Epic voyages are no longer the sole preserve of school or college leavers. More and more ‘grown-up gappers’ are embarking on trips of a lifetime too. Whatever your age and wherever your destination, budgeting for large-scale travel is essential.
Whether it’s a weekend trip to Paris, a lengthy trek across Southeast Asia or you’ve decided to travel as part of a career break, there’s one thing that should be top of your list: travel insurance.
Booking a holiday and planning for your trip is exciting. Be prepared - having things like travel insurance in place and the right telephone numbers saved in case of a lost bank card can help in case of an emergency. Read our top tips on the simple precautions you can take to make your trip go as smoothly as planned.
Tamara and Alan love to travel. They’ve been all over the world to places like New York, Paris and Rome. Their quest for experiences outweighs their need for material items. As a result, their approach to spending, and saving, money has had to change.
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