How To Have A Happy Holiday

Eat local cuisine

Whether you are holidaying in Dorset, or have jetted off to Dubai, eating the local delicacies is part and parcel of experiencing your destination to its fullest.

Make friends

Okay, so you should be wary of strangers while you are in unfamiliar territory, but don’t let that stop you from talking to people. Often the strangers we meet and the stories they tell become part of our stories too.

Watch the sunset (and the sun rise)

And don’t forget to check out the night sky too! The sky above us can look very different depending on where in the world you are so make sure you catch the celestial action while away.

Try a new activity

They say that the strongest memories are made by the most emotional experiences, so try something new and extraordinary to make your trip a holiday of a lifetime.

Welcome the unexpected

Sometimes the most amazing experiences are those we didn’t plan for, or see coming. If something doesn’t go to plan on your trip, just go with the flow and see where it takes you –chances are it’ll be somewhere amazing!

Remember to relax a little

While it is important to make sure you see and experience as much of your destination as possible, you don’t want to return feeling like you “need another holiday”, so take some time to relax. This could even be an extra day off when you get back home, to ease yourself into things.

Don’t forget your travel insurance

Your holiday won’t be a happy one if something goes wrong and you don’t have the right travel insurance. Give us a call on 01892 833338 or visit to get covered, then sit back and RELAX!

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