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Cash or Card? – How to spend money abroad wisely

Raise your hand if you’ve been a victim of some of the ruthless exchange rates and charges when travelling. Sometimes it’s due to emergency, laziness or pure bad luck that we end up paying over the odds. There are different ways to minimise these violations, including using a card or cash when abroad. The method you choose comes down to your personal preference but can go a long to making your money stretch a little further.

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Going Abroad Alone? 5 Packing Tips for a Solo Traveller

'm going to list 5 packing tips that are essential when you travel solo. Embarking on solo trips can be fun and daunting at the same time as I discussed in my first Adzvice blog post: Going Abroad Alone | Advice for Solo Travel. It can take time and a lot of planning to ensure a memorable trip will take place. But the dilemma arrives of what to pack for a solo getaway.

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How to Guide | Surviving Your Group Holiday

So after much trepidation, my friend just boarded a plane en-route to Barcelona on a holiday with a mixed group of 8 people, some of whom she knows well, others she doesn’t. Some of you might be like my friend above, with plans to go on more holidays this year, and you're considering trips with a group but not sure how you’d get through it! Fear not, here are 5 simple pointers to surviving your group holidays this year.

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Thinking of a UK Getaway? | Here's a Guide to Cornwall

Provided you are blessed with good weather, England isn’t too shabby! Filled with some amazing scenery, believe me when I say that there is more to England than London. I went to Cornwall last summer, during one of the hottest weekends of the year and it was beautiful. Alongside travelling abroad, I have made it one of my goals, over the next two years, to visit as many places within the UK as possible.

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