travelling

October 31, 2014

A motorhome can be a convenient place to live in all year and it gives you an opportunity to have multiple vacations and family visits in a year. However, living on the road will offer some disadvantages as well. Here is a guide of the pros and cons of living in a motorhome to help […]

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The Secrets of Successful Family Fishing Trip Revealed

October 27, 2014

A fishing trip is one of the best ways for a family to bond. Fishing appeals to people of all ages. Parents should take on the opportunity to introduce their kids to fishing and perhaps instil in them the love for this family-friendly activity. If you are one of those parents hooked on fishing, you […]

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Over 80s Annual Travel Insurance Facts and Myths

October 24, 2014

Octogenarians are often thought as those who are in retirement homes, wheelchairs and even sickbeds. But you would be surprised that many seniors aged 80 years old and above are actually seeing the world. Octogenarians are visiting their families abroad, spending extended stays in cruises or simply enjoying luxurious holidays. Yet some of them have […]

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Why to Take out Travel Insurance if You Have Pre-Existing Conditions

October 20, 2014

Do you have pre-existing medical conditions like asthma, epilepsy, or hypertension? As you may have known by now, most travel insurance policies exclude coverage for people like you who have pre-existing conditions. You should be open about your medical history when obtaining a travel insurance quote, as your policy could be invalidated if the travel […]

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How to Travel Worldwide Like a Pro

October 17, 2014

Traveling for the first time? You can save on time and money if you follow these tips on traveling worldwide. You don’t really need to be a jetsetter to know how to travel worldwide like a pro. Heeding these pieces of advice from the experts would help you travel around the world without burning a […]

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A Complete List of Best Cruise Lines Worldwide

October 13, 2014

There are enjoyable ocean cruises, and then there are those spectacular ocean cruises that only the best seagoing vessels can provide. If you’re in search of the finest ocean cruise liners available, just choose from the list below. Crystal Cruises Crystal Cruises boasts some of the best personalities and staff of any cruise liner, and […]

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What Everyone Ought to Know about Excess Travel Insurance

October 10, 2014

The excess referred to in travel insurance packages pertain to the portion of the claim that you will pay for. Simply stated, the insurance company will cover for the expenses only up to the excess, an amount that you will decide. Regardless which insurance company you sign up for, they should provide you with consultants […]

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Step-by-Step Instructions How to Become an Expert Backpacker

October 6, 2014

Whether it’s your first time or fiftieth, a backpacking trip will be more enjoyable if you plan ahead. You can’t just throw things in your backpack and go trekking, as a little bit of preparation is necessary and you’ll be better off for it in the long run. Step 1 If it’s your first time […]

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5 Effortless Ways How to Find Motorhome Travel Insurance

October 3, 2014

Insurance for RVs and motorhomes has become more prevalent, but they’re still not as common as regular home insurance, and their policies are not the same. If you’re having trouble finding one or cannot understand how their policies work, here’s what you need to know. 1. Use the Internet to Find the Insurance You Need […]

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How to Find Cheap Fishing Insurance in the UK

September 29, 2014

Fishing is one of the most popular hobbies in the United Kingdom. Thousands of Englishmen go to various parts of the country, and even abroad, just to take part in competitions or simply spend a quiet afternoon fishing. Fishing insurance may sound like something anglers won’t even think of, but the reality is that getting […]

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Going to Europe? Learn What Travel Insurance to Take

September 26, 2014

Purchasing travel insurance is a wise choice given unpredictable events like natural disasters, sickness, and injury. Even if you’re headed to Europe which is considered one of the most peaceful and tourist-friendly continents in the world, you would do well to have a Schengen travel insurance to protect yourself against unforeseen events and out-of-pocket expenses. […]

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How to Find Annual Travel Insurance for Over 80s?

September 22, 2014

Travelling is an experience that should be enjoyed by any person, regardless of age. Even seniors have the right to see the world despite their advanced age. That’s why there are a lot of insurance companies that offer travel insurance to people aged 80 years and above. But the truth is that people who are […]

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How to Travel with Pre-Existing Conditions?

September 19, 2014

Travelling with medical conditions can have serious repercussions. Can you imagine how much of a nightmare it would be if you have high blood pressure and you suddenly cut short your foreign trip because of a heart attack? This is why many travel insurance companies are very particular when it comes to travelling with medical […]

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Five Money Saving Tips for Europeans Travelling Abroad

September 15, 2014

Travelling abroad is one life experience you should cross off your bucket list. Whilst travelling around England is an experience in itself, leaving the comforts of home and exploring another country is an adventure you would not want to miss. The problem most people have with travelling abroad is the cost. Sure, going to a […]

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Get Best Value Cruise Insurance by Reading This Post

September 12, 2014

If you have ever dreamed of seeing the world, you have probably thought about taking a cruise ship to your desired destinations. Cruises are a fuss-free option, compared to taking an aeroplane. There are no long queues, you get to enjoy the crisp ocean breeze and there are tonnes of activities to do on board. […]

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The Ultimate Excess Travel Insurance Guide

September 8, 2014

While many people decide to splurge on new baggage or on extra fancy hotel accommodations, the smart traveller will tell you that the first thing you should consider is your travel insurance. Since you are off to a foreign destination, you should make sure that you are covered for medical or emergency expenses. Travel insurance […]

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How to Find Travel Insurance for Non-EU Residents?

September 5, 2014

If you live in the UK but are not a resident, you might think that you will not be able to get travel insurance for your next trip to a foreign destination. You may find it hard to get travel insurance that matches those of your peers who reside in the UK or in countries […]

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How to Compare Backpacker Insurance

September 1, 2014

If you have a touch of wanderlust, like many of us, seeing the whole world in all its beauty is part of your bucket list. However, sadly most of us don’t have money growing off trees to be able to afford endless tropical adventures. However, the average person can see the world, as backpacking makes […]

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How to Choose the Right Motorhome for Family Trips

August 29, 2014

Family vacations are a great opportunity to visit new places and bond with your brood. However, anyone with a child will tell you that aeroplane trips can be a nightmare if you have young children. The long queues before and after the trip and the cramped seating will make you will you want to camp […]

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Travelling and Safety Tips for Your First Trip to Europe

August 26, 2014

Europe is generally a safe place to visit. For the most part, the continent (especially the western part) is politically stable and crime in the streets is minimal. It’s actually safer here than in the US, and you’re less likely to be a victim of a violent crime here. But just to be on the […]

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The World’s Most Visited Ancient Ruins

August 22, 2014

There’s something intriguing about ancient ruins. Whether it’s the Great Wall of China or the Colosseum in Rome, ancient ruins are flocked by millions of tourists yearly because of their history and grandeur. Anthropologists say that ancient ruins appeal to tourists because it connects them to the past. These structures have stood the test of […]

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Top 10 Destinations for Salmon Fishing

August 18, 2014

Salmon fishing is a hobby enjoyed by millions around the world. For anglers, there are a few things more exciting as chasing a big Chinook or fishing for a sockeye salmon. Here are ten of the best destinations for salmon fishing enthusiasts: Kola Peninsula, Russia The Kola Peninsula in Russia is a remote area where […]

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Top Safety Tips for Travelling with a Child

August 15, 2014

Are you excited for your first out-of-town trip with your child? Be prepared, as travelling with a kid is a lot different than being on the road with your partner or friend. Children are notorious for having a short attention span, so you can’t really expect a child to stay put while on a long-haul […]

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Top 5 Trekking Destinations in Spain

August 11, 2014

Spain has lots of natural parks converted from the country’s wilderness, and they have superb trekking routes that will delight any hiking enthusiast. The country is more than twice the size of the UK, but it has a population that’s 20 million fewer. Here are some of the top trekking destinations you should consider: 1. […]

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Travel Insurance – What is an Excess?

August 8, 2014

This is a very common question these days, as the practice of including excess is becoming more popular in travel insurance. But a lot of people don’t usually read their policy’s terms and conditions. And when they do, they don’t really understand terms like “excess”. What is “Excess”? When it comes to travel insurance, the […]

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10 Most Beautiful Castles in Europe

August 4, 2014

A tour of Europe won’t be complete without seeing at least a few of its many magnificent castles. In case you’ve been planning to see the castles of Europe, here is our list of the top 10 most beautiful fortresses on this side of the world: Castle Neuschwanstein, Germany – This castle was built in the […]

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Taking your Medication Abroad

August 1, 2014

Are you planning a trip to a foreign country? If so, one of the things that you need get sorted (aside from your accommodation, Visa and passport) is your medication needs. After all, you would not want to risk an illness right in the middle of your holiday. Not only would it be awful to […]

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How to Pick the Best Value European Cruise

July 25, 2014

There is no denying that Europe has numerous attractions that would make it perhaps the most visited continent in the world. Europe has so much to see that a week is never enough to see all its tourist attractions, savour the cuisine, and interact with the locals. So what’s the best way to experience Europe? […]

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How to Plan a Motorhome Vacation

July 23, 2014

A motorhome vacation can be pretty exciting, as the trip can be as adventurous as your destination. But it can also be exasperating if you don’t plan your trip properly. Here are some steps you need to take to make sure everything runs smoothly: Pick the right motorhome for the trip: While budget considerations are […]

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Top 5 Capitals in Europe to Visit Before You Die

July 18, 2014

It’s not as if you’re going to die tomorrow, but everybody needs a bucket list and we need to tick off as many items as possible on that list; travelling is one of the most popular “must do” on a majority of these lists. And while we all want to see Hong Kong Disneyland, there’s […]

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Medical Conditions and No Age Limit

July 16, 2014

Travel Insurance becomes more difficult to arrange as we get older or if we develop serious health problems, but Globelink have always tried to provide cover wherever possible. We have now teamed up with a leading insurer who has agreed to screen for clients who do not fit even our generous acceptance levels. If you […]

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Top 5 Europe Travel Destinations for Anglers

July 14, 2014

Fishing can be an exciting activity and for passionate anglers, going on a vacation means being able bring their rod and line and spend many afternoons out in the lake, river or sea. So, for anglers planning a vacation, this article is written specially for you. Here are the top 5 Europe travel destinations for […]

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Guide for Non-EU residents Travelling to the EU

July 11, 2014

The Schengen Visa allows the travel of people across countries that are within and around the Schengen area bearing only one visa. The UK and the Republic of Ireland are not signatories to the Schengen agreement. The citizens of these countries are therefore considered non-European Union (EU) citizens; these citizens would need a Schengen visa […]

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Best Backpacking Destinations in Europe

July 7, 2014

Backpackers are almost always on a shoestring budget but that doesn’t mean cheap places should be all that are on the itinerary and ritzy ones are avoided like the plague. Budgeting is what it’s all about, and that shoestring budget can, in fact, work for you if you pick our your destinations carefully; here are […]

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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in the Schengen Area

July 4, 2014

Enjoy a trip to the Schengen Area but go by a list of its top 10 attractions that are not necessarily what your travel agency might make of your itinerary: 1. Belgium: forget Brussels or Antwerp, with Belgium, it’s got to be Bruges, a place teeming with interesting to see and do. Bruges is closed […]

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