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Mothers Day Weekend Getaways – Go On Treat Yourself!

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Whether you are looking to spoil your mum, or you are a mum looking to get away from it all on a Mother’s Day break, here are three sensational destinations to choose from!

MILAN – for the mum who likes to shop

Synonymous with design and fashion, the Italian city of Milan is the place to go on a shopping spree! The top five spots to shop are:

  • Via Montenapoleone – Luxury shopping from world-class designers including Gucci, Prada, and Valentino. It’s also where you’ll find the best of Italy’s leather goods!
  • Corso Venezia – Exclusive, elegant, and surrounded by beautiful gardens, parks and palaces. This is the place to be seen if you are in to fashion.
  • Corso di Porta Ticinese – Alternative brands, unique boutiques, and boasting a very cool hipster vibe. You’ll also find well-known brands like Vans, Levi and Diesel here.
  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele II – High street fashion from the likes of Zara and Mango, plus it’s got one of the biggest department stores in the city, 8 floors of retail therapy heaven!
  • Corso Buenos Aires – Europe’s longest shopping street with the highest concentration of clothing stores. A sure fire guarantee that you’ll shop till you drop.


BUDAPEST – for the mum who likes a pamper

The Hungarian capital is brimming with thermal baths, and spas, offering a wide range of pampering opportunities such as mud therapy, massage, facials, and salt cave experiences. Top places to go are:

  • Rudas Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool – A glorious historical building where you can get the most authentic hammam experience. There are 6 baths, all of a different temperature, a steam chamber and a Finnish sauna. Divine!
  • Lukács Bath – An enormous spa space with everything you could wish for under one roof. Outdoor hot pool with mini river, massage services, swimming, and Himalayan salt steam room – all supplied by what is touted to be the best quality thermal spring in the city.
  • Széchenyi Baths – As the largest spa complex in Europe, you know that this place has everything you could possibly want, but one spa in particular comes to attention – the Beer Spa! Here you can soak in the mineral-rich thermal water but blended with natural extracts used to brew beer. While the spa lists many benefits to this spa, the fact it has beer on tap within reach of the tub is a winner.


ICELAND – for the mum who likes an adventure

There is just so much for an adrenaline junkie to do in Iceland! Here are some top activities and where you’ll find them:

  • Ice Climbing – Sólheimajökull in South Iceland.
  • Ice Caving – one of the most popular places to explore is on a glacier hike near Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe.
  • Skiing and Snowboarding – Head to Akureyri, Hlíðarfjall, these ski resorts are open for more days in the season.
  • Dog Sledding – Locations vary, but most tour pickups are from Reykjavík.
  • Trekking, Hiking and Mountain Biking – All over Iceland taking in beaches, hot springs, mountains and valleys.
  • Snowmobiling – Tours are mostly at the top of glaciers, so expect awesome views too!
  • Scuba Diving – Silfra Fissure, situated in Þingvellir National Park – one of the top 5 diving sites worldwide!
  • White Water Rafting – Hvíta´ river, south Iceland, Jökulsá Austari in the North East, Vestari Jökulsá in the North West.
  • Paragliding – Birds eye view of Reynisfjara black sand beach, Reynisdrangar basalt stacks, ocean waves, lava rock formations, waterfalls… you get the picture!

Don’t forget your travel insurance! We cover a huge range of activities and sports as standard, and even more can be added to your policy if you need!


Wanderlust Christmas Wish List 2018

Looking for a gift to give a frequent traveller? Look no further than this compilation of great gifts for all budgets!

Something indulgent – Dry Eye Concealer

A vegan friendly concealer pen to conceal and brighten dry skin around your eyes – perfect for tired eyes during or after a plane journey. Contains a natural vine extract for calming down dry and irritated skin. Costs £11.95 (4.5ml). Available from or call: 01794 527433.

Something practical – TrackR

Every traveller dreads the sinking feeling that comes when their bag fails to appear on the conveyer belt.  Avoid it by attaching a TrackR to your luggage. It tracks the location of your belongings using the TrackR app on your smartphone, and if your bags went to a different place on the planet – don’t worry…TrackR’s Crowd Locate network will show you its last location on a map. Over 2 million items a day are found with Crowd Locate! They retail for £24.99 from Argos.

Something unusual – Mecolife Tote

Engineered from silicone, this is a real ‘bag for life’ perfect for travelling. Why? Well, it is waterproof so it is perfect on the beach and by the pool and it can be folded up easily into a suitcase but won’t look crumpled when you unpack. The bags are £64 including shipping in the UK and they can be purchased via

Something sensational – Shark Snorkeling

Blue planet II has spurred an interest in bucket-list style underwater Christmas gift experiences. SEA LIFE Blackpool is offering just the thing for adventurers in between adventures… snorkeling with sharks! Special shark experiences at SEA LIFE Blackpool can be booked online at from £50 per person.

Something useful – Perstel DR701C DAB+ Travel Radio

The DR-701C is a future-proof portable travel radio because it has DAB +, used throughout Europe and now in the UK by new radio stations. This means it will pick up local stations broadcasting wherever you go on holiday in Europe. £14.95 from

Give the gift of peace of mind! If you know someone who is a frequent traveller, get them travel insurance they can trust from Give our sales team a call on UK(+44) 01892 833338, or go online to get a quote.

The Most Affordable Shopping Cities For UK Travellers

Enjoy a bit of retail therapy on holiday? This infographic shows the best places to go – where cheap travel could leave plenty of cash free for a spending-spree!

And don’t forget… if you savour the joys of being a shopaholic on foreign shores, make sure your Travel Insurance has you covered for lost or stolen luggage!

See infographic here
(via Marbles).

Gifts For Globetrotting Mums on Mothers Day

If you have a mother who enjoys short city breaks, likes spending a well-earned week on a yoga retreat, or is on the fly all the time with work – give her a gift she’ll really love this mothers day…

Oversized Travel Wrap, £59 at Tolly McRae

A pashmina is the sarong’s rich relative, and the perfect present for Mother’s Day. This one by Tolly McRae is woven from fine merino wool and will make a cosy cover-up on the plane, or beach, and work just as well dressing up eveningwear.

Sleep Mask, £22 at In Spaces

The key to looking glam, is feeling well rested. Thankfully these handmade sleep masks designed by Laura Nicholson will make your mum feel glam while she is wearing them too. Delightful delicate Asian-inspired designs finished with satin bows are just too cute for home, they deserve to be seen by fellow travellers!

Adventure Luggage Tag, £6 at The Contemporary Home

Cutesy, quirky, and another way to make sure luggage stands out in a crowd. Globetrotting mums will love these luggage tags, and at this price, you’ll be able to get a bunch of flowers too –or matching luggage in the range!


Paper Plane Wash Bag, £17.99 at Totally Funky

Any jet-setting mum worth her passport has a soft spot for Paper Plane, which is why we think this parcel-inspired wash bag will go down a treat on Mothers Day.

Wooden Bead Wristband Headphones, £29.99 at Cuckooland

Your mum will love you forever for this one! It is super-stylish, super-space saving, and she’ll never have to rummage through her luggage to find headphones again! The Wooden Bead Wristband by Wraps combines headphones with microphone and is designed to be worn as a bracelet when not in use. Genius!

Six of the Most Stylish Suitcases and Holdalls For 2016

If you and your family like to travel in style, then you’ll love our selection of suitcases and holdalls that are trending in the Spring Summer season 2016!

For Him…

Ted Baker – Falconwood 4 Wheel Suitcase

Most stylish suitcases 2016 Ted Baker - Falconwood

£199.00 from Amara

Super strong, ultra lightweight, and finished in superb style. This suitcase has Business Class written all over it, perfect for long-haul networking. Bonus points go to the 360 degree trolley wheels, they guarantee transporting your luggage will be effortless, even if your meeting isn’t! 

Dune – Philip Holdall

Most Stylish Holdalls 2016  Dune Mens - Philip

£65 from Dune London

A roomy and stylish weekend bag, which won’t break the bank. It’s big enough to pack your weekend wardrobe and your badminton gear too. Plus it doubles up as a fabulous everyday gym bag when you aren’t jetting off on a mini break!

For Her….

Tripp Tulip Navy and Teal Suitcase and Holdall

Best suitcases 2016 Tripp Tulip

£49 and £29 from Debenhams

Lightweight and easy to spot on the airport luggage belt. Tripp suitcases come in a range of patterns and plenty of sizes to suit the length of your stay (or the size of your wardrobe) and there are a variety of matching holdalls to choose from too. 

Sophie Allport Hare Weekend Stamford Bag

Best holdalls of 2016 Sophie Allport Hare Weekend Stamford Bag

£48 from

Understated style combined with practicality. We love this weekend bag for its soft oilcloth finish, and the studs on the base that will keep it looking smarter for longer. The size makes it perfect for a night or two away, especially if you only want to take hand luggage on a flight.

For the Teens…

Tripp Lemon, Watermelon & Lime Suitcases

Best suitcases 2016 - Tripp

£69 at Debenhams

These bright tones are bang on trend, and look funky enough to be loved by teenagers in the family! Add a few stickers, and maybe a bit of sharpie art and these plain cases would be transformed into coveted customised cases.

For the Kids…

Becky & Lolo Kids’ Rolling Luggage – Pirates

Best suitcases 2016 Becky & Lolo Kids' Rolling Luggage- Pirates

£35.99 from

This teeny suitcase is too cute not to take on holiday if you’ve got little ones. Wheels and telescopic handle make it easy to pull, and there is a mesh pocket for storing a drink. Suitable for children age 3 and over. 

Christmas Gift Guide – Top 10 Travel Gifts For Xmas 2015

Set Of Three Adventure Travel Bags-£17.001. Set Of Three Adventure Travel Bags. Emblazoned with inspiring travel quotes these bring a certain sense of adventure to even the most mundane of trips – ideal for the business traveller in your life? £17.00 by The Contemporary Home at

Handpresso Wild Travel Case (with Handpresso Coffee Maker and Cup)

2. Handpresso Wild. When combined with a Handpresso coffee maker and cup, the Handpresso Wild Travel Case is a high-end gift for high-flying globetrotters who know their beans from their standard brews. £17.66 for the case, £85.65 for coffee maker at


luckies_Undercover Tablet Sleeve

3. Undercover Tablet Sleeve. This is the perfect present for a traveller who is going places where you can’t be seen to flash your cash. Disguised as a simple brown envelope, no one will be aware of the tablet safe inside. Writable, water and tear proof. £14.95 at


cuckooland_Orla Kiely Oval Flower Wash Bag

4. Orla Kiely Oval Flower Wash Bag. Iconic, and totally practical – a rare combination in luxurious goods. With three handy mesh compartments and a hanging hook, this is a mobile beauty salon in a bag! £34.00 at


 5. Lulu Mayan Round Beach Towel. This quirky addition to the beach bag will suit a Boho babe who likes to stand out on the beach. Made from super soft cotton, with hand drawn tribal design, it doubles up perfectly as a wrap too.£55.00 at


Batman Travel Mug

6. Batman Travel Mug. The coolest way to keep a drink hot while you are on the go. Ideal for the demure traveller who may well be a caped crusader by night! £9.95 at


cuckooland_cork globe

7.Cork Globe. As far as novelty gifts go, this one is pretty cool. We’d advise getting more pins in another colour so your recipient can tag where they want to go, and have fun swapping pins and seeing their travel dreams come true! £99.95 by Suck UK at


cuckooland_Helsinki Wireless Speaker


 8. Helsinki Wireless Speaker. Destined for only the poshest of travel luggage, this portable wireless speaker is the very essence of sophistication and style. The gift of the season for anyone who frequents Six Star luxury hotels and super yachts. £299.00 at


luckies_Luggage Labels Stickers

 9. Luggage Labels Stickers. These stickers are so retro it hurts. Slap ‘em on a Cambridge Satchel, or an old vintage suitcase to get “the look”. Ideal if you have a shoestring budget this Christmas. £11.50 at


whitestuff_rolling stone water bottle

10. Rolling Stones Water Bottle. The top gift for the wandering star in your life – we can only hope that they come home over the festive period so you can give them this super-cool gift! £22.50 at

10 of the Best Xmas Gifts for Globetrotters

Know someone who spends more time traveling than they do enjoying a hot dinner in the comfort of their own home? Well, check out this little list, jam-packed with great gift ideas for those who like to travel!

Recycled Sailcloth Luggage Tags

Anyone who is a frequent flyer will appreciate these humorous luggage tags made from upcycled, genuine Round The World racing yacht sail!  By The Reefer Sail Company £25 at

Sshhh Earplugs

Sleep anywhere in style, and total peace and quiet with these beautifully designed ear-plugs. Available for £6.99 at

Go Travel 407 Worldwide Earthed Adapter

This clever little contraption connects travellers to power supplies in 150 countries worldwide, and it even has a hidden kitchen sink! (only joking). Buy online for £34.99 at

Portable Power And Luxury Leather Case Gift Set

Versatile, available in three colour combos, and can be personalised. We love this handy accessory that can hold your passport, carry your coins, and charge you phone or mp3 player! Genius! Made by Stow London and available on for £89.

Multi-Currency Money Box

Any globetrotting friend or family member will be super chuffed with this solution for storing all those left over coins after a trip. It has six compartments and comes with plenty of labels. Just £16.99 at


Panasonic Pocket Sonic Toothbrush

Quiet, battery operated and comes complete with a matching cap for hygienic storage on the go, perfect for short trips or long haul holidays! Order online from, £41.

 Mulberry Clipper Natural Leather Travel Bag

A classic designer travel bag that will stand the test of time both in style and in wear – perfect for that very special jet-setting someone. Price Tag: £1,350 from

Trunki Children’s Ride-On Suitcase

Parents of travelling toddlers will very much appreciate it if their little bundle of joy got one of these for Christmas, and you can bet your bottom dollar the kids will love it too. Fun, practical and comes with a ‘fully loaded’ option! From 39.99 at

 Liberty Print Eye Masks

This eye mask is the epitome of luxury travel accessories. Soft velvet cotton backing = supreme comfort and the pinch of dried lavender inside will help to soothe tired eyes. Also available in executive pinstripe! Beautifully gift-boxed, £45 from

 First Class Cashmere Travel Pillow

100% velour finish Scottish cashmere covers make these travel pillows among the most luxurious on the market, and the unique design makes them reportedly the most versatile and comfy too. Order direct from for £89.95.

 Want to give a practical gift? How about Travel insurance? Our winter sports travel insurance is an ideal purchase for friends or family that like to take to the piste at this time of year!

10 Ways To Slim Down Your Suitcase (what not to pack for girls)

Girls, it is time to lose some weight before holiday, and we don’t mean getting trim for a bikini body, we mean cutting down on what you cram into your suitcase! Making more room in your suitcase means getting to your destination will be less of a struggle, but it also means you have plenty of room to pack trinkets and treats to bring back after – now if that isn’t an incentive – we don’t know what is!

What Not To Pack

1. Bulky Novels

Books take up loads of room! Instead opt for a Kindle or download the app onto your phone. If you don’t want to swap paper for pixels, then just take one book with you, not a selection!

Kindle Versus Books

Save Precious Suitcase Space and Weight with a Kindle – Image courtesy of

2. Shoes, Shoes and More Shoes!

Difficult we know, because you never know what you might want to wear! Let’s be honest for a moment though, you are probably going to spend the whole holiday in just 3 pairs: ones to suit the weather – flip flops if it’s a hot destination, warm boots if it’s not, a comfy all-purpose pair – usually a pair of trainers, and one dressy pair – a pair of heels that go with just about any outfit.

Travel Smartly with Just Three Pairs of Shoes

Pack Smartly with this Simple Shoe Guide, courtesy of

3. Clothes You’ve Never Worn Before

These are likely to cause overpacking because you just won’t be sure what really goes with anything, so you’ll pack EVERYTHING! Take tried and trusted clothes combos, and if you have done a pre-holiday shopping spree, make sure you only take what you have tried on and liked!

4. More Than 3 of the Same Thing (not including undies!)

Even then, it depends what it is. Three hoodies might be excessive, as may three pairs of jeans. But three dresses, three strappy vests, three skirts, three pairs of shorts and three t-shirts or tops should offer sufficient variation throughout your holiday. Along with three choices of swimsuit. Note that we have already included three pairs of shoes, and this is based on a two week holiday not a weekend break!

Packing a Capsule Awrdrobe

Take tips from this smart traveller with a coordinated, streamlined capsule wardrobe! Umage Courtesy of

5. Fluffy Bath Towels

They are big, they are bulky and they take time to dry. Invest in a travel towel, or a thinner beach towel. These will take up less space in your suitcase and will be easier to keep clean and dry while on holiday.

Travel Towel v.s. Normal Towel

Investing in a good quality travel towel can save so much space and weight – image courtesy of

6. Phrase Books

They say there is an app for everything, and that includes phrase finders and translators. Make sure you download before you go away and ensure the offline feature is on so you don’t rack up excessive data charges.

DuoLingo Travel Phrasebook App

Duolingo is rated by many travel experts – image courtesy of

7. Travel Iron

To avoid looking like a vagrant, choose clothes that won’t, or are less likely to crease and learn a good folding technique. Rolling clothes is actually space saving, and it causes less creases than folding!

8. Expensive Jewellery

Take a couple of key sparkles, but leave the heirlooms at home. Expensive jewellery collections do indeed take up space in your luggage, but they also make you a more attractive target to opportunistic thieves.

9. The Contents Of Your Bathroom Cabinet

Painkillers, a small first aid kit and contraceptives should be all you need. Leave behind toenail clippers, hard skin removers, facemasks, buffers, brushes, and all the other things that occupy your bathroom. If you really need any of them, there is bound to be a chemist nearby.

10. Your Entire Beauty Regime

Out of everything in your makeup bag, you probably only use 10% of your products. Take key items, and consider decanting into smaller pots to keep down the luggage space. Take travel size shampoo and conditioner, or if you are travelling with friends or family, get one person to take shampoo and conditioner while you pack the sun cream and aloe vera.

Packing Toiletries Smartly

Keep things simple and compact by taking just your everyday essentials. Image courtesy of

Other than packing your cases for you, we’re not sure how much more helpful we could be when it comes to packing smartly!

Don’t forget we offer travel insurance which is one holiday essential you do not want to leave behind!  Get a quick quote online or call us on 01892 628530.

30 Ways To Use A Sarong – Essential Advice For Travellers

About to jet off on holiday? Never mind packing your toothbrush, just don’t forget your sarong!

A sarong is undoubtedly the most versatile piece of holiday kit going…  Here are some traditional and creative ways you can put yours to good use on holiday, along with some more unusual applications in the event of an emergency!

OK, so the obvious ones first:

    1. Tie round the waist for a beach skirt
    2. Wrap around the waist for a long skirt
    3. Fold in half and wrap around the waist for a short skirt
    4. Tie at the top of your chest for a simple beach dress
    5. Or over one shoulder and around your waist as a toga style dress
    6. Wear as trousers,no pins needed and takes less than a minute
Check out this awesome video from Friendships with Benefits YouTube channel:

  1. Keep warm by wearing a sarong as a scarf
  2. Or as a shawl
  3. As a blanket it can keep chills away too
  4. Worn as a headscarf is a fashion statement
  5. Wear as a kiffiyeah to keep dust out of your face
  6. To use as a bag simply wrap your things in the sarong, and tie the two ends together
30 Ways to Use a Sarong, as a headscarf

A stunning boho fashion statement, image courtesy of

Now some innovative ideas you may or may not have tried before:

  1. A sarong is a perfect beach mat
  2. Ideal as a picnic blanket
  3. Works well as a lightweight towel
  4. Use as a curtains to cut out the light
  5. Or keep out light by making an eye mask, just wrap the sarong around the top of your head and over your eyes
  6. Sarongs are also great when made into a papoose for carrying small children
  7. Some people fashion them into a hammock for their babies
30 Ways to Use a Sarong, Curtains

Perfect to brighten up a bedroom – courtesy of

Next up, the sarong as a lifesaver!
  1. Use as an emergency bed sheet if your hostel mattress is a bit grim
  2. Sarongs are pretty good as a tourniquet in case of an emergency
  3. They make a great sling in an emergency too
  4. Also perfect as a bandage until you get medical help
  5. Sarongs can be used as emergency rope if needed
  6. As an emergency sail on a boat
  7. You can catch food when used as a fishing net if needed too
30 Ways to Use a Sarong, as a tourniquent

Great demonstration of improvising with a sarong in an emergency. Image sourced from

Did you know that a sarong has culinary uses too?

  1. Sarongs can be used as a colander
  2. Use as a coffee strainer when filters are nowhere to be found
  3. Wear it as an apron while cooking
  4. Or use as a tablecloth as a treat while on the road
30 Ways to Use a Sarong, as a tablecloth

The perfect stand in for a tablecloth, image courtesy of

We don’t sell sarongs, but we do provide comprehensive travel insurance, essential for all holiday emergencies that sarongs just can’t fix. Get in touch with us today to get a quote!

Top 10 Toys To Make Travelling With Children Easy!

Taking children on holiday, especially if traveling on a long haul flight, can be a testing experience for even the most patient parent and seasoned traveller. Last week we shared our top tips for travelling with children on an aeroplane – this week, we tell you the 10 best toys to take to keep them entertained!

1 Trunki

Trunki is a must if you are expecting to be in long queues, or waiting a while in an airport. It is a handy suitcase that doubles up as a ride-on toy, exciting in itself, but also ideal for packing in all the other things in our top 10 list! They retail for around £40 and come in loads of great designs (some cheaper than others). You can buy them (and some other cool travel stuff for kids) on the Trunki website:













2 Stickers

Simple, small, and cost effective entertainment. Sticker packs combined with a scrapbook are an ideal way to spur a child’s imagination, and keep them amused through play. Get creative and inventive with them too, maybe encouraging kids to decorate a finished water bottle as well as create make pictures in a book. Galt do a great travel themed sticker book, complete with 300 stickers, all yours on Amazon for under a fiver!

Galt Travel Sticker Book For Kids












3 Story Cubes

Rory’s Story Cubes are a fantastic way to create an epic story – who knows, one that might even last the length of a long haul flight! Simply roll the dice and weave a tale inspired by the pictures on the dice. You can pick up the starter set for just £9.99, and there are additional sets you can add to the mix too, excellent if you have lots of trips planned! Buy online at:

4 Travel Games

Travel games are great because they are small, light and easy on the pocket. Classics such as Guess Who? Pop Up Pirate and Connect 4 are available for about £5 each on Amazon.

5 Card Games

The original travel game? Maybe! Our favourites include classics such as the Snap, Old Maid, and Donkey card game compendium  as well as newer cards games like Uno, and of course Top Trumps! From just £3, you really can’t go wrong with this compact travel classic!

Card Games












6 Colouring Pens

Pens, pencils and a note book. Essential items for endless ways of having fun. Draw a picture, play noughts and crosses, create a guess the picture game, play hangman. It may be a cliché, but the only limit is your imagination. Why not get extra crafty and break out a few origami moves with some pages. You can always take things a little further with this dedicated origami farm book!  Just under £25 from Hobbycraft.

7 iPad or Tablet

Ok, not a cheapie here, but chances are you have a tablet, iPod or smart phone to which you can download videos, games and apps. There are obviously kerbillions of kids’ favourites out there, but we think that The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ & Friends – Play & Explore app is too cute to not get, and it is only £2.49 to download.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar App

Quick note about aeroplane etiquette…

Please offer your child headphones, or turn the sound off. If there is anything worse than the noise a toddler having a tantrum makes, it is the repetitive sounds of an electronic game!

8 LeapFrog LeapPad

If you are reluctant to give a tantrumming toddler your very expensive mobile device, then a dedicated kiddie gadget is the perfect solution. LeapFrog are well established as a brand that produces gadgets that meet the rough and tumble of feisty children, and the games are specifically designed to entertain and educate – not just deliver a five minute distraction. A bit of a hefty investment at around £50, but it has plenty of life in it outside of travelling as well. Buy online from leapfrog 

Leappad Ultra












9 Good old-fashioned books

While iPads, iPods and mobile devices may woo the young traveller, you can’t beat a good old-fashioned children’s book. Obviously, pack a favourite, but also take along a couple of new treats. You’ll get more time to relax if the little ones are engrossed in something new! Why not try Where’s Wally – The Ultimate Travel Collection? It is sure to take up some journey time!

10 I Spy With My Little Eye… Games that need no supplies!

It’s free, it’s fun and it can take a while. As well as I Spy, you can chuck in the Shopping List Game (I went to the shop and bought a….), ABC Game – take it in turns to name something from a theme (food, dogs, names) to match the letter of the alphabet (Apple, Banana, Carrot…), Would You Rather…? Ask questions that will elicit a laugh such as “Would you rather cuddle a slug or a snail?”. Games that need no supplies are obviously cheap, and take up no room when it comes to packing. However, a mere £3.84 on the book, Kids Games To Play While Travelling  will fuel many hours of fun wherever you are in the world!