I can’t believe we are nearing our trip to Lapland to see Santa in his hometown. From having booked it all in February, to finally packing and getting ready to hop on that plane, the… More
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After giving you some ideas for the adults in the family it’s now time to share ideas for some Christmas gifts for kids who travel. As I mentioned in my post a few days ago, I prefer to be prepared rather than leaving things to the last minute, especially this year as we’ll be away for over a week before Christmas. So, if you’re trying to get prepared, let me help.
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It’s only a few weeks until Christmas, yes, I know, but we all need to start thinking about those all-important gifts. I, for one, am not a last-minute shopper and I’m sure there are plenty of you out there who like to be organised, the same as me. I’ve decided to concentration on Christmas Gifts for adults who travel in this post. Adults can be hard to buy for, especially those who travel quite often. So, I’ve tried to find some that will fit in with both their time away and their time at home.
We were kindly invited to review a letter and presents sack from Magic Santa Letter. This company produces personalised letters from Santa, along with a range of other gifts. In this Magic Santa Letter Review I tell you what I thought of the letter we received, as well as the personalised presents sack. So, if you’re looking for something a bit special this festive season, read on.
With our first holiday abroad with our son coming up in 2014, I decided to do a search to see if there were any nice record books in which to document his flights. I knew he’d be making a fair few from early on in his life, so thought it would be a nice thing to do for him until he was old enough to take over. My long search finally lead me to the Simply for Flying website and their amazing book. Here is my Simply For Flying Flight Logbook Review.
One of the big reasons why many families put off embarking on long-haul flights with kids, aside from the costs and length of the plane journey, is those two horrible little words; jet lag. The fear of the unknown. Will your kids be suffering the effects for days or will they take it in their stride? Jet lag with kids can often be a big fear factor when it comes to family holidays abroad but in this post myself and some of my fellow travel bloggers are going to share with you our top tips on how to survive jet lag with kids in the hope you’ll finally book that ultimate family holiday.