Category: Travel Tips

10 Fun Free Things to Do in Sydney

There are plenty of great spots to visit while you’re holidaying in Sydney. What’s more, you don’t necessarily have to pay a cent. The Telegraph listed ten of the best attractions that are all free. Coogee to Bondi walk – take a stroll along the coastline with breathtaking views and idyllic coves and beaches to […]

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Streamline your Next Trip with These Tips

Holidays are fun but they can require a lot of work. All of the planning that goes into a trip can be overwhelming. IReport.com provided the following tips, to help you smooth away some of the rough edges of travelling. Feel more rested on long flights with noise cancelling headphones. Even for travellers that aren’t […]

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Planning for a Successful Family Road Trip

Road trips are a great family activity, but it pays to plan ahead to ensure the most relaxing ride for everyone. According to Travel + Leisure, author Jamie Jensen’s top tips for a smooth road trip include: Get children involved in planning the route or destination. Include points of interest for them such as places […]

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How Passenger Comfort Could be Improved in Economy Class

The science behind sleeping well on planes could come down to just one inch of extra space. A study by Airbus, which manufactures aircraft, reveals that an 18-inch wide seat can result in better quality sleep than snoozing in a 17-inch seat. Participants in the study fell asleep 14.7% more quickly in the wider seats […]

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Tips for Travelling as a Family for the First Time

Travelling as an individual or as a couple is a different proposition than travelling as a family. The first journey together outside of the comfortable boundaries of home can be fraught with worry, but there are things travellers can do to ease the stresses ahead of time. Here are a few tips from Lonely Planet […]

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The Best Ways to Pack a Suitcase

Pack smartly for your trip with these top tips from Travel + Leisure: Minimise wrinkling and maximise space by folding clothes in half before rolling them up. Business travellers with suits and shirts to transport should place a layer of tissue paper between each item of folded clothing. Try leaving clothes on hangers to make […]

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Keeping in Touch with Social Media While Travelling

Social media has made it possible for people to stay more connected than ever before from anywhere with an internet connection. Naturally, that’s translated into more connectivity while travelling. Travel + Leisure provided the following tips for using social media. Social media can provide a wonderful way to supplement travel planning, by getting in touch […]

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Easy to Follow Tips for Packing a Wrinkle-Free Suit

Business trips (and even some vacations) make packing a suit necessary. According to Travel + Leisure, garment bags are the easiest way to avoid wrinkles, but they’re hardly the simplest luggage to manage between destinations. There’s a simpler method, however, to avoid unappealing and unprofessional wrinkles while carrying a suit conveniently in a carry-on bag.

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Coping with a Cancelled Flight

Holidays often hit a snag due to a delayed flight. But a delay is nothing compared to the news that a flight has been cancelled. So what do you do in this situation? The Telegraph provided a guide for coping with the cancellation of a flight. First, travellers should confirm that their flight has indeed […]

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Top Local Shopping in Sydney

Sydney can certainly hold its own when it comes to luxury and local shopping. Several districts are renowned for their shopping spots, so follow ALuxuryTravelBlog.com‘s guide to finding the best suburbs for local shopping in Sydney: Bondi Beach has a great summer fashion scene and top local boutiques. Gould and Hall Streets are hot tips […]

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