- 13 May, 2016
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A post exam blowout has become somewhat of a rite of passage for many youngsters, and it’s certainly a trend that isn’t going anywhere soon!
From dancing until the sun rises in one of Ibiza’s biggest nightclubs, to taking an awakening and cultural, totes amazing Gap Year across Burma, it seems every want, need and short lived passion has been covered. Read More
- 02 May, 2016
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Oh yes, there’s more! The final part of our travel trends series based on the findings from the ABTA brings you the last few destinations that everyone is talking about. It’s about time to get booking those flights!
Average flight time from Heathrow: Under 13 hours direct to Lima.
You’ve got to go in: May – September is an ideal time to go as the weather is dry and you will be able to enjoy most of the attractions that have pulled you to Peru. Read More
- 04 Apr, 2016
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So now that the 4 day Easter Weekend is a distant memory, isn’t it about time we started thinking about our summer getaways and winter sun breaks?!
With new flight routes and airlines continuously added to the World’s airports, jetting off around the world has never been easier.
In their 2016 Travel Trends report, The ABTA have highlighted 12 top destinations to visit this year, so we thought we’d bring you a mini spotlight series to showcase why these places deserve a stamp in your passport! Read More
- 21 Mar, 2016
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According to the ABTA, one of the biggest travel trends for 2016 are adventure holidays for the over 55s.
Last year, 6% (1) of over 55s that went away opted for an adventure or sports based trip, with this year looking to be the same, if not higher. Read More
- 08 Mar, 2016
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It is estimated that 3.5 million people in Britain have been diagnosed with Diabetes, with 10% of adults being Type 1. Of the 31,500 children that have been diagnosed, 95.1% of them are also Type 1.
What is Type 1 Diabetes?
When the body is no longer able to produce insulin because the insulin producing cells in the body have been destroyed.
What is Type 2 Diabetes?
This occurs when the insulin that’s produced in the body doesn’t work correctly, or when insulin producing cells are unable to create enough insulin.
Flying with Diabetes
As we know, when it comes to hand luggage, security in UK Airports is pretty strict; no liquids over 100ml, restrictions on the size of your bag and of course, no sharp objects!
So what happens when you come to fly but happen to have Diabetes for which you may need a high glucose drink or an injection of insulin? Are airports willing to let you take your 150ml can of Coke and your glucose monitor through security without question? Read More