India - A trip of a Lifetime

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Villa del Palmar Cancun, one of Mexico's premier resorts, provides a luxury family holiday on the crystal clear waters of the Carribean. 
 
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Category: Australia
Mantra Crown Towers Surfers Paradise, located in the heart of the Gold Coast, just 100 m from the beach, is the ideal setting to enjoy a memorable family holiday.
 
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Inn by the Sea, a beautiful oceanfront luxury resort, is the ideal place for families to escape the bustle of the city. 
 
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Category: Europe
Country Kids Resort, a luxury 5 star resort for the whole family, offers a lush green countryside holiday with activities for the children and time for the parents to relax.
 
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Category: Europe
Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs Elysees, with one of the best locations right on the Champs-Elysées avenue that sprawls from the Place de la Concorde to the magnificent Arc de Triomphe, is perfect for families seeking a luxurious 5 star holiday. 
 
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Campus Tower Suite Hotel, centrally located within walking distance to shops and restaurants, is the perfect place for families to explore the area.
 
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Category: Australia
Apple Blossom Cottage is the perfect base for families to discover the magic of Stanthorpe with its wineries, beautiful national parks, luscious fruits and gourmet foods. 
 
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Harbour Tower Hotel & Suites, in Victoria's Inner Harbour, close to downtown, shopping, dining, attractions, is the ideal location for families to explore Canada’s Jewel of the Pacific.
 
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Category: Australia
Meriton Serviced Apartments Bondi Junction, near the City, Bondi Beach and local beaches and with spectacular views of the city and harbour, is the ideal location for families to explore Sydney.
 
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Category: Australia
Apple Blossom Cottage, an original workman's cottage, located half way between the Falls and the Valley of the Waters and close to all the National Park bushwalks, is the ideal location for families to relax and explore the area. 
 
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Featured Articles

Bag a Bargain?

There is nothing that makes me happier than getting a bargain or a deal.  I love 70% discounts, getting a service for half price, buy one get one free deals, free items thrown in.  I feel a real sense of accomplishment when I save even a few dollars. I have always enjoyed a bargain but since having children, this need has become more desperate. In fact since my fourth child was born, it has become more of an obsession.  My husband, however is even worse than me when it comes to spending or should I say not spending money.  He will drag the whole family across the city searching for a bargain or spend endless hours trolling the internet for the cheapest bit of computer software which will apparently revolutionise his life (but only if it costs next to nothing). He calls it being financially astute whereas I call it simply being cheap. I blame his frugality on his English genes and his British upbringing.  He was raised believing that spending no money is the best deal ever.  I am more of a realist in the family and as the chief cook, shopper and holiday planner, I do accept that money does need to change hands every now and then.

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8 Reasons to Travel Overseas with Your Teens

1. Strengthens the family bond:

Teenagers begin asserting their independence as they make the transition from childhood to adulthood, wanting to spend more time with their friends than with their family. Travel enables the family to share experiences together.  Simple activities such as sharing meals, sightseeing together, sitting around the pool and beach are important for reconnecting with your teenagers.

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Some Things Are Worth the Wait

It had been 13 years since I told my hubby that I wanted to go to Thailand.  We were living in London at the time and were contemplating a move to Australia.  We were writing our list of pros and cons to help us make a decision.  There were many pros such as beaches, weather, lifestyle and cons such as the cost, moving away from our families (well to be honest, there were some family members we were happy to get away from but that is another story).  The one thing that swayed me was when my hubby said, “Just think of holidays in Thailand.  It will be so easy to go from Australia.” Well that was it.  Although I didn’t say it at the time, I had made up my mind at that moment. The mere thought of being able to go to Thailand was enough for me to uproot myself, our toddler and baby and move to Brisbane, Queensland. 

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Useful Tips for Completing the Indian Visa Online Application

India may be the world’s largest democracy but is also the world’s largest bureaucracy. Applying for an Indian visa online is a prime example of its bureaucratic stranglehold.  It is a difficult and frustrating process and tests your patience and stamina before you even set foot on Indian soil.

The following steps and hints will help you fill out India’s online visa application and navigate your way around this difficult process:

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10 Reasons For Your Child To Keep A Travel Journal on Holiday

   1. Records special memories that may be forgotten over time.

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