5 Top Tips on long-term travel as a Family

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Travelling with a family, especially when leaving  a structured western culture, a few things can be done to make the start of the trip and the adjustment to leaving the family home and community built way of life a little easier. Here are 5 of my tips.

  • A good way to say ‘hasta la vista’ to friends and family is to organise a charity night – where you can all get together, say your goodbyes, let everyone have your blog and/or e-mail addresses, printed on business cards of course – to keep them close, earn a bit of cash for a good cause and have a lasting memory of a fun goodbye combined with a touch of philanthropy.
  • Evening/Night flying – the parental friend. When traveling long-haul with children, booking a late afternoon flight can bring the excitement of flying to them, but also as the evening draws on…

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